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Thread: Load brcmsmac on boot in Ubuntu 14.04

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    Load brcmsmac on boot in Ubuntu 14.04

    Hi All;
    I am using Ubutnu 14.04 and I have installed aircrack-ng suite but my wireless card (Broadcom BCM4313) unable to run monitor mode because of the "wl driver" Otherwise, when I use Kali it works perfectly because this one uses the driver "brcmsmac".
    I tried to disable the wl driver by modprobe command and activate the brcmsmac manually and monitor mode was succefully activated (but wifi unable to connect to network) . but I would like tto load the Broadcom driver at startup and disable wl driver
    is there a solution? thank you for helping me (excuse me for my english)

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    Re: Load brcmsmac on boot in Ubuntu 14.04

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    Re: Load brcmsmac on boot in Ubuntu 14.04

    Quote Originally Posted by med_malti89 View Post
    Hi All;
    I am using Ubutnu 14.04 and I have installed aircrack-ng suite but my wireless card (Broadcom BCM4313) unable to run monitor mode because of the "wl driver" Otherwise, when I use Kali it works perfectly because this one uses the driver "brcmsmac".
    I tried to disable the wl driver by modprobe command and activate the brcmsmac manually and monitor mode was succefully activated (but wifi unable to connect to network) . but I would like tto load the Broadcom driver at startup and disable wl driver
    is there a solution? thank you for helping me (excuse me for my english)
    sudo apt-get purge --remove bcmwl-kernel-source
    sudo modprobe -rv wl
    sudo modprobe -v brcmsmac

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    Re: Load brcmsmac on boot in Ubuntu 14.04

    Aircrack is not a supported topic on the forum so the thread has been closed. Your best option for support is on the Kali forum.

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