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I have to share a pc with my brother, which is a big fan of Windows 10. I, on the other hand, want to write programs on Kali Linux. You see where this is going.
I first wanted to setup a dual boot system, but the hard drive is filled with games, so I was looking around and heard about Linux Live USB sticks. I quickly set one up, but all my data is removed after rebooting the system and the partition, the OS is running on, is just big enough to fit the filesystem and can't be resized.
Is there a way to install Kali Linux normally (no Linux Live stuff) on a standard USB stick?