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    Default HP Pavilion Slimline s3160.nl , no network dev

    HP Pavilion Slimline s3160.nl , all runs fine from livecd , installs whitout problems.

    only network hardware not detected , no wired nor wireless interfaces...

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    also the / partition never unmounts properly so fsck is run every boot.

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    ok , afther a long long wait at the hp customer service chat I finally think i found out what network card my computer is using.

    or yeah , what brand and type.... for they told me i only have wireless interface but i'm quite sure i've connected it tru the wired interface but they could at least giv me a brand name...

    It would be a Gemtek 802.11 b/g with both a wired and a wireless interface.

    I tried installing the drivers myself but they won't compile for it says there is no kernel source present...

    Hope they will be in the next bt3 update

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    Quote Originally Posted by socialdefect View Post

    I tried installing the drivers myself but they won't compile for it says there is no kernel source present...

    Hope they will be in the next bt3 update

    LOL


    Wanna fix your issues?? Download this>>

    Code:
    http://www.offensive-security.com/modules/kernel.lzm
    Its the bt3 kernel sources.

    Now put that file in your /root or "Home" directory, and run the following command.>>>

    lzm2dir kernel.lzm /

    thats it. You have just successfully installed your BT3 Kernel sources. See that wasn't so hard now was it??

    Now, reinstall your wireless cards Linux driver, and I bet you you won't get that error again

    Enjoy your now working wireless interface.
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    thats it. You have just successfully installed your BT3 Kernel sources. See that wasn't so hard now was it??

    Now, reinstall your wireless cards Linux driver, and I bet you you won't get that error again

    Enjoy your now working wireless interface.
    I know , just didnt really try , I'm a spoiled ubuntu baby and have something against installing drivers for it always works out bad for me.....

    But thanx for the info , I'll try it out first thing in the morning....

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