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    Question Install Kali 2016.2 on Macbook Pro Early 2011

    Hi there.
    I already did Kali 2016.2 bootable with "Mac Linux USB Loader" (USB Fat)
    and after install rEFInd on Mac OS the usb is recognized.
    20161209_012748.jpg

    The only problem is I dont have the option menu for choice between "Install or Live USB."
    Just run like Live USB.
    20161209_012759.jpg
    or what should i put in Modify Linux kernel boot option ??
    20161209_012805.jpg

    How da ... can i install Kali ?? help.
    I tried diferent way to make an usb bootable dd, Mac Linux USB Loader, unetbootin.
    if the problem was how i did bootable the usb.

    Because my main idea was install Kali in other disk. ( i want remove the original hard disk, and put my other hard disk) and after install kali put it in the mac computer..

    Sorry for my beautiful English, I hope your eyes are not bleeding when u finish to read this.

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    I'm having the same problem as you.
    Hope someone can help us

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    Still the same problem using 2017.1
    Just I can enter to the Live USB, doesn't show me the option to Install

    reFind 0.10.7
    Mac Linux USB Loader 3.3

    My OS
    Screen Shot 2017-04-30 at 20.52.45.jpg
    Pendrive
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    Screen Shot 2017-04-30 at 20.57.43.jpg

    EDIT :
    Screen Shot 2017-05-01 at 01.16.17.jpg
    Edit the enterprise.cfg ( I take it from the Mac Linux USB Loader forum)

    #This file is machine generated. Do not modify it unless you know what you are doing.

    entry Kali Installer
    family Debian
    initrd /install/gtk/initrd.gz
    kernel /install/gtk/vmlinuz findiso=/efi/boot/boot.iso boot=live noconfig=sudo username=root hostname=kali
    reboot mac, and start installing but like the 5 step the installation start looking for the cd-room . so.... I am stuck there..
    any ideas how to solved :P ?
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    Finally I have installed Kali in my Macbook Pro Early 2011

    The easy way for me was.

    Step 1 : Install Ubuntu from USB..
    After is installed
    Step 2 : Install rEFInd ...again..
    Step 3 : Make an USB bootable with Kali with the Startup Disk Creator
    Step 4 : Finally!!! the Menu with the possibility that start the USB with diferent modes (+ Install Kali )

    from here ahead, I couldnt use the touchpad, so using just the keyboard.
    was long... but works :P
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    Last edited by Black-Knight; 2017-05-06 at 05:32 PM. Reason: Update #2 Finally Kali Installed

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