USB3 and graphics in certain scenarios. If it does, the link is provided, so just download and compile it. There’s the “ipwmodules-stock kernel ver” package, which gets you a pre-compiled module binary for your stock kernel and the “ipwsource” package, which you can easily compile by the use of the module-assistant package, no matter if your kernels stock or one of “yours”, but if you have your own kernel then the ipwmodules package won’t work and so the module-assistant way is the only one to do this nicely. A more recent success story is in this thread including detailed steps. Even the stock debian kernels have it enabled, so one doesn’t even need to configure the kernel manually if he doesn’t want to. We will need the latest version of the package, which can be obtained here:
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Select all modprobe iwl before one can actually use the module. And the mac module is needed only by the iwlwifi driver.
Please note that the injection is still under backttrack, but is possible at this point.
I’ve never written a howto before. It will create a mon0 interface suited for injecting after running it this way: Install the ipwsource and module-assistant package. Badktrack is not enough to just change these options in the kernel configuration, as you need these options to be true for the running kernel.
Intel 4965AGN: linux incompatibility.
If you configure the kernel yourself, make sure firmware loading is enabled. Not for support questions! If that’s how it looks, you’re good to go.
From your first post I can deduce that a secondary call to the “make” command would be in order. This will check if your system has everything needed to compile the modules. The fact that one of these options helped doesn’t prove that the issue being troubleshooted is ‘platform noise’, but it may be an indication. There are four repositories that we maintain: You kinda miss out on some of the perks if you stick to i A simple file rename fixes the job and I think it’s a slight bug or typo on the developer’s side.
Intel Wireless WiFi Link AGN – WikiDevi
Also, I have a c2d T, so it’s on the newer Santa Rosa platform. I’ve installed the newest iwlwifi driver on my recompiled 2.
Did you find this information useful? Also note that using 40MHz and not 20MHz channel bandwidth will increase the probability to suffer from platform noise since more frequencies might impact the Wi-Fi performance.
I think it would be even better if you used the older driver, because it’s more stable than iwlwifi, which is still under heavy development. I can see there’s a lot of information out there on compiling kernels and stuff, bacjtrack I’m just having a hard time connecting the dots. Anyone can help please??? Our devices support monitor mode. In order to function correctly the driver requires this to be enabled in your kernel. User Tools Log In.
Some common sources of platform noise might be: If that doesn’t inntel, or you need newer firmware, read on.? The antennas are typically located in the lid of the laptop.
Intel Wireless WiFi Link, Wireless-N, Advanced-N, Ultimate-N devices
When you configure the kernel, you can find this option in the following location:. If you require a response, contact support.
Nitel will need the latest version of the package, which can be obtained here: For general questions about Wi-Fi on Linux using Intel’s devices, you can send an email to linuxwifi intel. This is why some people may face issues with devices that are handled by iwldvm.
Actually, that’s one of the reasons that I’m running the amd64 port. Note We support issues related to the download and installation of software only.