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airmon-ng command not found in kali linux, please advise?

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airmon-ng command not found in kali linux, please advise?
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use wifite

It's packaged with Kali and removes the need for command line tools.

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sudo apt-get install aircrack-ng
sudo airmon-ng start wlan0
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airmon-ng is a script... Probably it is withheld to keep people from doing stupid things.
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by:Ihab
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gheist "can you tell me what are you saying , because I dont understand
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Well if you cannot install dpkg with a command you need, you dont need that command.
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