USB WiFi card help linux

Hello everyone

I have recently installed Kali Linux on one of my machines. I can not get my TP-Link USB WiFi card to install. I may get be doing this wrong. It is not on a VM. It is installed on a hard disk.
Yes I am new to Linux. I am venturing into Linux. I understand what type of OS this is and it's a learning thing. Just to get that out of the way.
If anyone can help with some instruction. It would be appreciated.

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    Open terminal... Type apt-get update and press enter
    then type
    apt-get install linux-image-$(uname -r|sed 's,[^-]*-[^-]*-,,') linux-headers-$(uname -r|sed 's,[^-]*-[^-]*-,,') broadcom-sta-dkms
    and press enter.
    Reply to Sohom
  2. For a person learning Linux, Kali is the least appropriate option. Get a distro (Ubuntu, Mint) appropriate for beginners. You don't have to claim to your friends you're hacker only because you use Kali.

    Second - not all WiFi USB adapters have drives for Linux.

    @Sohom - are you sure you want a script kiddie around?
    Reply to Alabalcho
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