I have a new Kali Rolling set up and am having numerous problems attempting to install WiFi drivers for a broadcom 14e4:43a0 device (TP LINK Archer T8E). I am currently USB tethering from my phone.
Searching online gave me results that I should install the bcmwl-kernel-source package for the drivers but whenever I attempt to apt-get bcmwl-kernel-source I get
E: Unable to locate package bcmwl-kernel-source.
I have tried to download this package straight from the web and installing from a local folder but still get the same error.
I then proceeded to continue to search for solutions, many to do with updating the
/etc/apt/sources.list list. I have tried messing with those with no prevail and have since defaulted those changes back.
It seems every package that I try to install (can install but) doesn't help me setting up WiFi.
No WLAN devices show up in
modprobe wl returns a fatal error, something about
wl not being found (currently not at work to access machine).
Any further help, ideas and suggestions will be much appreciated.