is there a way for this driver to not overwrite the on board wifi on raspberry pi3 b. In other words is there a way to have the usb wifi card be wlan1 not wlan0? keeping the native wlan0 the onboard wifi? im not sure if i just didnt install it properly or if this is the only way?
Sorry my fault. Installing the 8192eu disables the built in wifi
driver but you can enable it again.
Installing the 8192eu wifi
driver also installs a file /etc/modprobe.d/8192eu.conf
which disables power management for
the 8192eu driver to stop it disconnecting from the wifi
This file also includes a line that disables the built in driver on the Pi 3 B. To re-enable the build in wifi
edit the file /etc/modprobe.d/8192eu.conf
and comment out the line blacklist brcmfmac
by adding the #
character to the start of the line like #blacklist brcmfmac
. This will then allow the built in wifi
to work. Reboot the Pi and you should find both wifi
The names they will be assigned will depend on the order they are loaded which may or may not be what you want. It should be possible to apply the names you want to each wifi
adapter using udev
using file /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules
to assign the names. That is if kali includes udev
. Google should help here.
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