You need the following packages installed:
(from Synaptic or from terminal “sudo apt-get install aricrack-ng”)
Next I will give you the terminal commands – you just have to change the parts so that they reflect your situation (for example mac addresses, interfaces etc.).
Start airmon on your wireless interface (“ip -d addr” might help if you’re not sure):
airmon-ng start wlan0
Monitoring traffic (enter number from 0 on instead of – sometimes you’ll have to backtrack here to change the channel):
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When I installed Ubuntu 9.10, my num pad stopped working as it used to – it moved the mouse instead of inputing numbers. Pressing num lock didn’t help either.
Anyway I found the solution quickly on Ubuntu forums:
It appears it’s some accessibility feature. I probably pressed some key combo that turned it on.
1. Required packages
You’re gonna need network-manager-pptp package installed.
If you can connect to the Internet somewhere else (like in a Coffee
bar or sth) open Synaptic package manager, search for and install the
network-manager-pptp package (or enter sudo apt-get install
network-manager-pptp from a terminal).
If you don’t have Internet available anywhere you can also find
this package on the Ubuntu install CD if my memory is good (somewhere
buried in the folders).
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