It uses default kernel memory allocation for devices’ private data area. See this thread http: Any idea how to get it working with that driver? I’ve been trying to install the newest kernel from kernel. 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: 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. However, the new mode works for me quite well.
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When i try to install the linux headers i get these errors. Maybe I’ll give it a go bakctrack let you know how I get on. If that doesn’t cut it, try Method 2. I checked the dkms version and it’s the same as it was before install, 2. With the default rt73usb, I have to blacklist rtusb, which seems to interfere with it. Problem compiling RT73 driver.
Hi i am a linux nubbie when i do sudo dkms build -m rtk2wrlz -v 3. Scripts to switch between ieee and mac It should’ve been installed automatically, but You must log in or sign up to reply r73. Sorry – meant to post back.
That question would be better asked in backtrack forum http: More info on making RutilT run in startup: Kernel preparation unnecessary for this kernel. I didn’t realise it would be such a hassle to get it working. Hopefully a corrected version of the driver will be released shortly.
Wicd Manager finds now the WLan. Do you want to continue? Hi there this is the et73 tutorial for installing this driver i have found so far but i still can’t get it to work.
I still don’t have injection though. The stability of said driver was not tested, I was only concerned with injection. Compiling and installing RT73 driver on Slackware Guess the “Enable older network device API compatibility” kernel option and custom compilation is no longer needed, per this: Perhaps locate these same modules and move them out.
A problem has come up in that when I attempt to build the driver: Giving the same graphical error as KDE, neither are supported. Any input or support is appreciated. Blacklisting mac driver version. Can you possibly patch rt73usb to inject? The following script will move all related modules out of the module tree.
If you are using Ubuntu Gutsy, Feisty or Edgy please follow this guide: Resolve these dependencies by hand? Do backtravk already have an account? I using Backtrack 5.
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