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   * Install_Stack: Installs the specified stack on your system and loads it into memory.  The driver number is obtained from the output of the "loaded" command.  All the required steps are taken care of for you including obtaining the stack sources, obtaining injection patches, applying patches, compiling and then loading it into memory.  This is one the simplest and easiest methods of ensuring your system is capable of injection.   * Install_Stack: Installs the specified stack on your system and loads it into memory.  The driver number is obtained from the output of the "loaded" command.  All the required steps are taken care of for you including obtaining the stack sources, obtaining injection patches, applying patches, compiling and then loading it into memory.  This is one the simplest and easiest methods of ensuring your system is capable of injection.
   * Remove_Stack: Removes the specified stack from your system.  This removes the stack from memory and the module tree.   * Remove_Stack: Removes the specified stack from your system.  This removes the stack from memory and the module tree.
-  * Details: Rists detailed information about the module.  The driver number is obtained from the output of the "installed" command.  This especially valuable to confirm you are using the correct version and when it was installed.  The install date is located after the file name.  This can be used to confirm you are in fact using the the recently compiled module.  A common problem is that one of the required modules was compiled on a different date.  This normally means you have two different versions of the same modules and the result is that the driver fails.  If this happens, delete all the modules and reinstall or recompile.+  * Details: Lists detailed information about the module.  The driver number is obtained from the output of the "installed" command.  This especially valuable to confirm you are using the correct version and when it was installed.  The install date is located after the file name.  This can be used to confirm you are in fact using the the recently compiled module.  A common problem is that one of the required modules was compiled on a different date.  This normally means you have two different versions of the same modules and the result is that the driver fails.  If this happens, delete all the modules and reinstall or recompile.
   * Detect: Used to determine which wireless devices are connect to your system.  There is no precise method of doing these types of checks.  Consider this more as educated guesses rather then definitive information.  Having said that, it will generally provide very useful information.   * Detect: Used to determine which wireless devices are connect to your system.  There is no precise method of doing these types of checks.  Consider this more as educated guesses rather then definitive information.  Having said that, it will generally provide very useful information.
  
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