Like any other Linux distribution, Kali Linux also comes with its own repositories from where you can install and update your system packages. These repositories are found in the sources.list file in the /etc/apt directory. When you install Kali Linux for the first time, you should see the following default repositories in the sources.list file. You can view the file by executing the command below:
If you want to install additional software, you might be required to add external repositories other than those meant for the Kali Linux system. These new repositories should NOT be added to the /etc/apt/sources.list file. Instead, they are stored in their own separate directory. The most common path for external repositories is the /etc/apt/sources.list.d directory. For example, to install Signal on Kali Linux, we would need to add the repository deb [arch=amd64] xenial main in your /sources.list.d directory.
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It is important to know which branch of Kali you are using. My Kali install is using the kali-rolling branch, which is the main default branch of Kali, which most people tend to be using. As such, my system is configured to use the kali-rolling repository.
Alternatively, there are other repositories if you are using a different Kali branch, such as kali-experimental or kali-last-snapshot. You can find out how to add the correct repository for these branches here.
To break this down a little, using the example above, we are saying that we want to add a deb archive, the source/mirror for the repository is , the Kali branch is kali-rolling and the packages we wish to include from the repo are main, non-free and contrib. Read more about the packages here.
When creating new sshd keys ensure they are actually recreated, if they do not have current date then most likely they did not. I took a look here forums.kali.org/showthread.php5723-Change-your-Kali-default-ssh-keys and basically one step that was done extra was move old keys to different folder, then it recreated keys.
root@kali:/etc/ssh# dpkg-reconfigure openssh-serverCreating SSH2 RSA key; this may take some time ...3072 SHA256:xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxllaouarere root@kali (RSA)Creating SSH2 ECDSA key; this may take some time ...256 SHA256:xdaalalfjlaflafjalfjalf root@kali (ECDSA)Creating SSH2 ED25519 key; this may take some time ...256 SHA256:lajlfajflajflajflajflafjalfjalfjaljlaf root@kali (ED25519)rescue-ssh.target is a disabled or a static unit, not starting it.
root@kali:# apt-get install tor-geoipdbReading package lists... DoneBuilding dependency treeReading state information... DoneSome packages could not be installed. This may mean that you haverequested an impossible situation or if you are using the unstabledistribution that some required packages have not yet been createdor been moved out of Incoming.The following information may help to resolve the situation:
i swear to christ, i have reinstalled Kali Linux at LEAST 15 times, and ive tried EVERY DAMN tutorial i have found on google on how to fix the \"update\" issue. i just cant make any headway here. Have any of you had this problem after flashing kali to SD, and running it, try to \"update & Upgrade\" then screen goes blank, curser flashes and its not really functional ... can somebody please helppppp meeee!!!
First off. Uninstall Kali. Problem 1. Solved. It is a garbage distro. Use Debian base. Put it together yourself. I know, its alot of work. So is installing a bunch of times. Kali is nice in concept but really its not very good. Even Kali devs recommend you don't use it. Unless I am greatly mistaken, Every piece of software on kali is found in other debian repos. I know that most are. Also a big theme of this article is getting software not from kali as its usually poorly maintained. They, kali, have a great website full of things to install on a better distro. Just don't get it from them. If you got Debian your good, I am sure. You could probably find similar for others like arch, and perhaps better maintained. Kali is a fad because its a good idea. But I have even tried it and its junkware. Make life easy on yourself and install MX and start hunting the packages. Or base Debian if you want to work a little for it.
Quick question if anybody can shed some light. Using VirtualBox - installed iso from kali site verified. Tried the Live, The ova, and finally the full distro. Upon firing up I get the Kali screen choose Kali and then get screen black - flashing cursor - no CMD Line Any Ideas
I suggest you check your sources.list and remove unnecessary lines or sources in it. You can check this link ( -use/kali-linux-sources-list-repositories) for the official Kali Linux repositories to be included in the sources.list. After fixing the sources.list, issue apt-get update and apt-get install chromium and redo the steps in the post. Hope this helps.
To install all kali Linux tools, type 0 (zero) and press ENTER key. This will install all tools. It will take a while depending upon the Internet speed. Also, make sure you have sufficient space available in your hard drive. Installing all Kali Linux might consume a lot of disk space.
Spatio-temporal behaviour of dissolved organic carbon (DOC), inorganic carbon (DIC) and silica (DSi) along the salinity gradient of three south-west Indian monsoonal estuaries are presented. This study showed both conservative and non-conservative behaviour of DOC along the salinity gradient under varying physico-chemical conditions. The gross flux of DOC arriving at the estuary from the rivers was estimated as 0.9 109 g/yr for Sita-Swarna river, 4.2 109 g/yr for Sharavati river and 5.6 109 g/yr for Kali river. Similarly, the net fluxes of DOC estimated beyond the estuarine zone was 5.5 109 g/yr (Sita-Swarna), 8.0 109 g/yr (Sharavati) and 7.7 109 g/yr (Kali). This indicates that these estuaries are the sources of organic carbon to the ocean. The DIC linearly increased towards the higher salinity with net fluxes of 38 109 g/yr (Sita-Swarna), 75 109 g/yr (Sharavati) and 97 109 g/yr (Kali). The combined DIC flux of Sita-Swarna, Sharavati and Kali rivers is 8% of the total DIC fluxes received from the west flowing rivers of India, to the Arabian Sea. The DSi showed a biogenic removal of 80-85% in all the studied estuaries. From this study it is concluded that the west flowing river estuaries are net sources of DOC and DIC and net sink for DSi. Consideration of the role of west flowing rivers of peninsular India is important for the better understanding of the carbon dynamics in the river-estuary-ocean boundary.
The error triggered in the terminal (Unable to locate package), says basically that the package cannot be found in the repositories list of apt that you have currently in your Kali Linux. In this short article, we will explain you how to install the checkinstall package adding some missing entries to the sources of apt in Kali Linux.
As part of its operation, Apt uses a file that lists the 'sources' from which packages can be obtained. This file is /etc/apt/sources.list and you need to edit it with some either CLI editor o text editor, we will use the nano editor in this case:
This basically adds the old kali repositories to apt, so we will be able to install the checkinstall tool with the regular command. The first word on each line, deb or deb-src, indicates the type of archive. Deb indicates that the archive contains binary packages (deb), the pre-compiled packages that we normally use. Deb-src indicates source packages, which are the original program sources plus the Debian control file (.dsc) and the diff.gz containing the changes needed for packaging the program.
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