I tried to install rt73 driver and...
This message appeared after "make"
!!! WARNING Module file much too big (>1MB)
!!! Check your kernel settings or use 'strip'
*** Module rt73.ko built successfully
Then, I did this "strip -S rt73.ko"
This message appeared after "make install"
*** Update /etc/modprobe.d/ralink alias for wlan*
*** Install firmware in /lib/firmware ...
*** Check old config ...
[root@portatil Module]# modprobe rt73
FATAL Error inserting rt73 (/lib/modules/184.108.40.206-107.fc8/extra/rt73.ko) Invalid module format
My distro is a Fedora 8, with this kernel version 220.127.116.11-107
What can I do? Thanks.
I tried this
modprobe -f rt73
... where "-f" means "force". And it works!!!
But I think that this is not the best method.
And do you get that error if you do not strip the module?
Yes, the same error.
Now, it works, but I have to do "modprobe -f rt73" each boot. The interface that appears is named "wlan0", not "rausb0", is it normal? And fragmentation attack doesn't work.
Any idea? Thanks.
Yes, the interface has been renamed wlanX a while ago. How are you performing that attack? In what does it consist exactly?
The attack has been correctly done. I can't explain it to the detail because my english is quite poor. But, I can assure everything has been correctly done I can manage the attack succesfully with the live CD called Wifislax 3.1, but not with my Fedora 8.