WiFi is a networking technology permitting the exchange of information through wireless (radio) connections.

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Using aircrack-ng for Fedora 20

I installed aircrack-ng from my repository. Is it strictly command line only? How do I start/enable aircrack? What are some basic commands a/o syntax?
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Slow wifi on Intel N 6235

I have extremely slow wifi connection on my linux mint. The network controller is Intel Corporation Centrino Advanced-N 6235 (rev 24). I found on the ubuntu wiki a fix: sudo rmmod iwlwifi && ...
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BackTrack USB Wireless adapter drivers issue

I purchased USB Wireless adapter which runs smoothly on Windows and Ubuntu, but in BackTrack it's showing me a Bad password issue. From my reading I guess it's driver issue which BackTrack Kernel ...
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How to enable wifi using keyboard (Dell Inspiron 14r) in suse Linux 11.4

I have installed both Windows and SUSE Linux (11.4) on my Dell Inspiron 14r laptop. Both are working properly. I am facing one strange problem. I went to my Linux OS wifi was working fine and I ...
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Force a specific frequency from my wireless card

How can I make my wireless card emit a specific frequency (the ones that it is capable of physically)? I am aware that a kernel module can help (please correct if I am wrong) but am looking for ...
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nl80211 not found

Environment Linux 3.0.8 compiled for ARM FriendlyARM mini210s I cross-compiled iw for an ARM board (friendlyARM mini210s), when I installed the utility and ran it, I got this message: # iw --help ...
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iwlwifi error, then WLAN is very slow and can't see other WLANs

I have a wireless interface Intel 1030 on a Dell XPS 15 laptop. lspci says: 03:00.0 Network controller: Intel Corporation Centrino Wireless-N 1030 [Rainbow Peak] (rev 34) Recently I noticed that ...
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How to use a D-Link usb network adapter on debian

I have a Debian (squeeze) desktop, and I need to use a D-Link 150 USB Wireless Network Adapter. So far I've done this: $ lsusb ... Bus 001 Device 006: ID 2001:3c18 D-Link Corp. ... After looking ...
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What is the algorithm that the `iw` command uses for choosing an Access Point for a given Wifi network?

Suppose I am in an area with a lot of Wireless AP's for a particular SSID. If I run the command sudo iw dev wlan0 connect <ESSID> How does iw decide which AP to connect to? It does not seem ...
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Fedora 18: Unable to connect to a WLAN network

I'm using Fedora 18 with the LXDE desktop. I seem to be unable to connect to any WLAN network. The network manager applets seem to accept only WEP but no WPA encryption. Am I missing something, or ...
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Crouton with kali linux and external wifi adapter

Is it possible to make kali or linux installed with crouton to see the external wifi adapter so I can use it in monitor mode/etc?
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make networkmanager not prompt for password after failed connection?

While it's only an intermittent annoyance, occasionally I'm on a flaky wifi network, and each time networkmanager reconnects, it asks for the wifi password. This wouldn't be a huge issue, but the ...
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Virtual Wireless Access Point

Basically, I want to be able to connect to a wireless network from my laptop. Then, I want my virtual machine to acquire internet access via a bridged connection from ETH0 of the VM to the host’s ...
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RT3290 Wireless still not working

I've been trying to get my wireless working for two weeks now. I have 1814:3290 wireless card. I am on Linux Mint 14 64-bit. I have tried all the suggestion on here: ...
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How to associate using aireplay-ng [Reaver]?

I'm a bit of a noob (complete noob) and linux and wifi hacking have always fascinated me. I just started last week. I came across Reaver but it always fails to associate with the AP, and guides online ...
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Internet through wifi

I am renting a place that only provides internet through wifi. My laptop has no problem connecting, but my desktop doesn't have a wifi card. I have a Linksys WRT54GX4 router. Is it possible for me to ...
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Kali Linux wifi issue

I've just installed a linux Distro (Kali) and this is the only place I know to come for help with it. I installed Kali on my Compaq laptop, as it's the only laptop I have and won't use my windows ...
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use only one wireless card to connect to wifi network and share internet through wifi at same time

