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  1. #21

    Ok but I rather still on backtrack. I have added the entries to the kernel config but what should i do now?

  2. #22
    I have added the entries to the kernel config but what should i do now?
    Reboot. Check your network config and see if the wifi card is detected.
    If not, try building your drivers again.

    Also post your lspci list and any errors you get when building drivers.

  3. #23
    Some additional links for you to read about backtrack and wifi / networking details.

    Wireless Drivers - BackTrack Linux

    Basic Usage - BackTrack Linux

    Hope this helps.

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  5. #24
    This thread from the backtrack forums should be a big help to you.
    It walks you through step by step on what to download and how to configure it.

    http://www.backtrack-linux.org/forum...light=BCM43225

    What a run around.
    Why they couldn't have added this driver and several others into the kernel is anyones guess.
    Probably too busy creating more injection scripts!

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