So, I tried this guide all day from top to bottom, but with no success... I tried it on both CyanogenMod 12 and Stock 5.0.1 with a TP-Link WN722N Wireless Adapter (the one with the ath9_k drivers).
For CyanogenMod 12 I tried this
kernel source. And for Stock 5.0.1 I used the stock kernel source from google
. All the kernels booted after compiling
I first enabled the given settings in the make menuconfig. Then I get to compile the kernel without errors. After flashing the kernel I add the firmware files to system/etc/firmware, changed permissions and reboot. Then I install Kali Linux in Linux Deploy and SSH to it via Terminal Emulator. But there are a few weird things:
1. When I use the "ifconfig" command the adapter won't show up. Only wlan0.
2. When I try to use "lsusb" it says " Command not found" tried to install it via " sudo apt-get install usbutils" but it gives me another error afterwards.
3. When I try to use one of Kali's feature's (like " sudo airmon-ng") it also says command not found...
So what am I doing wrong? Who can help me setting this up?
Sorry if I'm asking noob questions... This is the first time I compiled kernels.
Thanks in advance!