i use fedora11 and try to use wireless i find driver for chip Realtek RTL8187 but want to know command to install it. i save folder of driver on desktop in folder name rtl8187_linux_26.1010.0622.2006has like this
i am newbie to backtrack.i have backtrac3 and it is not detecting my wireless usb. i have tplink TPLINK TL-WN722N I want to install its drive on back track.plz help me by answering with full tutorial plz i really need help.or you can send me tutorial to my email id.
I wonder if there is anyone who could install the Wireless card drivers in Backtrack 3? and post where i can download it later?My Wireless card:Intel Wifi Link 5100 AGN( I found a post but i dont understand it and im new whit linux HERE )
my mate "polish dave" came round and hooked his laptop to my network 02wireless with WEP enc, using backtrack he had my password within 15mins.. now i want to copy him and see just how easy it is my 'acer aspire one' comes with a built in atheros ar5b95 wireless (useless) that i cant get backtrack to find.. i bought a tplink usb and now i cant get that to show up either.
I have Ubuntu 9.10 and I am trying to get my ALFA network adapter to work. It shows a few wireless locations including my brother who lives beside me. He is going to let me use his internet on my laptop. His connection is opened and I can connect to it fine... but no sites load... I've tried about 4 other open networks that I picked up and the same thing... it sometimes loads the first page but then thats it... This is suppose to be the best network adapter on the market for under $100. I have a 5dBi ant and a 2.4ghz 6dBi ant.
Oh yea, I've tired this on two other ubuntu 9.10 desktops and 1 laptop and get the same thing... I am however able to connect to my wireless router and browser the internet... but I will not have internet much longer
I have a Alfa AWUS036NH that I have downloaded the lastest drivers from Alfa. I have read for 3 days straight and tryed so many fixes I cant remember them all. My problem is that it connects then after about 15 minutes the connection degrades and i have to unplug and replug in and then it goes down sooner each time. I have edited the black list and blacklisted all the 2870 chipsets as mine has 3070 chipset. once i edited the blacklist I can no longer boot into linux unless I unplug my Alfa (usb) and then once I am into the UI I can plug it back in but the wirless management client up by the top right of my screen that came with ubuntu no longer sees the card and when I do the show devices command from a terminal it doesn't show the adapter either. I also have a wired eth0 that works and a wireless wlan0 thats an internal Aethros that works. After blacklisting though it no longer shows it's name in the wireless manager but does show the connections. I am getting errors when trying to compile the manufactors drivers. I have renamed the 2 files as per several posts and still errors. I have read it works if you load the intel 2200 drivers. I got the compiler and everything but am missing the ieee80211 wireless what evers to compile and make it work. I am at wits end at what to do now to fix it.
I work for a firm of solicitors as the IT guy and I have been asked to assess the security of our network. I have recently bought an ALFA AWUS036H USB wireless adapter to help test the wireless networks. We have a few old devices that only run WEP, which I know from the start is bad. I'm trying to use the adapter with aircack. I issue the command:
Now I set the adapter to channel 11 using airmon but running iwlist mon0 channel says the adapter is not running on any channel at all. Has anyone else experienced simular issues, and if so how was this resolved?
Allright so I installed Ubuntu a week ago, I realized by net is much slower on Ubuntu than on Windows. So I did some Googling and found out I have the wrong drivers.I'm trying to fix it from this link :[URL]When I try to write in Sudo codes into terminal they don't work. They ask for a password, I put mine in and press enter I get the following message :shayan@ubuntu:~$ sudo modprobe rtl8187shayan@ubuntu:~$
Im running Ubuntu 11.04 with alfa awus036nh. I first tried to install drivers from alfa disc for RT3070. Everything seemed to be working but i got the imfamous mon0 channel -1 problem with aireplay-ng. Did some research-downloaded and tried different drivers rt2800 rtl 8170. Bottom line is i dont know what THE F*** im doing. I think i installed three different drivers. Now airodump doesnt show any output. Im going crazy. Is linux designed to make ppl go crazy. Windows is calling me to go back to it. THings shouldnt be this complicated. BTW im on a asus laptop with atheros ar 9285 card in it. a breif explanation of how drivers work in linux . Once again maybe im just putting the cart b4 the horse as im only about 2 weeks fresh into ubuntu.
i have ALFA AWUS036H 500mw wireless card which uses RTL8187L chipset. Ubuntu 9.04 and 9.10 come with preloaded rtl8187 driver but they DO NOT work for internet surfing. However they do work with aircrack suit for injecting etc. Specific problem is: They only work with really close ranged AP, anything far and you will have random disconnects or inability to connect. So basically its unstable compared to patched driver.
