KALI – First things to do after installing Kali Debian Linux – The Visual Guide


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Step 1 – Install Synaptic Package Manager

apt-get install synaptic

synapticSystem Tools > Administration > Synaptic

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Step 2 – Install the AMAZING Lazy Kali Script

 http://uwnthesis.wordpress.com/2013/07/31/kali-how-to-easily-update-kali-lazy-kali-script/

https://code.google.com/p/lazykali/downloads/list

lazyLazy Kali is a mandatory step.  Install it – and you’ll understand my enthusiasm for this legendary script.

Use Lazy Kali to install hackpack.

hackpack

Step 3 – Make 64 Bit into a multi architecture system.

Root Terminal

dpkg –add-architecture i386

apt-get update

apt-get install wine-bin:i386


This means you now have a multi architecture system and the Configure Wine option under System Tools.

This is really useful where your printer drivers are 32 bit and your Kali is 64 bit.

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Step 4  – Set Vista in Wine

Applications > System Tools > Configure Wine

Application Tab

Select “XP” or “Vista”.

Click Apply

Step 5 – Run Office 2007

Places > Office 2007 CD > look for setup.exe

Right click Setup.exe > Open…

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