I am trying to install the latest Kali version on my laptop:
- Got the official ISO from docs.kali.org
- Created bootable Kali USB using Win32 Disk Imager
- Booted the target machine from USB and got through until the point where the graphical installation complains about not being able to read from CD-ROM
- Followed instructions in this answer
- The graphical installation still isn't able to read from the CDROM
There are two suggestions in the answer mentioned above:
when the Window shows CDROM couldn't be mounted ,
- Unplug your USB from system and re insert it
- wait for mount/ detection (usb LED glow)
- Hit Continue
This doesn't solve the issue of not being able to read from CDROM. The only thing I recognized is that the
sdb1 item in the
/dev folder has gone for good.
Mount the USB as CDROM
mount -t vfat /dev/sdb1 /cdrom
I tried that, although I did not create a
cdromdirectory in root as it was already present.
So what I get here is:
mount: mounting /dev/sdb1 on /cdromfailed: Device or resource busy
I am pretty new to the Linux world, so any help is appreciated.