I'm trying to boot Kali on a Mac from an external drive's partition (GUID Partition Map). The drive has 3 partitions, and I have data on the other 2 (that won't fit on my internal drive). I want bootable Kali on the 3rd one, without affecting the other 2.
I followed the instructions here, but I'm guessing that
dd only works for entire drives (rather than partitions). I used
dd … of=/dev/disk2s2 to targent a specific partition, and the command did something (the partition got wiped), but it was unmountable.
I also looked into Linux USB Builder, and unetBootin, but the former only detects the entire drive, and the latter not at all (presumably it has to be formatted FAT32).
Is there a way to do this?