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I am runing kali linux on my vmware station it is giving me this error
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linux file names are case-sensitive
type the file name as-is

./ReVdK3-r1.sh
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Try:

./ReVdK3-r1.sh

(Case Sensitive)
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FYI: Trying to crack other person's WiFi networks can get you intro trouble with the law.
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Testing purpose/ it is my wifi
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