Is it possible to use only one wireless card to connect to other wifi network to access internet and share the internet to other devices via same wireless card at same time ? No! I didn't mean ...
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Network Configuration Get Removed After Restarting Zentyal Linux Server

I'm facing a issue with my wireless configuration in Zentyal Linux Server. I configured my wifi network setting in /etc/network/interfaces like this : # interfaces(5) file used by ifup(8) and ...
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Wireless driver issues. Install and switch to different one

Laptop is a macbook pro late 2011 with Broadcom BCM4331 wireless card. OS: crunchbang 11 I currently have bcmi-pci-bridge driver running (It was running out of the box, did not install it). I'm ...
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Connecting Linux Mint to WiFi network

I just installed Linux Mint 17 (MATE) on an old laptop and everything works amazing, however I can't seem to get it to connect to my WiFi network. All my other computers can get access, plus, before ...
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BCM4312 802.11b/g and Scientific-linux

I have a fresh Scientific-linux 6.1 install on a Compaq 610 notebook: lspci | grep Broadcom 10:00.0 Network controller: Broadcom Corporation BCM4312 802.11b/g LP-PHY (rev 01) But I can't see the ...
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Wifi Connects in Kali not in Mint

I have a Dell Latitude D830 with a built in wifi adapter. I currently have a dual boot of Kali and Linux Mint. In Kali, I'm able to see and connect to wifi. In Mint I'm able to see and attempt to ...
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wpa_supplicant nl80211 hangs linux mint frequently

My Linux Mint system (17 Cinnamon, lenovo g565) hangs up frequently during work (say, 2-4 times a day). It may look different - white screen, black screen, screen freeze. Checking syslog after hangs ...
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Broadcom driver on Kali Linux

I recently installed Kali Linux, switching from Scientific Linux. The only problem is my wireless driver, which doesn't want to install at all. lspci -nn | grep Net : 02:00.0 Ethernet controller ...
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How do I install wpa_supplicant on bare embedded (ARM) linux (3.0.8)?

Environment FriendlyARM mini210s Linux 3.0.8 armv7l Cross-compilling I need to install wpa_supplicant, how do I do that? Shall I get the source for wpa_supplicant and place it somewhere in my ...
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WIFI connected but not working in Lubuntu

I'm new to Linux in general and I have had difficulty with some wifi connections. Some work and some don't. When I look under edit connections everything looks the same and I am left rather puzzled as ...
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Same Wifi names keep messing with connection

I just got a RasPi and I'm looking to replace the Windows PC that's doing the routing job. (To save electricity) What I'm trying to do with it is make it connect to a wifi network using it's bssid(or ...
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In Archlinux, it has a valid ip, but no connection could established

~ % uname -a Linux archlinux 3.17.6-1-ARCH #1 SMP PREEMPT Sun Dec 7 23:43:32 UTC 2014 x86_64 GNU/Linux ~ % ip route default via 192.168.1.1 dev wlp3s0 metric 303 192.168.1.0/24 dev ...
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Slow detection of wireless card

Recently I noticed my wireless card isn't "available" until 60s after boot. When X is ready I run %> ifconfig wlan0 wlan0: error fetching interface information: Device not found Then about 20s ...
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“ERROR while getting interface flags: No such device”

I am trying to crack Wifi using airmon-ng on ubuntu 14.04, I run the command airmon-ng start wlan0 The output is Found 5 processes that could cause trouble. If airodump-ng, aireplay-ng or ...
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Sharing ethernet over wi-fi with Network Manager and dnsmasq

I'm running archlinux with kde desktop. I want to share my enp2s0 connection via wi-fi. So I've installed dnsmasq. Here are some configs: /etc/resolv.conf # Generated by resolvconf search telecom.by ...
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Wireless connection keeps dropping

A little while ago I installed Ubuntu on my tower because I was getting tired of Windows; but it seems that either my internet router hates Linux, or the driver keeps choking on itself, because at ...
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iwlwifi: timeout delays firmware to be loaded

I'm using OpenSuSE 13.2 beta (which runs by the way very nicely). When starting up, my wireless adapter (Intel Centrino Ultimate-N 6300 AGN/Thinkpad T420) delays about one minute... But then it works ...
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nm-applet (the little computer) does not show up in my system tray after a fresh install of Debian Jessie Beta 2

I just installed Jessie Beta 2 using the amd64 DVD images, rather than netinst images, and fresh out of the box, nm-applet doesn't show up in the system tray. The little computer right next to the ...
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How can I fix Wifi with my Broadcom BCM43142 card?

