Backtrack 4 wireless
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 24, 2010
Hello all. I love testing different distros and very seldom do I encounter a problem that I have not been able to solve.
I have just installed Backtrack 4 F on a USB key. I love it. I now want to dual boot it with 10.04. No problems there. The only problem I am having is my lack of understanding the KDE. While running BT4 live off the USB, I am unable to connect to my wireless n/work. The facility does not *seem* to be provided.
Any clues that may point me in the right direction are sincerely appreciated in advance.
Many thanks. Dudley.
Problem with my wireless card on BackTrack 4 Final on VMware
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 14, 2010
hello, im new in linux i have a virtual backtrack 4 on vmware but, it doesn't recognize my wireless card, i dont know if is a problem of the VMware cause i have a Virtual Ubuntu also and the wireless card works fine
i have a intel wireless wifi link 4965agn
[SOLVED] Enabling Wireless Networking on BackTrack 4 RC2
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 17, 2011
Here is how I successfully enabled wireless networking on BackTrack 4 RC2:
In the Shell Konsole, I ran
BackTrack 4 wireless problem (Intel wifi link 5100 AGN)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 6, 2010
I am not sure if this belongs in this section, but I am a newbie. If it doesnt i apoplogize.
I booted BT4 on my hp pavilion dv5-1160us notebook with intel wifi link 5100.
Now i can only connect to the internet through wired cables. when i go to the wcid manager, it said that no wireless network is found even though there are like 8.
The wlan0 is up already. some people say there is wifi0, where is that??
Anyways, do I need to install a driver or something?
Thx in advance!
sorry for my bad english
backtrack 4 final live cd wont detect my wireless card
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 28, 2011
ok so i have use backtrack before on my dell at work. but a few days ago we got switched to toshiba lap tops.. the one i was given is a toshiba satellite c605-SP4162m that has a realtek intergrated wireless card wich the name of the card is "Realtek RTL8188CE Wireless LAN 802.11n PCI-E NIC" i am kinda poor right now so my landlord is letting use his wifi until i get on my feet again problem is he changed his pass and now he dont member it (pretty old guy) so he said if i could figure it out i could use it but i ran into this prob...this is the only computer i have and i have look everywere and have found no results.....a little help plz..
i dont want to read and stupid sarcasm if im a noob and dont know anything ok..tnx
Compatibility of backtrack 4 with Vmware to decide for the best wireless usb adapter!
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 28, 2010
I don't know if there's a way someone can provide with info about the compatibility with backtrack 4. I had been researching ending up with the decision of buying a USB wireless adapter to be able to acquire all the capabilities because i'm using Vmware Workstation to open my vmware image.
I will appreciate if someone can provide me the compatibility command to really know which devices are compatibles, so that way i can go further and advance to buy my "Cisco Valet Connector''
Thanks in advanced!!
Specifications : Cisco Valet Connector
Model: Valet Connector (AM10)
Bands: 2.4 GHz
Transmit / receive: 2 x 2
Antennas: 2 Internal
Software setup: Self-installs directly from USB
Support: 24/7 Award-winning Online Support Resources
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Warranty: 1 year hardware limited warranty
OS Compatibility: Windows
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Backtrack Broadcom Wireless, iBus and aptget Problems
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 12, 2012
Hi guys, I'm using Backtrack 5 R3 and I encounter a plenty of problems...
At first, I'm going to install iBus but it's not working, so someone please give a standard installation step...
Second, I'm using Compaq with Broadcom Wireless, but I can't find any connection manager here...
Finally, I just installed the wireless driver using jockey, but it seems something goes wrong and afterward when I'm going to install something with apt-get I get this message :
HELP/ Cannot connect to wireless anymore/ HUGE THANKS...
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 8, 2009
I need help Please. Does anyone know how i can connect to my wireless?
It just stopped working a few days ago,
I have a azus 7" screen it says STATUS Operation Failed.
/sbin/ifup: interface athO already configured..
I have spent many hrs trying to get on the internet..
I am going to Nashville next week, that is why i bought this little computer.
I have a wireless router by LINKSYS. I called them and they do not support LINUX ..I dont know how to put windows xp on as an operating system..
Please if anyone can HELP Me.. Much APPRECIATED...
New Linux user, can not connect to Linksys Wireless router help!
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 23, 2008
I am new to linux, and my wireless connection works everywhere by my home.
I am using OpenGEU and have Linksys WAP54G Access Point.
I can see the network, but i just won't connect.
I can connet fine w/ my wireless at my work.
I ran iwlist and got following:
eth1 Scan completed :
Cell 01 - Address: 00:0F:66:19:38:C5
Frequency:2.437 GHz (Channel 6)
Bit Rates:1MB/s; 2MB/s; 5.5 MB/s; 6MB/s; 9 MB/s
11 MB/s; 12 MB/s; 18 MB/s; 24 MB/s; 36 MB/s
48 MB/s; 54 MB/s
Quality=93/100 Signal level=-37 dBm Noise level=-37 dBm
Extra: Last beacon: 72ms ago
Gentoo Newbie needs help setting up USB wireless...
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 27, 2005
I have been using Fedora Core for a couple of years now and, having treated myself to a whopping 200Gb hard-drive, have decided to continue my Linux exploration by installing Gentoo. I think I am really going to enjoy Gentoo - but I've still got a long way to go...
I have managed to do a complete Stage1 install from a live CD and can now boot into my newly compiled 2.6 kernel. I now need to get the internet working.
I have a Belkin F5d6050u USB network adapter which uses the Atmel chipset. Under Fedora I have this working using the at76c503-rfmd driver which I have also installed in my Gentoo partition. I did not have "wireless-tools" in my portage so I downloaded it (using my Fedora distro) and emerged it.
If I try to do any iwconfig wlan0 stuff I get a "no such device - wlan0" error.
I have looked at the configuration guide and the handbook but am not sure that I have understood them correctly.
When I start the system I get this error:
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