There is a ton of tutorials on how to make your Pi a hotspot router, but all of them are using ethernet as the "income". What I would like to achieve is to connect to WiFi with my USB WiFi adapter and share the Internet via a hotspot using the Raspberry Pi internal WiFi adapter (or if the signal of the internal WiFi will be slow, I can plug in another WiFi dongle for broadcasting). I tried to follow and adapt this tutorial for my purpose, but I guess I'm just too noob :). If anyone could point to similar tutorial or have any idea how to achieve this I would be very thankful.

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    It is difficult to help you as you have provided to less detail. You said you tried to adapt a tutorial but don't tell us what you changed from the tutorial. So please change you question and add the relevant parts of the tutorial and what you changed.
    – Uwe Plonus
    Nov 8, 2018 at 11:04

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You can have a look at this tutorial

It is quite detailled

I succeeded with it but i have found 2 problems (1 is solved). You can see my question about them

  • Linked resources are not guaranteed permanent. At least outline/summarise the solution to provide a rounded complete answer.
    – Charemer
    Nov 9, 2018 at 16:23

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