Hi this message is for the admin mark i see that you are the developer of the rtl8188eu driver please make the driver support injection,aircrack and all these wifi penetration testing techniques if you are not interested the community is
Sorry but you must have misunderstood something somewhere along the line … I’m NOT a driver developer at all
the whole world think that you are the developper of the driver go see on google + http://linuxforums.org.uk/index.php?topic=11261.msg95881#msg95881
It’s an open-source driver, anyone is free to patch it and send the patch upstream for inclusion.
Which distro are you using? Might be worth badgering their developers
The whole world is misunderstanding then…
All I meant by that post was I’m here (on this forum) to help people with general Linux issues which includes helping people install those drivers … but I’m NOT here (on this forum) to help people hack wireless networks, as I have no way of knowing if they’re doing it for legitimate purposes, so I’m absolutely NOT going to discuss or publish any info that might help your local script kiddie hack his way into your network.
kali and wifislax
Kali is based on Debian, so might be worth posting your request on Debian’s kernel bug tracker (https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/pkgreport.cgi?dist=testing;package=linux).
If you can get Debian to patch their kernel driver, it will filter downstream to Kali via Debian’s testing branch (may take a while). They may also offer the patch upstream to the main kernel - if accepted, it would potentially appear in every Linux distro (including Wifislax)