You have two issues:
The invalid signature for Kali Linux repositories.
The package index is outdated.
Use the following command to correct the problem:
wget -q -O - https://archive.kali.org/archive-key.asc |sudo apt-key add
sudo apt update
sudo apt upgrade
sudo apt install terminator
It's likely that you're not running an RDP server on your Kali system.
This is perfectly reasonable because Kali is a specialist distribution used for professional security work such as pentesting. You wouldn't want an RDP service exposing such a system to other devices on a network.
In this case, the problem happened with the dhcp server (the 6th window, which opens and immediately serves). The client is simply not given an IP.
The problem may lie in the security mechanics of the distribution you are using. For example, in apparmor and SELinux. In my case, it all came down to apparmor.
I found out that the dhcpd daemon cannot access the ...
You've increased the capacity of the virtual disk, but you haven't edited the partition table and extended the filesystem within the partition, so the filesystem cannot use the increased capacity yet. How to fix it depends on exactly how the virtual disk is set up: MBR or GPT partitioning? One or many partitions? Is LVM in use?
An X11 GUI login will ...
If you're having this problem because you downloaded Kali for WSL directly as an .appx package (not from the MS Store) - I've read in another post that this package seems to be broken. (The MS Store version worked for me without problems)
But if you do not have access to the MS Store --
To fix the specific problem of invalid signature - the following worked ...
The user configuration file shall be located in:
If not existing, create it, or edit to your liking.
Example with my GPS redacted, including some more notes from me:
; Global settings file for Redshift application.
; Location provider for solar elevation.
You can try reinstalling the removed packages.
If you can connect the laptop to ethernet, you might be able to do sudo apt-get install package1 package2 ...
Otherwise you can do a sudo apt-get install --print-uris package1 package2 .... A good thing about this method is that it will not print the URL for a package if it is already available under /var/cache/...
Try looking in /var/cache/apt/archives
If you are lucky, the .deb package for network-manager may still be there. If so, try a few things:
apt-get install network-manager - that may, possibly, use the archived version since it's already been downloaded. It would then also install the dependencies, if they were also in that directory.
Alternately, if the ...
You should "up" your wlan0.
wlan0: <NO-CARRIER,BROADCAST,MULTICAST,UP> mtu 1500 qdisc noqueue state DOWN mode DORMANT group default qlen 1000
link/ether 02:e7:51:18:90:08 brd ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff permaddr b0:fc:36:32:7d:cb
Look at state that is DOWN.
sudo ip link set dev wlan0 up
Bridging your wireless adapter to your VM does not give your VM a wireless device. Notice when you expand the "Advanced" section of the VM's adapter settings that "Adapter Type" is an option; this is the "device" which is presented to the VM.
This means that no matter which host connection you are bridging, the connection will ...
in the view of the virtual machine (kali in this case), the connection is always a wired one. The VM doesn't "see" your hardware-adapter (TP-Link) but a virtual interface (AMD PCNet FAST III by default).
"bridged" networking means, that your physical networkcard is able to use promiscuous mode, that means that a single connection can be ...
You're on Kali Linux. The Kali Linux distribution is using zsh as its default login shell, not bash.
This means that any change you make to ~/.bashrc would not be seen by the shell you use. The zsh shell is instead using the ~/.zshrc file for initializations of interactive shell sessions.
Furthermore, the zsh shell has no shell variable called ...
module verification failed: signature and/or required key missing - tainting kernel
This does not mean your module did not load. All it means is any kernel oops/panic messages will have a bit of information indicating that you have (or had at some point) an unsigned module loaded. This message is just a warning, not an error.
(But if you try to submit a ...
Use sudo -E to pass your PATH environment variable to your root session.
The root user does not know about your updated PATH variable, which your standard user account has adjusted in your shell configuration. If you use -E with sudo it will pass the environment variables to sudo.
In Zsh, $path and $PATH are tied parameters that always reflect each other's values. You can see this as follows:
% typeset -p path
typeset -aT PATH path=( /usr/bin /bin )
Updating one will also update the other:
% typeset PATH path
path=( /usr/bin /bin )
% typeset PATH path
path=( /usr/bin /bin foo )
From the screenshot, it's clear that you modify your PATH variable in the terminal where go version succeeded, but not in the terminal where it failed.
Consider adding the modification to your shell's initialization files. If you are using the zsh shell (default on Kali Linux), modify the path in ~/.zshrc, possibly at the end of the file.
In earlier version of Kali(older than 2020.1) didn't have access to create desktop entry while directly installing any software from snapd. But, if you install gnome in Kali in any version than you will have desktop entry of those files. I don't know why whenever I use gnome I get desktop entry of those software which I installed from snapd. But, when I don'...
