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    Thumbs up Kali Live Stucks on a job is running with no limit timing

    hey there
    I have bought a new laptop and flashbooted kali 2017.2 on it with rufus and YUMI-2.0.4.9
    it stucks on a job is running ... loop
    the worth part is that has no limit on timer of it.
    but the usb works on other pc and laptops very well please help i'm stuck on this for days now.

    my laptop specifics is

    Code:
    core i5 7300HQ
    nvidia GTX 1050
    12 GIG Ram
    1 TB
    FX553VD ASUS
    sorry for my English I'm Newbie to it

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    Without knowing what it is, it's hard to tell what's wrong.

    What job is it stuck on? Is it on boot or on shutdown? Do you have a screenshot?

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    Hello there

    I have the same issue with my linux Kali, it boots absolutelly normaly on other computer but when I want to boot it as live USB from my Asus rog laptop it gets stuck at this same line.
    What should we do to be able to boot it ?

    I have tried even to install fresh instance of the kali on the other USB, and it is still the same just on that machine. My configuration is PCU intel i7 6700HQ, 16B RAM, GPU Nvidia Geforce 960M, 3.0 usb ports, I have used 2.0 and 3.0 USBs but still were getting same result.

    Please help.

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    tnX for Solutions

    Any way i have find an answer working for me

    1.used YUMI with uefi support

    2. booted up usb and chosen the kali linux but on the page to choose live boot i used the procedure below

    3. Highlight the very first, top option and hit 'e'

    4. Scroll down on the editor and look for the line that starts with 'linux'. Once found append to the end of the line with 'nomodeset'

    5. Press 'F10' to boot. The server should boot and not disconnect if done correctly.

    source

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    Hello there, I followed these instructions but the problem is: I don't have any access on the option "e" probably because I boot on my USB key. I thought maybe I could change the value directly in the files on Windows but it seems complicated.

    Any ideas? I looked up everywhere on the web

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    Hello guys I actually found the workaround to get solved this issue somehow. If you boot from GRUB loader select kali linux and press E navigate cursor to row where starting with Linux then on the end of the row replace "quiet splash" with "nouveau.modeset=0" (without quote marks), if you load directly from quick boot menu choose to boot from usb and then when you get option select to boot live or, persistence pres TAB, separate with one SPACE key and then type nouveau.modeset=0, and just press ENTER. after this Kali should boot in with no problems. this is a workaround, that I haven't so far found the way hot to permanently solve so every time you boot in to kali you need to perform this step, but at least you will be able to use it on your laptop. Try it out and let me know did it saved the day

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    Yeah it works perfectly for me ! But the configuration doesn't stay after reboot like the azerty mode

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    Talking THANKS!!! Permanent Fix Here:

    Quote Originally Posted by Alokinikola View Post
    Hello guys I actually found the workaround to get solved this issue somehow. If you boot from GRUB loader select kali linux and press E navigate cursor to row where starting with Linux then on the end of the row replace "quiet splash" with "nouveau.modeset=0" (without quote marks), if you load directly from quick boot menu choose to boot from usb and then when you get option select to boot live or, persistence pres TAB, separate with one SPACE key and then type nouveau.modeset=0, and just press ENTER. after this Kali should boot in with no problems. this is a workaround, that I haven't so far found the way hot to permanently solve so every time you boot in to kali you need to perform this step, but at least you will be able to use it on your laptop. Try it out and let me know did it saved the day
    You are awesome, and yes it did save the day!! Here's how you take your fix and make it permanent:
    - Apply your fix to get booted into the system.
    - Open a terminal and enter vi /etc/default/grub
    - Edit the line that has "quiet" to change the word "quiet" to "nouveau.modeset=0"
    - Enter :wq to save and quit the file
    - Enter update-grub at the terminal to make sure the change you made take effect.
    - Reboot normally and it should work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alokinikola View Post
    Hello guys I actually found the workaround to get solved this issue somehow. If you boot from GRUB loader select kali linux and press E navigate cursor to row where starting with Linux then on the end of the row replace "quiet splash" with "nouveau.modeset=0" (without quote marks), if you load directly from quick boot menu choose to boot from usb and then when you get option select to boot live or, persistence pres TAB, separate with one SPACE key and then type nouveau.modeset=0, and just press ENTER. after this Kali should boot in with no problems. this is a workaround, that I haven't so far found the way hot to permanently solve so every time you boot in to kali you need to perform this step, but at least you will be able to use it on your laptop. Try it out and let me know did it saved the day
    Hey, when I press 'e' there is nothing after Linux that says 'quiet splash', I am trying to install kali-linux-2018.1-amd64 through a bootable USB Driver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redhataugust View Post
    You are awesome, and yes it did save the day!! Here's how you take your fix and make it permanent:
    - Apply your fix to get booted into the system.
    - Open a terminal and enter vi /etc/default/grub
    - Edit the line that has "quiet" to change the word "quiet" to "nouveau.modeset=0"
    - Enter :wq to save and quit the file
    - Enter update-grub at the terminal to make sure the change you made take effect.
    - Reboot normally and it should work.
    I've been able to do this with full installs but I thought there was no way for this to work on a USB install because it's mounted at Read-only. Hopefully I'm wrong cause I've been trying to fix this on all of my kali usb drives.

    It's a huge problem because most of our new computers have nvidia cards.

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