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    You may want to cross-post this over at...

    You may want to cross-post this over at bugs.kali.org...to ensure the Kali team sees it :)
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    Appreciate the heads-up on this. Sorry about...

    Appreciate the heads-up on this.

    Sorry about the loss :( If they're U.S. based, you may want to report them to the Better Business Bureau.
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    I think that's a gnome-specific feature. May not...

    I think that's a gnome-specific feature. May not be present in other GUIs
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    I've always found wireless work to be problematic...

    I've always found wireless work to be problematic from within a virtual machine. Can you use the card on a bare-metal install of Kali?
  5. Agree with Mister_X on distance from the access...

    Agree with Mister_X on distance from the access point. Over the years, I've found optimum signal strength when I was 2 - 3 meters from the access point. You might also be getting radio interference...
  6. Hmm, nothing stands out as odd in dmesg to me. ...

    Hmm, nothing stands out as odd in dmesg to me. Trying running journalctl -r and see if any errors shows up there. Might be me, but my wireless card is reported differently when running lspci and...
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    Are you seeing any errors in the output of dmesg?

    Are you seeing any errors in the output of dmesg?
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    Hmm, am guessing it's a video card issue; what...

    Hmm, am guessing it's a video card issue; what kind is it? While I don't have one, Nvidia cards have seemed problematic in the past. Do you get the same problem when using the gnome GUI?
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    If you are using Kali (or any offensive security...

    If you are using Kali (or any offensive security tools, for that matter), my view is that they should be vetted and ok-ed by your management. For example, before I do any security work, I always...
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    In my opinion, no. I say that because Kali's...

    In my opinion, no. I say that because Kali's target audience has always been info security people (i.e. folks with an above-average knowledge of computers).

    The average user is likely to have...
  11. So it's not hardware. I'm assuming the hash of...

    So it's not hardware. I'm assuming the hash of your ISO verified ok?

    Over the years, I've had weird install problems, only to discover the hash of my ISO didn't match the one from kali.org
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    One of the forum admins may have to weigh in on...

    One of the forum admins may have to weigh in on this, but in my experience, the Kali dev team removes them when rolling out a new version.
  13. Hmm, have you verified the hash, to ensure your...

    Hmm, have you verified the hash, to ensure your download is ok? I'd also verify your USB media is error-free.

    Assuming the above 2 things are fine, the next thing to consider is video card...
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    I find a Kali on a USB (encrypted persistence)...

    I find a Kali on a USB (encrypted persistence) useful now and then. Usages vary, but most recently, I pressed a seldom-used PC into Kali service for a wireless test.
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    I've not had any tracking issues with Kali. Are...

    I've not had any tracking issues with Kali. Are you doing info security work over your phone connection? If so, that would account for your phone provider's behavior.
  16. If I have a broken install or missing...

    If I have a broken install or missing dependencies, I'll run apt install kali-linux-full. That usually resolves the problem.

    I'd take a backup before, just to be safe.
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    Best to check over at www.offensive-security.com....

    Best to check over at www.offensive-security.com. You can find all your answers there :)
  18. Can you ping anything (internal or external)? A...

    Can you ping anything (internal or external)? A standard Kali install has networking enabled on boot. So if you're using DHCP on your network, you should get an IP address.
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    It's got to have something to do with the virtual...

    It's got to have something to do with the virtual machine, but I'm not sure what it could be. I typically run Kali in a non-VM way
  20. Glad it's working for you

    Glad it's working for you
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    So packet injection fails only for 5 ghz in a VM?...

    So packet injection fails only for 5 ghz in a VM? Odd behavior, as packet injection is usually all or nothing, regardless of radio frequency. Do you see the same dmesg error regardless of running...
  22. It's been awhiile since I used Kali in a virtual...

    It's been awhiile since I used Kali in a virtual machine, but I always allocated 100 GB of disk to it. If you have room, try giving the VM more disk and see if that helps
  23. Just got around to using airgeddon recently on a...

    Just got around to using airgeddon recently on a wireless test, was a great time-saver!

    Many thanks, v1s1t0r, and all involved, for the work :)
  24. I'm using the latest Kali version (2018.3),...

    I'm using the latest Kali version (2018.3), 64-bit native install (non-VM). However, I had a network connection when installing.

