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Thread: Infamous Intel 3945a/b/g card drivers?

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    Nobody@DMZ
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    Question Infamous Intel 3945a/b/g card drivers?

    Firstly I would like to say hello.
    I used to be a member n this forum but I ditched the email after a while.
    So no resetting the password for me

    Anyway onto my question/s

    Yes I have searched rather thoroughly.
    Found several solutions but none worked for me

    I have tried a module provided that automatically included the installation provided by ~operator~.

    I cannot load either IPWRAW or the normal connection drivers via the kde menu.

    They both return these errors.

    Code:
    /bin/sh: ./unload: No such file or directory
    /bin/sh: ./load: No such file or directory
    ERROR: Module ipwraw does not exist in /proc/modules
    That is associated when i try to run the Load IPW 3945/4965 script from the KDE menu.

    Code:
    /bin/sh: ./unload: No such file or directory
    ERROR: Module ipwraw does not exist in /proc/modules
    That is associated with IPWRAW.

    I am running a strange installation.
    It is the BT3 Beta CD Iso.
    With /boot and /BT3 thrown onto a USB and i ran the .sh script and chucked a MBR on the USB.

    I am open to any suggestions.
    I am looking to achieve injection and monitor mode in two different interfaces which i believe is possible.
    I am no linux expert I am only 15.
    But im looking to get this beautiful penetration testing OS portable.

    Any help is much appreciated.
    Regards,
    Nobody

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    This has been covered on the wiki.

  3. #3
    Nobody@DMZ
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    I followed the steps in the wiki and it did not seem to work to me.
    Are you referring to the ones in the HCL wifi card list?
    Cause those are the only ones i could find...

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    No. If you are using bt3 both the illwifi and the ipraw drivers are there however if you are trying to launch them from the kde menu it will fail because the file paths are wrong. The wiki has the kde menu fixes.

    http://backtrack.offensive-security....ing_Menu_Items

    I feeling nice tonite so I will spoonfeed a little. Please search next time.

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    Nobody@DMZ
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    Sorry you shouldnt need to spoonfeed.
    I was palcing it as an actual hardware/driver problem so i didnt look in bugs XD
    kinda stupid now i say it aloud.

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    No problem It is a support form so I try to be supportive but firm.

  7. #7
    Nobody@DMZ
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    I might try and see if i can fix it in the kde menu.

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    Nobody@DMZ
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    lol whoops linux noob moment XD dis regard last post.

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