So I'm running Kali on my Raspberry PI Zero W and have a simple USB wifi card attached via USB (No hub). The Pi is set up headless, so no desktop, auto wif, I, or auto-login. I'm using the internal foramina ssh connection and the external one in monitor mode.
But when I'm starting it up it seems to always prioritize the theUSBb wifi card and won't even start the internal one so I just have connections via the wlan1 external card and ifconfig shows that wlan0 doesn't exist. But when I disconnect the external card it works just fine with wlan0, except sometimes it connects for a few seconds and then disappears again but wlan0 is still up.
On start-up, it always just says: "wlan1 link ready" with the external one attached. Only sometimes it works shortly and then breaks the connection with the internal one and with ifconfig again no wlan0.
Is there any way to maybe disable the external one till the boot is complete or start-up both?