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    I looking old 386 verisons Kali

    Hello, please recommend me ISO for 386 old hardware, here I have several computers on socket 370 - CELERON 600 MHZ / RAM 64 MB and CELERON 800 MHZ / RAM 512 MB and two computers on socket 478 - PENTIUM IV / RAM 2 GB / as well as three units of socket 462 - AMD ATHLON XP 1150 GHZ / RAM 2 GB

    I just want to give a second life to these computers. So, I will ask if someone can give me links to old archive versions, 32 bit. Thanks in advance!
    Newbie:

    - Why is the process so complicated and confusing, shutting down Linux requires 10 commands twice, and finally a password?


    Network admin:

    - That is because you should never shut down a server, since it is an unforgivable sin!

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    You can find all versions of Kali ISO's and virtual images previously released here;

    https://old.kali.org/kali-images/


    Even the latest released Kali has a live-i386 version..
    https://old.kali.org/kali-images/kali-2023.4/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred Sheehan View Post
    You can find all versions of Kali ISO's and virtual images previously released here;

    https://old.kali.org/kali-images/


    Even the latest released Kali has a live-i386 version..
    https://old.kali.org/kali-images/kali-2023.4/
    Thank you very much Fred... this is exactly what I needed!

    I wish you a successful new year 2024, and lots of luck!

    Best Regards!
    Newbie:

    - Why is the process so complicated and confusing, shutting down Linux requires 10 commands twice, and finally a password?


    Network admin:

    - That is because you should never shut down a server, since it is an unforgivable sin!

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    I would guess, an older version would include armitage.

    I tried it last year but it was buggy. So may be an older version may work for the task.

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    https://old.kali.org/kali-images/kali-2016.1/ or a few of the later releases, may be 2017.

    Would this from eight years back be okay to install on a USB using rufus, and then use armitage on it. 2.7GB so it is much smaller than the recent ALL in one, 10GB, and the live one of 3.9GB.

    Using a 2016 release does have a functioning armitage, I use msfdb init in the console and then armitage. So windows xp service pack 1 is fine, I used a phyiscal system on ethernet to test it.

    As for the newer version, I don't know about any of that or if a new release will have it sorted. Considering how old the system I tested it on is, it is pretty dated now.
    Last edited by kaliwindowsxp; 2024-03-30 at 19:44. Reason: 2016 release is fine for armitage and XP Service pack 1

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    Balena Etcher is a better program to burn ISO images to USB much more reliable and available for all platforms;

    https://etcher.balena.io/

    Armitage last release was in 2022;

    https://www.kali.org/tools/armitage/

    https://github.com/r00t0v3rr1d3/armitage

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