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INSTALLING UBUNTU ALONGSIDE WINDOWS 10 Installing Linux is easy, requires no BIOS reconfig/secure boot nonsense. I've tested tested with both 14.04 LTS and 15.10. First build an Ubuntu install disk on a USB thumb drive (either 15.10 or 14.04 LTS). Boot into windows, use Disk Management utility to shrink Windows partition, reboot and boot from USB by ...


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From #debian-boot on OFTC: 06:47 <musca> faheem: yes, the dvd series is much bigger, but only the first three images are available as http downloads. 06:50 <musca> for stretch the number of DVD images is 15 http://cdimage.debian.org/cdimage/weekly-builds/amd64/jigdo-dvd/ 06:55 <musca> faheem: let me point out: you really don't need ...


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Yes, you can install Linux to a drive without booting any kind of special installer. There are many ways to do this. First, you can manually partition the drive, create a filesystem onto it, create a working chroot, install the applications you want onto the drive (including, of course, a kernel, which you would want to compile fairly generically, or ...


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Yes , i had the same issue a few days back and the dd command didn't work for me , it couldn't find the media in the usb key. Then i downloaded Universal usb installer ,create bootable usb for CentOS and it worked. You can follow: Create a bootable USB stick on Windows


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Hey below command I am using from 2 years. Do it as root user # dd if=/path/to/iso of=/dev/sdX bs=4M ; sync And it worked everytime. Note: At the time of installation if you are dropping to BusyBox shell then its a different issue. If above command didnt worked for you then let me know what you did and what you got while trying. Hope that helps.


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Try this in login window: Username: root Password: password the "root" is exactly word "root", means root user the "password" is the password you created during installation. From: https://forums.kali.org/showthread.php?18428-Username-PW-login-failure-to-Kali-Linux



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