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  1. woops, source=madwifi_ag,wifi0,madwifi Forgot the 'a'. Also, Warning: Driver for device ath0 has been compiled with version 22 of Wireless Extension, while this program supports up to version 20. Some things may be broken... You might wanna take that bit of advice and update wireless-tools.
  2. Find and open you'r kismet.conf file. (/etc/kismet.conf or /usr/local/etc/kismet.conf and so on) Find the line: source=none,none,addone and replace it with: source=madwifi_g,wifi0,madwifi Hopefully it should work now.
  3. Compile a custom kernel, then get my network interfaces up and running. Once I finish disabling service I have no need for I generally lose interest.
  4. I liked it. You might say I "lol'd".
  5. http://cygnome.sourceforge.net/ Well, thats half the battle.
  6. There was a mention of ordering them on an old episode of Phreak Phactor. There was some web-site or phone number you could ring. Of course it only applies if your a US citizen. I'll dig around for it. I'm not quite sure, but I think a few ( or most ) of the books have been re-classified, so they can no-longer be obtained by anyone who wants them.
  7. While searching for The Rainbow Series of Books, i came across securityforest.com. I haven't had a good look around yet, but so far I've found a crap load of good docs. It also has links to many different tools, and a thing called the "Exploit Tree" (A cvs, the nature of which I'm not quite sure. I hope it's not as bad as it sounds). It has The Rainbow Series, but they are not complete. They can be found here. [Link]
  8. Holy friggen shit, at a glance I counted about 4 different topics in this tread. Anyway, King Tiger, i recommend Debian. Apparently it runs well on thin hardware ( If you take a little time to configure it ) and its package management system is very good. Just add the “non-free” repositories to your apt sources.list and you'll be good to go. Post if you need any help.
  9. Could we take a peep at your fdisk output? ie, start fdisk off a live cd or whatever and print your partition table ( press "p" ). Also, the contents of /boot/grub/menu.lst would be helpful.
  10. Try booting with a live cd, mount your ubuntu partition, and run "grub-install" (Or something along those lines) off the mounted partition. Its probably in /sbin.
  11. Ye, 2.6.18. I also read that 2.6.20 shuffles a lot of device detection/driver related things around. Udev was the first thing i thought, but apt seems to think its properly installed.
  12. I recently installed Debian 4.0 stable on my laptop. I had Gentoo running on it, and Slackware before that, both of which used 2.6.18. The .config file carried over from Slack to Gentoo just fine, and allowed me to re-compile in Debian without problems, but when i try to boot i get the following error. Waiting for /dev to be fully populated...ata_id[1111]: main: HDIO_GET_IDENTITY failed for '/dev/.tmp-3-0' Then the following two lines print repeatedly. hda: resert timed out: status=0x00. hd: controller still busy So, any ideas how i might fix this? I used the vanilla kernel sources for all 3 builds. I have an sata drive, yet the error describes hda, but im not sure if that matters. Any help is greatly appreciated.
  13. The location of the xml file is set in the flash file, or if its not set manually, chances are it will look for one in the directory where it lives. Flash Decompiler and such programs should help you out.
  14. I would suggest Slackware or Dam Small Linux. As far as i know, those distros are particularly good at running on thin hardware. Of course, you could always try Linux from Scratch. How long have you been using Linux? And how comfortable are you with it?
  15. Yep, im talking about slackware 11. I dont have the card working, but i havent tried. This guy got it working in gentoo http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/sh...5612&page=2 If/when i get it working i'll let you know. Edit. I got it working ( I think ). Using the fix you posted above. It no longer hangs the system, but I have yet to test it. Thanks for your help Editv2. It works! Adds "bsd-roo" to hero's list