Fixed Xiaopan OS Can't Detect My Built in Wireless

Discussion in 'Xiaopan Support' started by denzeltai, 8 Dec 2012.

  1. denzeltai

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    i have a dell laptop inspiron n5110 and xiaopan os can't detect my built in wireless card? how to make it to support my laptop?
     
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    what kind of wireless card u use??
     
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    It has a built in Intel® Centrino® Wireless-N 1030 (1x2 bgn + Bluetooth)
    Not compatible I am afraid. You will need a USB WLAN or replace your PCI card with something compatible. More information here. http://skidhacker.com/forum/showthread.php?tid=761
     
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    i think not la Mr. Penguin coz my sister netbook samsung also (1x2 bgn + Bluetooth) but it work perfectly mybe he not on wireless first before he boot in xiopan... :idea
     
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    One Piece does this model able to hack wifi?
     
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    yeah that model can hack also...
    i use my sister netbook n try hack wifi it work perfect Geek
     
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    What version are you using on your sister's netbook? One Piece and what version of Xiaopan are you using denzeltai
     
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    i use xiaopan 0.4.3b
     
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    I also facing the same problem here.I using xiaopan os 4.2.2 with USB live.I am using Asus n45s with built in wireless card Atheros AR8151 PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet Controller(NDIS 6.20)Not sure is it check it right but i can sure that i can check the interface at backtrack 5 r3 but when i use in xiaopan it say no wireless card found.What should i do.
     
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    Try disabling bluetooth in bios use dmesg in terminal to show ath errors
     
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    Did u mean that i need to disable the bluetooth then go to the terminal and type airmon-ng start wlan0 to search the interface?
    I had do it what i just say but it is also same. It just came out the word interface but with blank.
     
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    Mr. Penguin hi, why don't we use the wireless card tools of the outdated beini, no one had problem with that?
     
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    I mean disable bluetooth in bios http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BIOS backtrack hasn't got bluetooth built into the kernel thats why you don't have trouble with it, you can type dmesg in the root terminal to look for ath errors

    These drivers are built for a older kernel if you got a newer card you will have the same problem.
     
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    Hi! I have an Intel N-6235 with bluetooth disabled running Xiopan OS 4.5.1 from LinuxLive Key and I can't detect anything. I tried dmesg but am not sure exactly where the ath errors would be. My previous Backtrack could detect it but I prefer Xiaopan! Any clue where to go from here? Thanks.
     
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    TogTog the ath errors are for atheros cards yours is a intel, you can see if xiaopan see's your card
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    lspci -v
    i suspect the errors you might see in dmesg will be about firmware i'm not sure about this card`s firmware is in the firmware .tcz
    The module needed for your card is iwlagn i think you could try
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    modinfo iwlagn
    to see if it's the module supports your card, if it is
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    modprobe -r iwlagn ; modprobe iwlagn
    to load the module.
     
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    Just gave it a try. The following appeared:
    modinfo iwlagn = filename: iwlwifi
    While
    modprobe -r iwlagn ; modprobe iwlagn = modprobe: module iwlagn not found in modules.dep

    lspci -v
    00:00.0 host bridge: Intel Corporation 440fx - 82441FX PC [Natoma] (rev 02:00.0)
    00:01.0 ISA Bridge: Intel Corporation 82371SB PIIX3 ISA [Natoma/Triton II]

    etc.
     
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    I had google about how to disable the bluetooth is it type at terminal like echo disable > /proc/acpi/ibm/bluetooth .But this also dint make any different.I saw at other forum that say xiaopan 0.4.2.2 gt some minor bugs then i decided to download the latest version xiaopan 0.4.5.1.But after i downloaded i had facing the password incorrect so i cant extract it to USB.Haiz facing too much problem...

    For your information i'm a computer idiot...So there is many thing that i duno,hope i can learn some form u guys.^^
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    Yes i get the latest version and the password.But when i crack the wps it keep repeating the same pin 12345670 and 10 row failed...then stop. Is this common happen?Because i using backtrack also facing this same problem.
     
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    thanks for the reply but what is the solution? i tried copying compat wireless of older versions and some work and others don't
     
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    looks like you need to use iwlwifi instead but your card is not detected (my bad your card is a combo wifi + bluetooth you may have to turn bluetooth on) try the lspci with bluetooth enabled.


    Turning off bluetooth once booted is no use i think you could try reloading the modules but the only way i got a internal atheros card working is disable bluetooth in bios.

    Fantastic what card you trying to load?
     
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