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Thread: Dual booting Kali with Ubuntu 16.04

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    Question Dual booting Kali with Ubuntu 16.04

    Hy All ..

    I'm install Kali linux light from USB boot, in installation process intall grub is failed, i continue with finish installation without boot loader, i repaired grub bootloader via Kali Live System, but the boot loader still not work, and if i restart my laptop, i go to ubuntu, without dual boot loader, how i can fix this ?

    I try to install Kali 64 bit Light, my plan is dualboot with ubuntu 16.04.

    Thank you before.
    Last edited by setanxyz; 2017-05-19 at 12:18 PM. Reason: specify my question

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    Do you see Kali linux in boot menu options? Boot menu options contains all the bootloaders you have installed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _defalt View Post
    Do you see Kali linux in boot menu options? Boot menu options contains all the bootloaders you have installed.
    No, I don't see, are can install bootloader manualy ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by setanxyz View Post
    No, I don't see, are can install bootloader manualy ?
    Follow this post to reinstall grub: https://forums.kali.org/showthread.p...ll=1#post70606

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    you need to go for the new grub dual boot loader on windows ......(re install the linux).... this gonna help u out

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    Just make a separate root (and also home, eventually) partition. Kali is Ubuntu-like (or based) but there won't be real conflicts.
    You can also install the software from Kali into your normal Ubuntu distro and simply change the interface on logon. Though there can exist only one display manager, most likely lightdm if you don't install something else like kdm, gdm...
    Another option (advanced) is to use chroot for the secondary system. You need to learn about chroot, su, startx...

    Regards,
    Christian
    http://cloudappsportal.com/
    Last edited by ChristianC123; 2017-06-17 at 04:36 PM.

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