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Alfa Awus036Nha Not Found In Bt5R3 Kde 32Bit


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Well ive tried everything that i know (apparently not much)

Used airmon-ng didnt show up ,iwconifg and nothing should up, i made sure it was plugged in swapped usb cables shows up on virtual usb and then nothing.

I plug in my alfa 36h and bam works no problem. Should i down grade to BT5R1? Well anyhelp or pointers are once again appreicated thank you !

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Im currently using Orcale Vm I downloaded all 3 bt5R1-3 Kde iso ran each one installed each on a a seprate virtual drive 100 Gigs each just to be safe i updated each one after install but still no signs of it only shows up on windows 7 ult 32bit but not in the VM i made sure to have the usb added to the list of devices i can get my 36h up and going but no signs of the 36nha

Thank you for your reply

-lmgonza

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That's wierd, mine is working perfectly in BackTrack guest, Ubuntu is the host though.

Hmm not sure I tried on my xubuntu laptop. Just Windows 7.

Now im really going to sound like a hakling so can i make bt5 a dual boot with windows os or should i download Ubuntu and make that my Main Os and go from there?

http://www.backtrack-linux.org/tutorials/

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Now im really going to sound like a hakling so can i make bt5 a dual boot with windows os or should i download Ubuntu and make that my Main Os and go from there?

You should not use Ubuntu if you are going to do wireless hacking, rather do a HDD install of BackTrack.

The networking services in Ubuntu kills your monitor interface, so you won't capture any packets,

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You should not use Ubuntu if you are going to do wireless hacking, rather do a HDD install of BackTrack.

The networking services in Ubuntu kills your monitor interface, so you won't capture any packets,

Backtrack is not really meant for an every-day OS. Packages are purposely kept out of date for compatibility of a known working setup. You can also easily disable network managers to avoid it taking over your interfaces.

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Loaded BT5 KDE R3 32Bit as a dual boot and the card seemed to work but pulled weak signals nothing good everything was 88- and above well unusable i used the same 7 dbi panel antenna i use on my 36h and it was kept timing out trying to use reaver with it my 36h pulled the same signals between 50- and 75- any suggestions or should i just give up on it.

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Got it up and going thanks for the help now my last question is do i need a grid antenna or something bigger then a 7dbi panel antenna to get the same reach as my 36h gets or is it a completely different playing field as far reach and signal sensitivity i get around 10 to 15 3 to 5 bar ap's with my 36h and only around 4 to 5 aps with 2 or 3 bars max but i can connect at 65mpbs compared to 54mpbs on the 36h well if i can get any more feed back id appreicate it greatly thanks!

-lmgonza

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  • 2 weeks later...

I have an Alfa awus036h with a 9dbi antenna and the signals are all hovering around -38 to -68. You might want to consider upgrading that antenna of yours.

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