How would I be able to create a chroot environment for running Kali Linux in Ubuntu? I've tried debootstrap, but it has no configuration for Kali.

I understand that this is broad, but I've spent a solid hour on Google and found nothing.

closed as too broad by Jeff Schaller, jordanm, mdpc, roaima, Satō Katsura Mar 3 '17 at 5:20

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  • Please specify whether you wish to chroot from Kali to some other environment, (say Ubuntu), or vice-versa, or what... – agc Mar 3 '17 at 3:10
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    I would recommend this be reopened. It has become a good question since it was closed. Short answer: Basically, you need to somehow get a root image of a Kali installation and copy it to the chroot folder. One way would be to install it onto a flash drive and copy the contents over to the folder. Another, which would also support dual-booting, would be to install it onto another partition on the main HD, and mount that partition as a folder under Ubuntu which you could then chroot into. – Duncan X Simpson Mar 5 '17 at 20:29