To get this alfa card working for internet access, the only way currently is to use any LInux distro with Kernel 2.6.30 and lower. Starting from Kernel 2.6.31 they have made some changes to net api structure which wont let you patch the driver with the patch available at aircrack website which is normally used to make this driver suitable for internet browsing. Refer to this thread for more info: [URL]... I am currently using backtrack 4 pre final but i was going to install kubuntu 9.04 till i recieved an email from realtek with a new driver that compiles in kernel 2.6.31. I tested it on Kubuntu 9.10 and it compiled fine but i could not make it run. Under NetworkManagement for Kubutnu, the problem is that it keeps asking for WEP key and gives me the message 'wlan4 failed to connect' instantly after i enter the key, so its possible that its not compatible with NetworkManagement. I havent tried it with wicd yet, it may work........
I have Ubuntu 10.04 (32 bits) and a wireless usb adaptor Alfa Network AWUS036H with Chipset Realtek 8187L. After a few minutes connected, the adaptor disconnects and I can't reconnect again. I search this forum but I'm not sure about what to do. Do I need to get and install another driver? I need to use the windows driver?
I was playing around with Aircrack the other night, and trying to utilise the patches that would allow packet injection, but it wasn't working for me, so I rebooted. After that, though, my wireless card seems to have gone completely haywire. It doesn't show up at all in iwconfig. Before, I had 4 entries: lo, eth0, irda0, and eth1, which was the wireless. Now, only the first three show up. This is what it comes up as under lspci:
Code: 04:00.0 Network controller: Broadcom Corporation BCM4311 802.11b/g WLAN (rev 01) I've tried a number of solutions I've found online, including doing a cold boot, reinstalling the driver (Broadcom STA) and starting up from a cold boot, and am now trying this approach. Nothing has worked, so far. I'm getting really desperate. I need my wireless working for university, which starts shortly, and I might even switch back to Windoze if there's no feasible solution.
I am using Ubuntu 10.04 64-bit and I purchased a new ALFA AWUS036H wireless card. I would like to know if this "1Watt" wireless card is configured for full power. iwlist wlan0 txpower results:
wlan0 unknown transmit-power information. Current Tx-Power=27 dBm (501 mW). It appears to me that I should be able to increase the power. "iwpriv wlan0 highpower 1" does not work. Do I need to patch the new default driver that comes with Ubuntu 10.04 64-bit with the aircrack one following these directions:[URL]...? Monitor mode and a injection tests seem to work fine with the driver I have installed.
cc -pipe -Wall -DOPENSSL -O2 -g3 -ggdb -c -o md5.o md5.c md5.c:20:25: error: openssl/md5.h: No such file or directory md5.c: In function md5_mac: md5.c:28: error: MD5_CTX undeclared (first use in this function) md5.c:28: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once md5.c:28: error: for each function it appears in.)
Running Ubuntu 9.10 (i386) with latest patches from update manager. If I try using the 4.2 archive I get the same result.
I have similar problems with aircrack-ng suite, but I'll leave that until later!
I have installed backtrack 3 on vmware workstation. I would like to install a TP-link TL-WN650G wireless card(atheros based - AR5005GS) onBacktrack because that it supports packet injection. Backtrack doesn't automatically recognize the device so I need to install the driver, I have done some research and found I needed to install the driver 'madwifi-old'(ieee80211 version) from here..http://aircrack-ng.org/doku.php?id=madwifihttp://madwifi-project.org/However I have no idea how to install them from inside backtrack, so if someone knows please let me know.
