You can useOkay, so... I can't use the "iwconfig" command, but instead use "inxi -nxx", right?
So looks like it might be possible but, if I understand correctly that above, you'll need a USB wifi adapter according to that info.Is Kali a VM? Then, unless your card is USB, it will not be useable (VMWare/VirtualBox/QEMU will virtualize EVERY PCI device). Is it attached to the VM?
What do you mean? I think you need to understand how virtualization works. Read here https://www.vmware.com/solutions/virtualization.html and here https://www.howtogeek.com/196060/beginner-geek-how-to-create-and-use-virtual-machines/Isn't there some other virtual machine program where this isn't?
What do you mean? I think you need to understand how virtualization works. Read here https://www.vmware.com/solutions/virtualization.html and here https://www.howtogeek.com/196060/beginner-geek-how-to-create-and-use-virtual-machines/
You mean install it in a real pc? I guess it will as long as the hardware and resources are available.Quise decir si hay algún otro programa de virtualización en el que no tenga este problema.
Edit: Ok, I read about virtualization and came to the conclusion that I need a USB adapter, so if I install it as another operating system will it work for me?
I have an idea, try installing the dhcpcd package; start Kali VM, open a terminal and typeI have wifi, but I can't use commads, as, "iwconfig" because it says that I haven't wireless extensions.
apt install dhcpcd5
You mean install it in a real pc? I guess it will as long as the hardware and resources are available.
I have an idea, try installing the dhcpcd package; start Kali VM, open a terminal and typeonce installed run it withCode:
apt install dhcpcd5try and see if this time theCode:
Oh well, as I said before there isn't any wifi capable hardware in the VM, it was a long shot, just thought it was worth trying. Do as the Kali site suggests and use a USB adapter, attach it to the VM and try with that or, burn kali iso to a USB, boot in live mode and do it. BTW, the guy from the video never said whether or not he used virtualbox, did he? Other than that I'm out of ideas. Sorry.The same result as always.
Well, according to Kali's own website looks like it might be possible to use a USB wifi adapter https://www.kali.org/docs/troubleshooting/troubleshooting-wireless-driver-issues/The USB adapter wont help you if you're trying to do this from a VM.
So, if I understand correctly the above, it'd work by using a USB wifi adapter and attaching it to the VM. Never tried this myself cause I've never had the need to but now I'm curious and since I happen to have one of those devices around + a Kali.iso, might as well have a bit of fun trying that, just for the sake of curiosity.Is Kali a VM? Then, unless your card is USB, it will not be useable (VMWare/VirtualBox/QEMU will virtualize EVERY PCI device). Is it attached to the VM?
You mean you installed it on your real pc? Does your pc have a wireless adapter? Now, you could try with dhcpcd and see if it works. I had some similar issue in bullseye and that fixed it, since Kali is based on Debian I think it should work.I have already installed Kali as an operating system and it still gives me "no wireless extensions", but now it gives me more information, such as the network interface that it did not give me before, in short, now it gives me the information I needed and before I did not have.