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In the end the answer seems to be the following: The name comes from the remainder of the CD-ROM data (which in retrospect is embarrassingly obvious) You can't change it because it's not even meant to be used or even to be there - after all, you want to use the USB flash drive as a disk, not a CD-ROM. These two have different formats. Generally there is no ...


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It's the volume label. That's the -L flag in mkfs.ext4 or, I think, the -n in mkfs.vfat, and so on. You can change it by passing a new label to it with e2label, or by killing it entirely with dd.


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Your live USB might be corrupt. You might want to try to recreate your live USB using either Win32DiskImager on Windows or with dd on your Ubuntu install.


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the problem in the way you created your live usb ! no doubte you used unetbootin or any other simillar , remember for Kali-linux creat your live usb using dd sudo dd if=/path/to/kali*.iso of=/dev/sdX where sdX is your usb (sda, sdb ...) NOT a part like /dev/sdX1 !


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Do this in VirtualBox. Just set the Live CD iso as your boot device and boot your machine. You should have no problems.


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I was just looking for the same thing and this question is the only thing related I found. Your problem may be solved with LinuxLive_USB_Creator (read as well: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LinuxLive_USB_Creator) Download can be found here: http://www.linuxliveusb.com/en/supported-linuxes You probably have to "install" the livesticks again and this time ...


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Your environment will be portable (as in, can take it anywhere), but won't build portable binaries (as in, run on any distribution). Libraries and configuration varies between distributions, in come cases to the extreme of just not working (has happened several times with C++ libraries, for example). You will run into problems even trying to run stuff from ...


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u can use testdisk this tweak is avaible for all os for example to install it on Ubuntu sudo apt-get install testdisk to run sudo testdisk more informations: [http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/TestDisk]


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Mount the .iso-file and copy the contents over to your USB drive. Press Ctrl + H in Dolphin to display and copy hidden files next


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Boot Settings disable secure boot enable legacy mode reboot from cd


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Toss it. Even if you manage to fix it, you won't trust it with any important data anyway. It is not that a USB stick costs US$150 anymore (What I paid for my first one, I still have it. Just the neckstrap is no more. ;-)



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