WSL doesn't use systemd as the init system to boot distributions. That's in part because systemd typically starts a lot of services that WSL doesn't need and don't makes sense in a WSL context (such as ones mounting additional file systems), so WSL uses its own init system.
systemctl, as you've seen, can't be used to start services if systemd wasn't the ...
All the old Kali Linux ISOs (from kali-1.0.0 to kali-2021.1) can be found here: http://old.kali.org/kali-images/. Every iso come with the signed checksum files it will be used to check the downloaded images.
Some advice, try searching the web to see if your concern is already addressed before posting here. This site also gives a lot of helpful guidance on when and how to ask questions--as well as how and when not to. Please read it.
Here is a link to my Google search that turned up multiple answers and even the official Kali (old) archives: Google Search: kali ...
zenmap has been removed from Kali Linux.
Here is the answer of Kali maintainer @Gamb1t on kali forum.
As zenmap was not being maintained upstream any longer we had to drop the package.
Zenmap is the nmap GUI, you should use nmap as alternative.
First, you need a program named python. I just checked on my Kali installation (WSL2 running in Windows) and found that, indeed, it doesn't have python out of the box. So, create a symbolic link ln -s /usr/bin/python3 /usr/bin/python, assuming that /usr/bin/python3 is correct.
Normally, your PATH should contain /usr/bin. No need to change it.
Kali seems to be based on Debian, and Debian's standard location for it is /boot/efi.
In Linux terms, the EFI partition (formally ESP = EFI System Partition) is just a FAT32 partition with a special type identifier in the partition table.
Ideally an EFI-bootable disk should use GPT partitioning, in which case there is a special type GUID for the EFI ...
After searching little bit I found some related question and links for you.
What does mean DORMANT mode in ip link show wlan0?
No internet connection but connected to wifi(This may not be helpful for you).
If at the output :
3: wlan0: <NO-CARRIER,BROADCAST,MULTICAST,UP,LOWER_UP> mtu 1500 qdisc mq state DORMANT mode DORMANT group ...
I had did as @roaima said. Although I was facing the issue. Then, I directly tried upgrade again.
sudo apt-get upgrade or, sudo apt upgrade
But, I was getting error. Then, I thought to run those command as root user(sudo su sudo is also represent root).
apt --fix-broken install
Now, everything is upgrading one by one..
Remove google-chrome.list and nodesource.list from /etc/apt/sources.d. If you're lucky you've not broken too much of your Kali distribution and these two commands will get you back on the right track
For context please read Kali's own documentation about repositories and in particular the section entitled "Non-Kali ...
I had to dig deeper and after a while I've discovered that in my home directory there are also the following files: .zshrc and .zshrc_history. After I've searched kali zshrc phrase this article pops out:
Apparently, since Kali Linux 2020.4 default ...
tried out different resolutions You didn't mention that what you tried (You tried in Virtual Box or Kali). If you tried by changing virtual box resolution than try to change resolution in Kali. Change resolution in Virtual Box also. Virtual box's resolution and Kali's resolution should be matched with your laptop screen size. Otherwise you will face issue ...
If you skip this step, all that will happen is that your wifi adapter won't be initialised. If you have a wired connection you can install the firmware after the installation.
See also How do I install "non-free firmware" (wifi driver) from USB? - same principle but different driver
Hey guy's I had encountered the same problem but fortunately I have quick solution to fix it.
Follow the steps
long press the termux app and go Press "Force stop"
open termux app
again make new password for nethunter kex just type "nethunter kex passwd"
after you set the password type "nethunter kex &"
it will reset and ...
This is what finally worked for me in Kali 2021.1:
Downloaded 'libssl1.0.0_1.0.2n-1ubuntu5.6_amd64.deb' from:
installed it on Kali linux with:
dpkg -i libssl1.0.0_1.0.2n-1ubuntu5.6_amd64.deb
I used amd64 package relevant to my arch. if you want a different ...
I think the problem is in the chipset of wifi adapter. I checked it in Parrot OS but it failed to detect Wifi networks. After going through Amazon reviews I got to know that many people are facing same problem. If anybody is going to buy Leoxsys LEO-HG150N 150Mbps Wireless USB Wi-Fi, I would not recommend buy it.
Thank you for answering my question
Based on Debian Wiki the wireless firmware is included in firmware-misc-nonfree. In Kali Linux the package is provided by the firmware-nonfree
Unload the wl it is not the correct module driver:
sudo modprobe -rv wl
sudo apt purge broadcom-sta-dkms
Install the require package:
sudo apt install firmware-nonfree
libappindicator-gtk3 isn't available in Kali Linux. libappindicator1 and libappindicator have been removed from Kali repositories.
You can install Messenger from snapcraft:
sudo apt install snapd
sudo snap install core
sudo snap install messenger-collabee
sudo snap install slack --classic
sudo snap install discord
If you are using an old version of Kali (...