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This is the tutorial I am using right now and I am sharing with you. Credit goes to XDA Developers. Open your terminal and paste as sudo apt-get install hostapd dnsmasq Then paste these one after one. sudo service hostapd stop sudo service dnsmasq stop sudo update-rc.d hostapd disable sudo update-rc.d dnsmasq disable after that paste as sudo gedit ...
Even if it shows this message it seems to be working for me... sudo hostapd thirdParty/hostapd-test.conf Configuration file: thirdParty/hostapd-test.conf Failed to update rate sets in kernel module Using interface wlan0 with hwaddr 00:25:d3:64:49:35 and ssid 'test' wlan0: STA f8:0c:f3:5e:a1:14 IEEE 802.11: authenticated wlan0: STA f8:0c:f3:5e:a1:14 IEEE ...
You can! I just did! If you use a USB ethernet stick. In VirtualBox, with the VM shut down, set the USB filter to include your USB wireless device. Then on VM startup it will be available only to your VM. Done!
Is simple. You can't. Virtual machines can't expose the physical wireless cards. All of that is using a virtualization layer. What you can do is buying a USB dongle card instead. Unfortunately no virtualization software allows for direct access to hardware devices like that. Compare VirtualBox with VMware Fusion and Parallels for Mac. All 3 of ...
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