One of the most common issues users have is finding/installing the right driver for their wifi cards.
Made this video to help you along (in big part to help users on this forum): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nehj6MJ4-hg
Video Based Checklist (In Order):
- Find current card/driver status by running:
- If inxi reveals your card has
Driver: None, you are missing the driver. If so, move to next step.
apt search WiFiCardBrandNameHereand install firmware if related to your brand.
- If not found over apt (step #3), search Google/DDG with “Solved” “Parrot”+“Linux” (or search Debian as this may lead to more results) adding your exact card model to the search query. Driver and instructions for install should be found in search results (be sure to use driver compatible with your kernel).
- Important: install kernel headers for your kernel before compiling/installing driver source. Then install driver as per instructions.
rfkill listto see if card blocked.
- If blocked, issue
rfkill unblockper your card.