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    Recovering my kali

    i have several kali virtual machines under VirtualBox and VMWare in two pc's (a desktop and a laptop)

    I have bad memory.

    Time ago I make a considerable effort to learn.

    I document as I could . But the real thing is that I don't know how to recover the use of my machines.

    Even don't remember the final usb adapter I use.
    I have several external usb adapter mainly from Alfa networks.

    My questions are :

    1. How can I see what drivers have I installed in every virtual machine i have ?

    2. How can I determine when the adapter is in monitor mode ?

    3. Where can I find a list of Linux commands to control the wifi auditory ?

    Best regards and excuse my english.

    Thanks a lot.

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    1. Find all the .ko files in the kernel directories
    2. Look at iwconfig
    3. Bad translation. I guess you want to test wifi security. Check https://aircrack-ng.org website and wiki.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister_X View Post
    1. Find all the .ko files in the kernel directories
    2. Look at iwconfig
    3. Bad translation. I guess you want to test wifi security. Check https://aircrack-ng.org website and wiki.
    1. How can I find all the .ko files in the kernel directories. What is/are the command/s for that purpose ?. A good link may help me. a link to test or see what drivers have I installed.
    2. I opened a terminal in Kali. Execute iwconfig and receive this message :

    The order was not found (no se encontró la orden)


    Best Regards

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    1. check out https://kali.training and learn the basic linux commands.
    2. That doesn't make sense, Kali is in English by default and such response doesn't exist. Even if it said command not found, that doesn't make sense either because it is there. You might have made a typo.

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    Mister_X you are unknown . This is the most non capable help I have received. I suppose that the need to know will do learn a book of more of 300 pages. Meanwhile I prefer to receive simple help for simple humans.
    You are out of my possibilities with your wide knowledge. Please keep away.
    Best Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fielding View Post
    Mister_X you are unknown . This is the most non capable help I have received. I suppose that the need to know will do learn a book of more of 300 pages. Meanwhile I prefer to receive simple help for simple humans.
    You are out of my possibilities with your wide knowledge. Please keep away.
    Best Regards
    You can start by reading this: https://docs.kali.org/introduction/s...use-kali-linux

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fielding View Post
    i have several kali virtual machines under VirtualBox and VMWare in two pc's (a desktop and a laptop)

    I have bad memory.

    Time ago I make a considerable effort to learn.

    I document as I could . But the real thing is that I don't know how to recover the use of my machines.

    Even don't remember the final usb adapter I use.
    I have several external usb adapter mainly from Alfa networks.

    My questions are :

    1. How can I see what drivers have I installed in every virtual machine i have ?

    2. How can I determine when the adapter is in monitor mode ?

    3. Where can I find a list of Linux commands to control the wifi auditory ?

    Best regards and excuse my english.

    Thanks a lot.
    #1 I worked Kali on virtualbox before and the results I got are far from a normal Kali system.

    #2 If iwconfig doesnt work airmon-ng should do it

    #3 If you go onto the google play store look up
    ( Linux Commands ) there are some helpful apps there.

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    I'll try again.

    I am asking myself why this world is so wifiexigent, wifiangry, wifidifficult or simply in spanish "wifiexigente"

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