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Updating aircrack

Automatic detection of CPU optimization is done at compile time.

However, there are times that we want the programs to do something slightly differently for the purposes of wireless security assessments. So the source code is changed to achieve the new functions.

Your system will look for the Aircrack-ng commands in the directories defined by the PATH command.

Normally, the Aircrack-ng suite programs and man pages are placed in: The build directory gets installed together with the kernel headers, so either you lack the correct headers or your KERNELPATH is wrong.

If uname returns exactly that string and the current headers are installed, the remove the headers and install them again.

Also check /usr/src for installed header files, maybe it got mixed up for whatever reason.

Please check that `uname -r` returns “2.6.15-28-amd64-generic”.

Do a “sudo apt-get install linux-headers-`uname -r`” or just “sudo apt-get install linux-headers”.

Aircrack-ng was started at the end of February 2006.