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    is it possible to install debian packeges in backtrack i mean like knetworkmanager its a .deb file

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    For debian packages you may want to investigate the command deb2tgz
    I am pretty sure that command is included, although I have never needed to use it.

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    the reason is in ubuntu everytime i try and configure my wireless card in command line to connect to internet it doesnt work but when i go to knetworkmanager it works and in backtrack v2 if i try and configure my card it doesnt work even with the wifi manager so i thought i could install knetworkmanager and get my WG111v2 to connect to the net

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    One slice of google 'fu and I found what you need. Please take the remote exploit forums google 'fu class next time.

    http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show...?content=46395

    This is the source download. Make sure you fulfill the dependencies for this because it is only a front end for network manager.

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    yeah ive downloaded that and it never works cuz i need dependencies and i cant get them cuz im not connect to the internet on backtrack so i either have to log into windows or xubuntu

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    So use another OS and download the dependents and then put them on your backtrack OS.

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    or wlassistant 0.5.7 works well

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    Quote Originally Posted by purehate View Post
    So use another OS and download the dependents and then put them on your backtrack OS.
    if i only knew, thanks anyways ppl ill stick with kubuntu ubuntu xubuntu or until i buy a new wireless card

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