I installed them and I don’t want them. Or alternatively you could install RutilT sudo apt-get install rutiltAuthor’s site: As long as you don’t get “lo no wireless extensions” then it will be easy. Your name or email address: Any idea how to get it working with that driver?
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Unable build rtko after upgrade to – Page 2
I initially intended to support rt2x00 itself, however due to real life constraints, I backtfack no longer doing much development, only maintenance. This thread is “Patched for Injection etc Feel free to post link to your bug report here afterward.
I using Backtrack 5. Hello, I abcktrack sorry for up this topic but I have the same problem. This thread provides a workaround. A mirror for the above driver can be found here and a home page mirror can be found here.
Also your path may be slightly different from the one below. I downloaded the source backtrac, the linux kernel and after running make menuconfig, I can confirm that: See this thread http: Im having the same build problem of imaginatelo, and i have checked the discussion you stated in https: Try lowering your card rate to 1MB: Made a directory called build in the right location but now when i try make I get a message saying: If you’d like to contribute content, let us know.
I get the same problems with the 75Hz refresh I think. Maybe I’ll give it a go and let you know how I get on.
The bug has been fixed in the package dkms – 2. Please report if any problems occur. Beginning to think that updated on the live USB version is r73. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. 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.
Ralink RT2501USB/RT2571W (RT73) devices
If you have the file rt73usb. Perhaps locate these same modules and move them out. Need to get N00d13sNov 6, Open up a shell and type: This may fail on 64bit platforms according to RaLink.
When I compile my kernels I make them all modules, so one can backrack via modprobesay ath5k, and use madwifi-ng for AirPWN, etc. Failure to do this will mean that the ieee rt73 module described on this page will fail to work properly.
Routing, network cards, OSI, etc. Have you considered the fact that it might be defective?
Ralink have an RT driver here: Visit the following links: I installed them and I don’t want backtrxck. The thing is, that I have made my rt73USB injects in previous versions of ubuntu, but not in newer ones.