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Hey there,, i have problem with kernel 220.127.116.11
I use Backtrack 5 R1 with kernel 18.104.22.168 and cant detect my wifi card..
so there are many step to fixed it ?
Thank you for you Reply :D:laugh:
hello again Rizky,
Since you are a backrack developer you should be aware of the wifi drivers that are compiled in the included kernel and you should know how to find the wifi chipset information.
Can you please tell us what wifi chipset you are using?
using Broadcom and you now some fixed for my kernel ?
but when me try to downgrade to kernel 38 its normally..
and one again, my account cant generate a Linux guru point, please help me to delete account name Rizky Ariestiyansyah in here http://www.linux.com/community/profile?userid=32030
heheh please help me brother :D
Nice to meet you again :D
I will review your issue and advise later today.
Backtrack is just another Ubuntu clone, so, I'd advise using the Ubuntu forum. As far as the broadcom driver, you might have to blacklist bcma. I needed to do that with my Fedora install.
Sine I am not an ubuntu expert and don't use broadcom I may be a little out of date, but isn't the firmware still required to make the wifi card work?
He said he was using Broadcom, so am I, broadcom-wl, but, I also had to blacklist bcma. If that's what you are talking about.