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    Question RAM for Kali Linux 1.0.9 VMWare 32 bit (i486)

    Hello,

    How much RAM is the Kali Linux 1.0.9 VMWare 32 bit (i486) pre-configured to use. I have been searching on Google and various sites and cannot find the answer. I have limited, slow internet and need to know how much RAM it is pre-configured with so I can make sure to purchase the correct hosting account with the necessary amount of RAM to make sure the image works correctly.

    The direct download link is here, but the first link I posted lists all the available images.

    Thanks.

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    By default its now 2GB in 1.0.9 - I believe in early versions it was 1GB.

    You are able to change the amount of RAM a virtual machine has (when its powered off).
    You can lower it to 1GB and be okay still (I wouldn't go any lower).
    This is a Kali-Linux support forum - not general IT/infosec help.

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    Thanks g0tmi1k! I will give this a try today.

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