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 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 ...
The firmware-iwlwifi is a non-free software.
You need to add non-free to your sources.list. See Example sources.list
sudo sed -i 's/main/& contrib non-free/' /etc/apt/sources.list
sudo apt update
sudo apt install firmware-iwlwifi
sudo /usr/sbin/modprobe -rv iwlwifi
sudo /usr/sbin/modprobe -v iwlwifi
iwlwifi: Supported Devices
To solve the command not ...
Start wpa_priv as root (e.g., from system startup scripts) with the enabled interfaces configured on the command line:
wpa_priv -B -c /var/run/wpa_priv -P /var/run/wpa_priv.pid [driver:interface]
wpa_priv -B -c /var/run/wpa_priv -P /var/run/wpa_priv.pid nl80211:wlan0
Then, run wpa_supplicant as non-root with a user that is in the wpapriv ...
Your RPi has its hostname set by default to raspberrypi. "Zero Config Networking"/avahi adds the .local suffix. If you look in /etc/hostname on your RPi you should see this - you may change the default to something else if you wish.
My point is this: Have you checked your other OS's to see if they have the file /etc/hostname? If so, edit the file &...
wpa_supplicant.conf is just for configuring the WiFi network connectivity: it has nothing to do with making the .local hostname available. That part is done by the avahi-daemon service, which is enabled by default on RasPis. It uses the multicast DNS, or mDNS protocol to announce its name and IP to other systems on the same network segment (only).
When the public wifi isolates connections (like it appears to be in your case) you can use a third party to connect to the other device.
Either set up your own virtual server and create a VPN with Wireguard (have the laptop connect with the PersistentKeepalive option and make the server forwards the traffic)
or use a paid service like ngrok (I have never ...
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
I really like the question. Even, I faced the same issue in Kali not in Ubuntu. And, it would be better if you post this question in askubuntu. Askubuntu is only for ubuntu. If it is ubuntu configuration issue than, peoples from askubuntu may answer the question better way. I am adding some links of question related to yours.
wlan0 isn't working most of ...