I think it is a hardware problem. I get the same problems with the 75Hz refresh I think. Log in or Sign up. I have done a HD installation but I’ve tried this on the live cd aswell with no luck. I have had to use things like udev to rename the devices that contained usb to something else before. Try lowering your card rate to 1MB:
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This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. See this thread http: However, I have found the connection to be very unstable with rt73usb. Bad return status for module build on kernel: I installed them and I don’t want them.
WiFi/rt73 – Debian Wiki
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Building modules, stage 2. Done Writing extended state information For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. Need to get Check my post 50 http: As to getting your card going, can you open up a command prompt and type “iwconfig” and tell me what you see.
Anybody know what happened and how to fix it?
How to install rt73 Drivers on backtrack 3? – rt2x00 Forum Archive
I just have all my drivers madwifi-hal 0. The following packages have unmet dependencies: This hack failed in 2.
Ok, I’ve re-read all the post again and I realized about the missing options on 2. That’s why you needed to install the tool “IW” needed for stacks-mac interface management To understand the differences, see mac versus ieee stacks http: Do you already have an account?
Backtrack 3 with the 7811
You’re probably running too old of a kernel Hi there this is the best tutorial for installing this driver i have found so far but i still can’t get it to work. It should play nicely with the “legacy drivers” from the rt2x00 project http: If you need my help from there, we should probably talk through PM depending on what you’re trying to do. I get the same problems with the 75Hz refresh I think.
However, the new mode works for me quite well. Open up a shell and type: After this I searched the BT support forum for help and found a post advising me to locate something called kernel. Add a profile for it, which should show up in Profiles tab, and choose that to connect to your AP with that profile dont rembember exactly the steps, as I’m not at my laptop right now Screenshots: This page is deprecated, updated documentation can be found here.
Can you copy the code with the changes? All times are GMT They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel vacktrack to try out things on your own. Errors were encountered while processing: You can search the ubuntu forums for the Jaunty 9. In case anyone else wants to remove it: Anything is fair game.