If you have installed BackTrack 4 to disk you can enable networking to start at boot using:
update-rc.d networking defaultsAnd finally, you can start wireless networking in BackTrack 4 using:
/etc/init.d/NetworkManager start* Make sure the 'N' and 'M' in NetworkManager are capitalized.
Don't forget the basic Linux command to view your IP address and network Status in BackTrack:
ifconfigAnd for wireless networking: