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The important part is here: mce: [Hardware Error]: Machine check: Processor context corrupt Kernel panic - not syncing: Fatal machine check A machine check is a signal directly from the CPU itself that a serious error has been detected. Unfortunately, the most common reasons for machine checks are various kinds of hardware faults. It might be: simple CPU ...


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Your Windows(which seems to be the default) bootloader does not know about your Linux. It will be best if you configure your Linux GRUB to know about your Windows partition and use it as a default bootloader. Here you can see an example guide: https://itsfoss.com/grub-customizer-ubuntu/ It has an ubuntu as an example, but GRUB configuration should not be ...


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You do not need to boot to Kali from your internal drive to do what you want. Boot the laptop from an USB Live Distro and access the laptop's drive via the Live Distro. From there, you can copy the contents to another external drive. Otherwise, open the laptop, remove the drive, insert it into an USB enclosure and make it an external drive (whose contents ...


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If your VM includes a Linux swap partition, it might contain the hibernation data, so there will not be a file to delete. Anyway, if you can access the GRUB bootloader of the VM, add the boot option noresume to avoid any attempts to resume from hibernation and execute a full normal start-up instead. (Some virtualization methods that use paravirtualization ...


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I experienced the same issue after upgrading under Centos 7 to version 8.51.0.86-1.x86_64 from 8.50.0.38-1.x86_64. I found by examining the logfile, the following messsage: FATAL:setuid_sandbox_host.cc(157)] The SUID sandbox helper binary was found, but is not configured correctly. Rather than run without sandboxing I'm aborting now. You need to make ...


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So, your skypeforlinux version is 8.51.0.86, the current up-to-date version at this moment - which was released fairly recently. In fact, I have the exact same version on my Debian 10 system, and it works just fine. The int3 is a x86 processor instruction that is used to implement debugging breakpoints. But in your case, the int3 is encountered while ...


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To temporarily bypass this issue, I ran swapoff -a Then, I commented out the swap partition's uuid in /etc/fstab Then, I commented out the swap partition's uuid in /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/resume and finally update-grub update-initramfs -u This worked like a charm


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What worked for me on OSX is combining Daniel Simon's answer and ddburrjr's comment. Download a fresh .iso image from the official web page of Kali Linux. Start VirtualBox and open the settings for the Kali Linux virtual machine. Add the downloaded iso image in the 'storage page' as a virtual cd. How? Select 'Controller: IDE' and press CD button on the ...


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Another nice option here is to use the tool that has been written by Dyne. https://github.com/dyne/Tomb It is a nice set of scripts that handle a number of Unix tools to make encrypting Folders / Files easier. Main page for the tool is here.


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