Blacklisting mac driver version. Additionally, different distributions and even releases within a distribution put the modules in different path locations. Of course dkms needs the kernel headers linux-headers package When I compile my kernels I make them all modules, so one can drop via modprobe , say ath5k, and use madwifi-ng for AirPWN, etc. To be honest I don’t even know if updating the kernel will change it, or if the problem really does have anything to do with the refresh rate. Have you considered the fact that it might be defective?

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As to getting your card going, can you open up a command prompt and type “iwconfig” and tell me what you see. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. I using Backtrack 5.

WiFi/rt73 – Debian Wiki

Done Writing extended state information Failure to do this will mean that the ieee rt73 module described on this rt3 will fail to work properly. Do you want to continue? If you need my help from there, we should probably talk through PM depending on what you’re trying to do.


Any idea how to get it working with that driver? Having said that, it is possible to build the legacy driver covered in this tutorial, version 3. I follow all steps and get stuck at: You can solve them yourself by hand or type ‘n’ to quit. backttack

That’ll save a lot of people who use the generic kernel from having to compile bakctrack kernel just for this: You’re probably running too old of a kernel Log in or Sign up. P Try the following: This eliminates the need to blacklist modules.

However, if I connect wired to the router, then there are no problems. 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.


Again, the bug link: R73, it even happens under windows: Similar Threads – Backtrack Check my post 50 http: Ralink have an RT driver here: Still looking at other options. So I’ve begun my Backtrack 3 adventure legal uses only. Will try to compile my own kernel when I find the time. I take it that’s pretty slow then?!


This page is deprecated, updated documentation can be found here. Method 2 special support: It requires a hard drive installation.

After this I searched the BT support forum for help and found a post advising me to locate something called kernel. I think it is a hardware problem.

Thanks for the help though Funnily enough I’ve had the latest BT3 image sat on my desktop for a while now but I have got around to trying it out yet. A problem has come up in that when I attempt to build the driver: