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    Enable Internal Wireless Adapter on VM Virtual Box IN KALI LINUX (Wlan0..)

    Hi i'm totally new in this world of ubuntu and linux , i did install Kali Linux on Virtual box and i want to enable the wireless connection
    i did switch to Bridged Adapter too ,
    I did download this file( compat-wireless-2010-06-26-p.tar) and excuted the steps in youtube video [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tWslvnI4SwA]
    1) cd desktop
    2)ls
    3)tar -jxvf
    4)ls
    5)make unload
    6)make load
    all went good except the last step after making command "make load" i get this message at the end

    Active: inactive (dead)
    Docs: man:bluetoothd(8)
    make: *** [makefile:344:load] Error 3

    images:
    https://prnt.sc/oe2fiw https://prnt.sc/oe2gn1 https://prnt.sc/oe2iiz
    please help

    soryy for the unorganisaton of my Thread

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    Re: Enable Internal Wireless Adapter on VM Virtual Box IN KALI LINUX (Wlan0..)

    Moved to Ubuntu/Debian based

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    Re: Enable Internal Wireless Adapter on VM Virtual Box IN KALI LINUX (Wlan0..)

    Inside a VM, access to the real hardware isn't possible without doing something extra. I don't know what vbox supports in the way of PCIe passthru, but you might be able to passthru a USB2 wifi device. When you do the passthru, it must be exclusive access, so either the host has it or the VM has it. Both cannot share it. This applies to all hardware being passed thru - network cards, GPUs, storage controllers. Many laptops don't have the necessary hardware on the motherboard to support PCIe passthru, so you'd want to check that before doing anything else.
    Code:
    $ dmesg |grep -i iommu
    Also, when posting commands, please post the exact command used and please wrap in "code tags". See my example. That tar command #3 above won't do anything without more arguments.

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