I have a Toshiba Satellite L305-SP6944C, Pentium Dual Core 2.16, 2GB RAM, 160GB hard drive, DVD-RAM UJ880AS, display 15.6 TFT widescreen, ethernet Realtek RTL8101E/RTL8102E PCI Express, WLAN Realtek RLT8187, Opensuse 11.2 and KDE 4.3.1. Installation was OK and finally the wireless card is working... but I don't have conectivity bacause in the browser (Firefox) appears a message saying "the server can't be found"
I follow the howto write by Swerdna. With ndiswrapper I install the XP driver for RLT8187, KnetworkManager is in charge of connections showing both eth0 and wlan0, the wireless sign of router Dlink DIR-280 is OK, in the dialog box of network connection I put the mac address of the wlan card but I think that is not the problem.
Other thing that I missed is that I don't find boot.ini at any directory to add modprobe ndiswrapper in the boot sequence, in etc/init.d/ appears a "boot" file, is this file that I have to change to modprobe ndiswrapper??
I've been trying to get online for the better part of a week now with no luck. I can't get my network up to download drivers for my hardware - without the drivers I have no GUI so I'm stuck trying to do this in text mode.
I've installed Ubuntu Netbook 10.04 on my HP DV2000 laptop and now I want to get my wireless to work by installing the proprietary broadcom drivers (4311, I think). But my internet doesn't work yet obviously, so I need to download the drivers to my thumb drive on my desktop and install them on my non-networked laptop.My issue is that I don't know:a) Where to get the driversb) How to install them from a local drive
Intel wifi link 5100 not found on sony vaio backtrack 4 vmware I use vmware to load backtrack I have a sony vaio with 5100 AGN wifi card installed in it. I had tried anything to make my wifi work but always show no interface no wireless. I googled it for help for weeks and all i get was download the iwlwifi things and i already installed in it. i even tried many other thing
and everytime i type ifconfig it just show eth and lo and no wlan0 in it everytime i type airmon-ng there are no chipset interface and ...........thing (forgot) I could find my wireless card name when i type ilg... something i forgot The problem is,i think my linux doesn't reconize the card even i have installed the driver Anything that i can do to make my linux reconize wifi link 5100 agn wireless card?
I have Backtrack4 installed as a dual boot with Vista in my Acer Aspire 5315 laptop. I can connect to my access point with my inbuilt wireless Atheros AR5007EG wireless adapter by starting services/network and WICD. The problem I have is connecting my Alfa network RTL8187 wireless through WICD or wireless assistant. My Alfa network adapter works fine as I have used it with Aircrack-ng in BT4.
I'm having issues with my AWUS036NEH USB Wireless Adapter in Backtrack 4 R2. I am running Backtrack 4 R2 through VMware Player and have downloaded the "BackTrack 4 R2 Release VMware Image" from the Downloads page on backtrack-linux.org and it is up and running no problem. The problem is that when I plug the usb adapter in WICD network manager will not find any Wireless Networks in the area and airodump-ng is not finding anything either, it just keeps scanning channels and will not display any bssid's. I am in a college dorm and there are 20+ b/g/n networks around me but none are being recognized by my card.
I have seen alot of postings about the AWUS036NH and other cards but nothing specific to the "NEH" which is kind of frustrating. "find patch | kmod_rt3070 (alfa AWUS036NEH 1000mW) wifi adapter" is one such post that got taken over by an "NH" solution. My adapter's Chipset comes up as "Ralink RT2870/3070" and Driver as "rt2800usb - [phy0]" showing up in airmon-ng (interface wlan0)
Works fine in Windows 7 on this PC. It's a 2 week old Dell Studio 1749, with no after market software installed aside from Ubuntu (as a secondary OS). When I plug the USB adapter in, the computer locks up. Only while in Ubuntu though. Not sure what the deal is. Chipset is RealTek RTL8187. The adapter is new, fresh out of the box.
I need to build a new kernel. I was directed toI tried following the instructions but I think I may have ended up with way more than I wanted. After just over 3 hours the build exhausted the 5.2GB I had available and fell over. The .config file used was nearly twice the size of the one I supplied. Why was it changed?I don't need an rpm.Are the patches supplied with the 2.6.38 sources required or nice to have?
Is there a way to reset the yum database so that it can go and re-apply the patches that have already been installed?
I have a Fedora 12 with the latest patches, and I managed to screw up some files or delete some files to the point where all I have now is the Fedora splash screen when I reboot.
I can get to single-user mode, and the thinking is that if I can get yum to ignore the latest patches that are already installed and pull down and re-install the latest patches, then whatever files that are corrupt or missing will be put back.