[LETS INSTALL KALI]
*Choose Graphical Install*
*Select your language*
*Select your location*
*Select your keyboard language*
*We love to configure the network after Linux is already up, so you can skip like we did*
*Pick you machine host name (any name that you want)*
*Pick a strong password – Remember – this is a ROOT user*
*Choose your Time Zone*
*This is the most important thing. We’ve 100Gb free space for Linux, So we love to separate the partition like that*
/dev/sda1 = /
/dev/sda2 = /home
/dev/sda5 = swap file.
*In Windows OS the partitions are by Locals, For example : Local C: | Local D: | Local E: …..and so on…..*
*In Linux, it’s a bit different, in Linux it’s called sda*
What is that mean?
/ = root
/home = all the users are exist under /home folder
/swap file = In Windows OS it known as Virtual memory
dev = device
sd = scsi device
sda 1-4 = for primary drives
sda 5 and so on = for logical drives.
The “a” letter is for hard drives only.
*Now, follow us, and create the partitions as we did OR create them how do you like (it is your own choice)* – Hit Manual at the menu*
*Hit Finish & Continue*
*Let’s see, if everything is OK. tap Yes & Continue*
*Choose “No” in Network Mirror, We want a clean install from the ISO file that we’ve just downloaded from Kali website*
*Hit “Yes” for install grub to master boot record (MBR)*
*Choose the drive that you want for the grub. We’ve chose the default*
*Enter your root user & your password*