Okay now I'm looking forward to linuxmint. What do you think about that?
And aren't the guys who made kali aware of this issue? They should be informed and make them fix this ASAP! It really fucked me up!!!
According to the link you sent I should have my wifi up and running by now. I followed every step precisely. It worked for them but not for me.
According to that tutorial, on entering "sudo rfkill list all" the second time, it should have shown that my wifi is successfully hard unblocked. But...
Did I miss something? I've entered all the commands accurately. Those steps removed the soft block from my wifi but it is still hard blocked as you can see this picture:
Is there any way to remove this hard block? I tried pressing that "Network" button many times but it didn't change anything.
Hey buddy, I did exactly what you said. And this is the output of "sudo dhcpcd". And yeah, even after going through all your steps, it still shows that my WiFi is disabled.
Is there any way to get my wifi up and running again? I'm frustrated now.
No this is not a VM. Not at all. I installed Kali from a bootable USB. And this is the only OS on my laptop. I don't know why it is saying it's a VM.
Yes I do have a key on my keyboard with "network" symbol. But ever since I installed Kali it remains red. Earlier when I had win10 installed it...
I've just installed Kali on my laptop. And to my surprise the wifi is disabled on it. Please help someone it's very urgent. Here's an image of right click on "connections" (if that's what it's called) icon on top. And here's an image of left click on the same icon. There's an checkbox which says...