It has great contents! I have a problem with my dual boot installation. Do you know what the problem is? Can you help me? I don't see any updates in the last 18 months or so. Will it support the latest versions? The application is now at version 3. Its user interface has been totally re-designed since this article was posted and it has new features too! Hi, thanks for the article.
THough I came in quite late in doing this, it works ok. My question pertains to downloading drivers on my Macbook Pro. Everytime I would log out, and would again log in using Linux, my wifi cannot be detected, and I still have to download the drivers again thru the net. IS there a way to wake the need to download disappear, and save the drivers, so that next time I wanna use Linux, don't have to download anything anymore..
I assume I format per your directions and then manually drag and drop the relevant iso file, correct? Thanks for the article. Really helpful.
Creating an Encrypted Persistent Kali Linux USB Drive
But I was wondering how to make it so that my mac always starts up with OSX, but I can use Linux if I just press the option key when it starts up. In other words, how do you get rid of that screen on startup that asks what you want to boot with? When you reach the boot volume selection screen, hold down the Control key before hitting Return. On most Macs that should turn the arrow into a circular arrow, indicating that the selected volume will be automatically booted from thereafter. Just tried ubuntu latest version with Mac Linux USB loader latest version but it has problems with loading kernel.
It just never want to boot. Hi Justin, good to see you still writing. Thought I'd point out that the name of the boot loader depends on the architecture of the EFI rather than the operating system. So, bootX It's worth pointing out since models that have fallen off of the support wagon are more likely to get the Linux treatment. Why isn't it possible to just create a regular bootable usb drive, boot of it and install a damn distro?
Honestly I don't get it.
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Hell I wouldn't even complain if I actually bought one, but my girlfriend has one and honestly, I think mac os sucks just to bad to get used to. So I've installed a couple of month ago windows via boot camp still don't get the sense of that because she play wanted to play some games. Unfortunately she doesn't like windows just like me Ok to be honest I'd prefer windows over mac but that's another topic.
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So I wanted to install a nice easy Linux distro additionally. Because Linux just runs. And I'm quite shure it's way faster as macos which is on her Macbook painfully slow. Hell even windows manages to run faster and with more performance. And now I'm reading stuff and watching how in the sake of satan I'm supposed to install a God damn Linux distro additionally. Why the hell must apple make this process hard and annoying? On every damned regular pc it's easy as pie. I'm sick of apple.
I'd never ever buy apple PCs and yes an apple computer is nothing more than a damn PC after facing all this crap when using my girlfriends laptop.
macos - Booting Kali Linux from USB from a MacBook Pro running on Windows 7 - Super User
I've run into complications installing Linux on many computers, but it's true that Macs are more complex than most. I recommend you stick to your own computer and leave your girlfriend's Mac alone. Thanks for the help but i have a problem, there is no usb choice that i can select for destination for mac linux usb loader. I'm using the latest version and I've also tried the one before and still the same problem. That's really quite odd, not sure how to help to be honest. Do you have another drive? If so, does it show up? I cannot update Kali or do anything that takes up storage because of this.
Kali is bootable but only able to use MB of storage. Please help!
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You guys are awesome! My first attempt was at dual booting which resulted in me mucking about in terminal, following the instructions on the Kali website, following those instructions precisely, only to have a different response in terminal than the one outlined on the Kali website. Which ultimately resulted in a lot of wasted time and effort.
gelatocottage.sg/includes/2020-05-12/4300.php Fast forward to now.. Kali Linux running perfectly on my Mac computer. The screen I'm looking at right now is something I've wanted to see for a long time. I think this process was actually even easier than the last OS X update I installed. So a very sincere thank you to both the software developer and to the author of this article for making a complicated process so incredibly easy.
I can't tell you how great it feels to know something I wrote 2 years ago is still helping people. Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment! It just helped me install Kali and make it work. Now if I could just figure out how to make it persistent. Hi, this is the problem I run into "The installation failed because the Enterprise source that you have selected is either incomplete or missing. I am admittedly as uneducated as it comes to computers so this may be a simple fix that I just don't understand so any help would be appreciated greatly! When I tried to load kali onto a usb, It would say that there was a mount error.
That or it would just go to my regular boot screen. Mine worked perfectly.
Make sure you partition it exactly as stated above, and make sure you have the latest release of Kali. Hope that helps. I am running OSX Have tried reformatting several times. Any idea what could be the problem? Thanks in advance.
I'm glad this was helpful for you! I spent a lot of time searching for a solution, and when I couldn't find a working tutorial I put my research together into this. Thank you! Now i have a live distro in my MBP pro middle Just a little problem I can't have a persistent mode I've used ubuntu I've yet to figure out how to get a persistent Linux install on an external drive that will boot on a Mac, I think it would be another tutorial entirely. I am having problems with the USB loader.
Anyone know what to do?