I run the command
apt autoremove, And it accidentally removed some packages, Which I assume is important, because after I run the command, I can't access wifi, I can't find it icon.
The output for
apt autoremove was
Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree... Done Reading state information... Done The following packages will be REMOVED: dnsmasq-base libndpo libnma-common libnma0 libteamdctlo network-m 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 8 to remove and 636 not upgraded. After this operation, 18.5 MB disk space will be freed. Do you want to continue? [Y/n] (Reading database 397890 files and directories currently install Removing dnsmasq-base (2.84-1) Removing network-manager-fortisslvpn (1.2.8-2+b2) ... Removing network-manager (1.28.0-2+b1) Removing libndp0: amd64 (1.6-1+b1) Removing libnma0: amd64 (1.8.30-1) Removing libnma-common (1.8.30-1) Removing libteamdctl0: amd64 (1.31-1) Removing openfortivpn (1.15.0-1) Processing triggers for libglib2.0-0: amd64 (2.66.6-1) Processing triggers for libc-bin (2.31-9) Processing triggers for man-db (2.9.3-2) Processing triggers for dbus (1.12.20-1) Processing triggers for kali-menu (2021.1.4)`
I am assuming my WiFi is gone due to deleting these packages, Because just after deleting the issue occurred, Iam also assuming some of those packages were important? Can anyone tell which of them is important?
How do I restore the packages, Since I can't connect to WiFi , can't download packages. Is there anything I can do?
Is there anyways to restore the packages , will I be able to connect my Laptop with ethernet and download the packages or will I be able download those using live USB
This is on Kali Linux, which was a key detail that was left out by the poster.