No the device does not have a wireless adapter. So I would need one for Wlan to appear?Does the device have a wireless adapter, because that's what wlan would be.
Though in some distros they've moved to naming them differently.
Also, I moved this to the networking sub-forum.
I don't know. I am very new to linux and everything.I don't understand.
If the "device" doesn't have wireless capability, why would you expect wireless to show?
What distro are you using? Does the "device" have a model and make, or can you give us some basic specs?
OK it goes like this, First you need to be Linux experienced and terminal competent to even think about using Kali [see the first 2 post in the Kali forums] https://www.linux.org/forums/kali-linux.162/Yes it is. Im using a kali linux Virtual Machine for the lab.