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    Unhappy unable to install kali full unmet depencies

    Hey all, i hope somebody can help resolve this issue with me.

    Steps before problem occured:
    - downloaded the image for the Odroid-C2
    - DD-ed the image to micro-sd card.
    - resized the 2nc partition
    - booted successfully into kali
    - apt-get update && apt-get upgrade
    - apt-get install kali-linux-full

    And there, in the last step, apt could not install kali-linux-full due to unmet dependencies.
    It was unable to install beef-xss.

    Trying to apt-get install beef-xss results in another missing dependency, ruby-therubyracer.
    therubyracer cannot be installed from apt, so I tried gem install therubyracer were I encountered more errors.

    Searching the web I've found only a few threads, but most are about issues when beef-xss is already installed.
    The only one that seems to hit the nail is this issue over a year old at https://bugs.kali.org/view.php?id=3634

    Could somebody help me, point me in the right directions?
    Many thanks in advance!

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    When you mention failure, show the errors.

    Instead of doing apt-get upgrade, do a dist-upgrade.

    But in case of unmet dependencies, you can try apt-get -f install.

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    Sorry, forgot to mention I did dist-upgrade and apt-get -f install as well.
    And I didn't think those Ruby errors would matter here in the forums. But for full-disclosure I've post it on pastebin, https://pastebin.com/9ry4SqKZ

    Should I not been using the image from https://www.offensive-security.com/k...ux-arm-images/ but instead use armhf image?

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    Anyone any pointers? Doubt I'm the only one running into this.

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    If you could post the whole error, then maybe. If not, then my answer is Google for the error.

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