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You should be able to create it with dd on a Mac. I have done this successfully with an Arch Linux ISO. Make sure the output destination is the USB device, not a partition on the device.


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I'm having the exact same issue on that Laptop. What you can do is install Kali 2.0. Enable Legacy boot in BIOS (whatever it's called) and then change boot order to P2 (or whatever the DVD drive is) but not UEFI. That will work but there seems to be an issue in the latest 2016 that prevents the installation, I believe it might be a graphics driver issue.


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Configure Linux os, for example Kali or Ubuntu for my needs. That's out of the scope of a single (or even reasonably few) answer(s). Then encrypt the WHOLE bootable USB drive. If it's not possible to encrypt the WHOLE USB drive, maybe leave just /boot partition decrypted. Rather obviously you can't encrypt the whole boot media, since ...


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After you have mounted them somewhere (/media/usb) do a chroot /media/usb /bin/bash to chroot into the USB system. Do whatever you need to do and exit afterwards. Replace /bin/bash if you prefer another shell or bash isn't available.


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So I found my solution. I installed VirtualBox and mounted the ISO with it. I connected the USB Stick to the VirtualBox and the installation within the Virtual Machine recognized it. Within the Installation I partitioned the USB Stick with the partioning tool. It works. I can now use the USB Stick as a full Linux Distro.


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Try this tuto pendrivelinux Create a new partition Labled live-rw (not casper-rw) formatted ext2 1) Boot from your USB , When the boot-menu appear , hit ESC and type live persistent 2) Using Unetbootin you need set the size of the persistant-partition: 3) Using Lili ,OS updates will use up your persistent space, so don’t update often unless you have a ...


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First check your distru has a software official for usb live creator: Suse ,ubuntu ,fedora have this You can download it from official distru sites It optimize for your distru Secound way using Another tools seem : Unetbootin . Linux live crator . Yumi and ..


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Yesterday I read something about YUMI. Information about YUMI - CLICK HERE I thought it would be nice to have a UNIX-Distro on USB where to boot from - I think this is the Solution but I didn't give it a try yet. EDIT: Found out it only can boot to live ... BUT maybe this Installation Guide gives you some more Details.


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Open gparted and create a new ext2 Primary partition labelled live-rw Boot from the usb Flash drive From the boot-menu press ESC to see the boot prompt and type live persistent All the changes that you make will be saved in the partition live-rw



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