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   *Search the internet for "<​your card model> chipset"​ or "<​your card model> linux"​. Quite often you can find references to what chipset your card uses and/or other people'​s experiences.   *Search the internet for "<​your card model> chipset"​ or "<​your card model> linux"​. Quite often you can find references to what chipset your card uses and/or other people'​s experiences.
-  *Search the [[http://​forum.aircrack-ng.org/​|Forum]]+  *Search the [[https://​forum.aircrack-ng.org/​|Forum]]
   *You may also have a look at windows driver file names, it's often the name of the chipset or the driver to use.   *You may also have a look at windows driver file names, it's often the name of the chipset or the driver to use.
   *Check later in this page for cards known to work with aircrack-ng   *Check later in this page for cards known to work with aircrack-ng
   *Check the card manufacturers page. Sometimes they say what chipset they use.   *Check the card manufacturers page. Sometimes they say what chipset they use.
   *Have a look at **lspci -vv** output for descriptions,​ PCI id and kernel modules used.   *Have a look at **lspci -vv** output for descriptions,​ PCI id and kernel modules used.
-  *Locate the [[http://​pictures.aircrack-ng.org/​fcc_id3.jpg|FCC ID]] of your device. Enter the information into [[http://transition.fcc.gov/​oet/​ea/​fccid/|FCC Website]] and then browse the internal photos of the device.+  *Locate the [[https://​pictures.aircrack-ng.org/​fcc_id3.jpg|FCC ID]] of your device. Enter the information into [[https://www.fcc.gov/​oet/​ea/​fccid|FCC Website]] and then browse the internal photos of the device.
  
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 Here are some other resources to assist you in determine what chipset you have: Here are some other resources to assist you in determine what chipset you have:
  
-  * Linux-wireless has 3 pages depending on the device type: [[http://​wireless.kernel.org/​en/​users/​Devices/​USB|USB]],​ [[http://​wireless.kernel.org/​en/​users/​Devices/​PCI|PCI/​PCI Express/​MiniPCI/​MiniPCI Express/​Express Card/​Cardbus]] and the old [[http://​wireless.kernel.org/​en/​users/​Devices/​PCMCIA|PCMCIA]]+  * Linux-wireless has 3 pages depending on the device type: [[https://​wireless.kernel.org/​en/​users/​Devices/​USB|USB]],​ [[https://​wireless.kernel.org/​en/​users/​Devices/​PCI|PCI/​PCI Express/​MiniPCI/​MiniPCI Express/​Express Card/​Cardbus]] and the old [[https://​wireless.kernel.org/​en/​users/​Devices/​PCMCIA|PCMCIA]]
   * [[http://​madwifi-project.org/​wiki/​Compatibility|Madwifi compatibility list]]   * [[http://​madwifi-project.org/​wiki/​Compatibility|Madwifi compatibility list]]
   * [[http://​linux-wless.passys.nl/​|Wireless Adapter Chipset Directory]] nearly the best resource for this kind of information   * [[http://​linux-wless.passys.nl/​|Wireless Adapter Chipset Directory]] nearly the best resource for this kind of information
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