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madwifi-ng [2009/07/24 14:38]
darkaudax Updated to reflect the latest madwifi-ng version
madwifi-ng [2017/01/09 21:29] (current)
mister_x Mark page as deprecated.
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 +====== DEPRECATED ======
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 +**IMPORTANT NOTE**: This page is deprecated, updated documentation can be found [[install_drivers|here]]
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 ====== Madwifi-ng ====== ====== Madwifi-ng ======
  
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    cd madwifi-ng    cd madwifi-ng
    wget http://​patches.aircrack-ng.org/​madwifi-ng-r4073.patch    wget http://​patches.aircrack-ng.org/​madwifi-ng-r4073.patch
-   patch -N -p -i madwifi-ng-4073.patch+   patch -N -p -i madwifi-ng-r4073.patch
    ​./​scripts/​madwifi-unload    ​./​scripts/​madwifi-unload
    make    make
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    ​modprobe ath_pci    ​modprobe ath_pci
 \\ \\
-Important: The above example uses revision 3925 of the madwifi-ng drivers. ​ You can use the latest SVN version if you wish.  Just be aware that in some versions injection rates are low or zero.  R3925 is known to work well. 
  
 **Notes**: **Notes**:
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 **NOTE:** 11n rates are not supported yet. **NOTE:** 11n rates are not supported yet.
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 ==== Support for Atheros AR2425 (AR5007EG) chipset (including EEE PC) - PCI ID 168c001c ==== ==== Support for Atheros AR2425 (AR5007EG) chipset (including EEE PC) - PCI ID 168c001c ====
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 +**NOTE:​** ​ This section is included for historical purposes. ​ The AR5007EG is now supported by the base driver instructions above.
  
 To determine the PCI ID under linux, enter "lspci -nn"​. ​ The output should look similar to this: To determine the PCI ID under linux, enter "lspci -nn"​. ​ The output should look similar to this:
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