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Install Kali Linux on Windows 10 using Hyper-V

Install Kali Linux on Windows 10 using Hyper-V

Kali
Step 1: Download Kali Linux 64-bit ISO Step 2: Install Hyper-V feature on Windows 10 Type Turn Windows features on or off in search.Expand Hyper-V and select everything. Click on OK. Reboot the Windows 10 machine. Step 3: Configure Hyper-V for Kali Linux Type Hyper-V Manager in the search and select it.In the left pane, you will be seeing your machine name. Right-click on it and New -> Virtual Machine. Specify the name of your virtual machine. If you want to save the virtual machine at a different location, select the check box and browse to the location. Click on Next. Leave the generation to Generation 1. Click on Next. Assign memory to the virtual machine. To use the dynamic memory for the virtual machine, select the option Use Dynamic Memory ...
Install Ubuntu GUI on Windows within WSL2

Install Ubuntu GUI on Windows within WSL2

Linux
Prerequisites for WSL2 To run WSL2 on Windows 10, your x64 window system needs to be on version 1903 or higher, with build 18362 or higher. Version 2004 or higher with build 19041 or higher is required for ARM64 systems.To check your version and build number, press Windows logo + R, type winver, and click OK.If you do not have the required version, just update your windows. Install Windows Subsystem for Linux Using PowerShell (WSL2) Open Windows PowerShell as Administrator.Run command to enable WSL feature : dism.exe /online /enable-feature /featurename:Microsoft-Windows-Subsystem-Linux /all /norestart Run command to enable Virtual Machine feature : dism.exe /online /enable-feature /featurename:VirtualMachinePlatform /all /norestart Enable-WindowsOptionalFeature ...
Linux user environment (The Shell)

Linux user environment (The Shell)

Linux
1. Log in to CLI When a user logs in to the system and accesses the CLI, an environment provided by the system to the user to perform different tasks, it is called 'Shell'. If you log in using the CLI utility, the system prints the prompt '#' or '$' along with the username and hostname. The difference between the two prompts is, '#' is for superuser i.e. root. '$' is for the rest of the users. For ordinary users For user root You type commands that get executed, it is not the doing of the kernel, but, a command interpreter i.e. shell.Shell is just a program of Linux, with some additional features.There are few benefits of having a shell between you and the kernel. Like filename shorthand, input-output direction, and personalizing the environment. 2. Filename shortha...
CentOS 8 GUI tour with screenshots

CentOS 8 GUI tour with screenshots

Linux
In the previous post, I have shown you how to install CentOS 8. Here I am, again, this time with a post on CentOS 8 GUI tour. Let's get this party started, just switch on your system and follow my instructions and screenshots. 1. Login page of CentOS 8 GUI You will get a login page with all the created users listed.During the installation, we have created a user 'Linux Hawks' and you can select the same.This whole section will be covering in 'Classic (X11 display server)' mode. Once you select the user, it will ask you for the password. Enter the password and click on 'Sign In'. 2. Welcome Page A 'Welcome' page will appear on the screen if the user is log in the first time in the system.By default 'English' is select, you can change the language as per your requirem...
CentOS 8 installation with screenshots

CentOS 8 installation with screenshots

Linux
CentOS 8 has been released on 24 September 2019. It is a community version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 (RHEL 8). Installing CentOS 8 is same as installing 7.x with slight changes on installer UI. Let's begin with the process. Step 1: Download CentOS 8 DVD ISO Step 2: Create bootable installation media using Ultra ISO Download and install the latest version of Ultra ISOInsert a USB drive.Open Ultra ISO on your system and go to File --> Open A dialog box will open, redirect to the location where you have kept the CentOS 8 ISO image file.Now go to Bootable --> Write Disk Image A dialog box will appear on the screen, click on 'Write'.Warning dialog box will appear and asking for permission to format the inserted USB drive. Click on 'Yes'. Once the write task...
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