    As Mister_X says above, might be easier to use the pre-built VM...
  25. I've done Kali installs without network...

    I've done Kali installs without network connection before, and had no problems. Granted, it's been awhile. First thing I would check is the downloaded ISO (hash verify), and install media...to rule...
  26. @samatino, not sure I understand what you mean. ...

    @samatino, not sure I understand what you mean. Are you having a problem similar to the original poster?
  27. Well, I've always found wireless work to be...

    Well, I've always found wireless work to be problematic within a VM. But if you can get the card into monitor mode, airodump-ng should work. Do you get any output when running airodump-ng? Will...
  28. Any changes on your test access point (firmware...

    Any changes on your test access point (firmware upgrades, etc)? Will Reaver work when you give it the correct pin?
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    I own this specific card, and it works great on...

    I own this specific card, and it works great on Kali out of the box. Does monitor mode & packet injection with no problems.
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    No problem, glad you got it working :)

    No problem, glad you got it working :)
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    @omkarparth, glad it's working for you :) I've...

    @omkarparth, glad it's working for you :)

    I've never tried to do wi-fi work with a persistent USB stick. However, first thing I'd check is the output of dmesg, and journalctl.

    What's the brand...
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    Can you be more specific about the errors you...

    Can you be more specific about the errors you got? Anything in the output of dmesg, journalctl, or in /var/log that indicates issues?
  33. I'd check the logs for errors (/var/log, dmesg...

    I'd check the logs for errors (/var/log, dmesg output, journalctl output). Which version of Kali are you running?
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    How far are you from your access point? The...

    How far are you from your access point? The optimal distance for connection & speed is about 10-15 feet. Anything nearby that could be causing interference (microwave, power transformer, etc)?
    ...
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    So you don't see any output when running...

    So you don't see any output when running iwconfig? Are there any errors when you run dmesg?
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    I have a Thinkpad L530 (8gb RAM and Intel...

    I have a Thinkpad L530 (8gb RAM and Intel i7-3520M CPU) that works well for me. It's dual boot Windows 7/Kali. No Linux compatibility issues to date. USB 3 port is handy for wireless work in the...
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    I think you just had bad luck; possibly a...

    I think you just had bad luck; possibly a dead/dying USB drive. I recently made a persistent Kali USB drive, so I haven't had to upgrade it yet.
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    Looks like an HDMI hardware incompatibility. ...

    Looks like an HDMI hardware incompatibility. Might help updating the PCI and USB ID lists (update-pciids && update-usbids). On what hardware are you running?

    Are there any errors listed in the...
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    No problem, glad it's working for you :)

    No problem, glad it's working for you :)
  40. No problem :)

    No problem :)
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    First thing I'd check is the output of dmesg, and...

    First thing I'd check is the output of dmesg, and journalctl...see if there are any errors there involving your card.

    Will the card go into monitor mode & do packet injection?
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    I recall seeing several posts about hardware...

    I recall seeing several posts about hardware issues with Nvidia-based cards. If you have an Nvidia card, definitely search the forums about that.
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    Hmm, did you get any errors during the install? Will Kali run in live mode on this device?
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    Agree with Mister_X on tablets...definitely stick...

    Agree with Mister_X on tablets...definitely stick with laptops or PCs.
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    For wi-fi work, I always use a non-VM install. ...

    For wi-fi work, I always use a non-VM install. I've found wireless to be problematic within a virtual machine.

    FYI, I use Kali primarily from a dual-boot laptop, and have a Kali USB drive...
  46. Not heard of this hypervisor. However, if it can...

    Not heard of this hypervisor. However, if it can run Debian (the Kali base), you should be good. I'd try the 64-bit Kali.

    Once you burn your ISO (to either DVD or USB), you can always boot it in...
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    Good to hear! :)

    Good to hear! :)
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    I have a Lenovo ThinkPad L530 that I've been...

    I have a Lenovo ThinkPad L530 that I've been using for years. Serves me well for general security work.
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    You're welcome...hope it works out for you :)

    You're welcome...hope it works out for you :)
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    Normally, apt (or apt-get) would allow you to...

    Normally, apt (or apt-get) would allow you to safely upgrade. Since that's not an option in your case, backup anything you need, then restore after reinstalling Kali. I think that will give you the...
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