I use Fedora 21 on my new Lenovo Yoga 2 11" laptop. I have a Broadcom BCM43142 wireless card: 01:00.0 Network controller [0280]: Broadcom Corporation BCM43142 802.11b/g/n [14e4:4365] (rev 01) ...
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Problem With insmod command for driver installation

I am trying to install the driver for an EDIMAX EW-7822UAC usb wireless adapter on a system with Linux Mint 17 installed. I get the following error: insmod: ERROR: could not insert module ...
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Allow wifi connections only to a local service, don't route to the wired ethernet

I have a Raspberry Pi running Linux (Raspbian) which is connected to my corporate Internet over an Ethernet cable. The RPi also has a wifi adaptor plugged into a USB port. I've been following along ...
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How do I get my Virgin Media wireless internet to work on Crunchbang linux?

I am struggling to get my internet to work on Linux. I am able to connect to my wireless internet through any other device I choose but my laptop will not find it. I have tried using the hidden ...
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WiFi randomly cuts on/off, other machines in the house unaffected

I just recently installed Fedora 20 on my Macbook Pro. I followed the guides on the internet and as most of them suggested, installed akmod-wl to handle my Wifi device. The output of lspci regarding ...
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Broadcom wireless card in with Fedora 16

I just installed Fedora as a dual-boot (other OS in Win7) on my Dell Inspiron 1750 and, of course, the wireless card is missing firmware. The wireless card is called Dell Wireless 1397 WLAN ...
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Can't connect to some WiFis, Linux on Macbook Pro

I just recently installed Fedora 20 on my Macbook, with MATE desktop. Everything is fine at home (WiFi WPA2, connects without any issues whatsoever). Today is my first day back at Uni with the new ...
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How can I guarantee USB wlan0/wlan1 order? [duplicate]

From doing research, I think I understand that the order of wlan0 and wlan1 ( and so on ) is determined by the order that the USB devices are recognized. My question is whether or not this order is ...
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How can I debug my wireless kernel modules that are giving WLC_SCAN errors?

I'm getting this error show up in my system logs: ERROR @wl_cfg80211_scan : WLC_SCAN error (-22) I think it's coming from the kernel module wl, since I'm using a Broadcom wifi card (BCM43142). How ...
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What are CDRA regulatory domains, and why does my Wifi card keep trying to set them every minute or so?

I can understand almost none of my dmesg log output, but this is one message I keep seeing, which I think is related to the bigger issue of my Wifi cutting out every minute or so: [ 6170.340618] ...
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Changed to another wi-fi network does not connect

I'm always connected to a wireless network in my home from my Ubuntu 14.04 laptop (via routers) Now I am in another place where there's an iMac sharing internet connection. My phone and other's, and ...
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Two Wi-Fi dongles bridge and LAN for SSH

I just can't wrap my head around this one. I have a setup with two Wi-Fi USB dongles on a Raspberry Pi (Model B). It runs a Debian-based dist called Raspbian (all updates, etc.). The USB devices have ...
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Making a usb wifi device work an a PowerPC Debian computer (iBook G4)

I recently installed Debian Wheezy onto an old iBook g4 I bought second hand. The computer does not have a wifi card installed. After the installation, I have completely updated my software to the ...
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ifup wlan0 causes kernel Oops

on my laptop, when I do ifup wlan0, sometimes I get following call trace in dmesg. Other times, the log looks perfectly normal, and there are no kernel Oops messages. In both cases (with errors and ...
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How to bring up a wi-fi interface from a command line?

I can't figure out how to properly bring up the wi-fi card on my laptop. When I turn it on and issue $ sudo iwconfig wlan0 txpower auto $ sudo iwlist wlan0 scan wlan0 Interface doesn't support ...