I'd like to use monitor mode and packet injection on my Kali linux VM running 4.19.0-kali5-amd64 kernel. I'm using a TP-Link WN725N v2 USB adapter (RTL8188EUS chip) and the default r8188eu driver doesn't allow it.
After googling a bit, I found this driver. After cloning the 220.127.116.11 branch, I ran
make install without issues (the new driver is
The problem is, after running
lsusb -t, the old
r8188eu is still used, even if the newly compiled 8188eu is loaded :
# lsmod Module Size Used by 8188eu 1830912 0 r8188eu 487424 0 lib80211 16384 1 r8188eu cfg80211 761856 2 8188eu,r8188eu ... ... ...
So, how can I get the new driver to work with my adapter ? Did I do something wrong at compile time ?