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Thread: Usb install

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    Usb install

    My goal is to use my live boot USB (kali verified) to install an encrypted install of kali, using the entire disk, on another USB stick.
    Every time I try this, whether I choose Lvm, encrypted Lvm, or regular installs through the graphical option in the live USB, I end up with a failed partition command, with the following error:

    Note that I have replaced variable information with "X" as sometimes it states partitions 2, 5, etc, and of course the drive designation varies based on the attempt,

    Error: Partition(s) "X" on /dev/sdX have been written, but we have been unable to inform the kernel of the change, probably because it/they are in use. As a result, the old partition(s) will remain in use. You should reboot now before making further changes.

    So how can I accomplish the install?
    I have been trying for quite some time with no available resources on the web to help.

    I'm trying to install 64 bit kali (2017.1) on an amd pc
    I don't know what other information to provide hopefully the mod lets it though

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    im not sure I understand you but maybe this will help you:
    In this Book you will find different ways to install kali

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