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First post, by Braca862

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Hello everyone,

I recently downloaded the DOS version of Kali from the maraakate website for my Windows 98 computer. However, I seem to not understand how to set up Kali for DOS; starting Kali gives me the error "no packet driver found". The documentation provided was too confusing to understand how to install ethernet drivers. I use a buffalo wli2-pci-g54s wireless card for connectivity.

Can anyone please help me?

Reply 1 of 3, by Jorpho

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Braca862 wrote on 2020-07-31, 01:24:

starting Kali gives me the error "no packet driver found". The documentation provided was too confusing to understand how to install ethernet drivers.

Maybe you should explain what you found confusing? Otherwise someone might give you another explanation that you will find too confusing.

I use a buffalo wli2-pci-g54s wireless card for connectivity.

I think it's very unlikely you'll get that running in DOS.

Some of the DOSBox builds have network emulation; maybe you'd be better off with one of those.

Reply 3 of 3, by Braca862

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So I have installed the ndis3pkt driver. Now I no longer get the error I mentioned. However, Kali doesn't seem to load as shown in the attachment. Could it be because the drivers I installed are a demo?

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