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Thread: Problems with installing Kali Linux

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    Problems with installing Kali Linux

    Guys, I'm trying to install Kali Lunix. I creating a Bootable Kali Linux USB Drive using Rufus, Partition GPT, File system fat32. I launch the flash drive via F12 in the BIOS. A small installer appears in a quarter of the screen, I click on Install and then comes this!

    https://pp.userapi.com/c824201/v8242...M4F8QweSLg.jpg

    Name - Acer S3-391-33314G52add
    CPU - Intel Core i3-3227U 1.90GHz
    GPU - Intel HD Graphics 4000
    RAM - 4 Гб DDR3 1600 МГц

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    Boot kali live and see if it is compatible with your graphic card.

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    Well, on live mode it is loaded. But how to check compatibility of the graphic card?

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    In general, if Kali runs in live mode, it will install ok. Having a look at the output of dmesg and lspci may also help.

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    Your Laptop is unable to take the load of all the file of kali linux, my opinion will be to upgrade your Laptop

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    Quote Originally Posted by grid View Post
    In general, if Kali runs in live mode, it will install ok. Having a look at the output of dmesg and lspci may also help.
    Well, then how can I set it to hdd if I have graphical artifacts in any mode of installation (graphic, text mode)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashuy360 View Post
    Your Laptop is unable to take the load of all the file of kali linux, my opinion will be to upgrade your Laptop
    There is an article where it is shown that on my laptop install Kali Linux. - http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/top...ingle-true-gpt -ssd /

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    Honestly, I'm not sure. I'd file a bug report on this over at bugs.kali.org, and see if the Kali developers can help you out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grid View Post
    Honestly, I'm not sure. I'd file a bug report on this over at bugs.kali.org, and see if the Kali developers can help you out.
    That would be perfect!

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    You can specify parameters how installer should proceed. Once you boot USB press e to open boot parameters and add the line nomodeset quiet splash i think somewhere in the 2nd last line. Then proceed to graphical install.

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    I'm having the exact same issue as euppi98, I don't believe the issue is with the laptop since It's already running Kali, I'm trying to do a fresh install.
    I tried with the e17 and gnome iso, both with the same result.

    Any ideas of what could be going wrong?

    Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by _defalt View Post
    You can specify parameters how installer should proceed. Once you boot USB press e to open boot parameters and add the line nomodeset quiet splash i think somewhere in the 2nd last line. Then proceed to graphical install.
    Alas, it's still the same graphic artifact. Maybe I enter a wrong parameter?

    Before entering the command:
    https://pp.userapi.com/c840521/v8405...-mhsqhmf5o.jpg

    After entering the command:
    https://pp.userapi.com/c840521/v8405...GvTUHpjQW8.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by euppi98 View Post
    Alas, it's still the same graphic artifact. Maybe I enter a wrong parameter?

    Before entering the command:
    https://pp.userapi.com/c840521/v8405...-mhsqhmf5o.jpg

    After entering the command:
    https://pp.userapi.com/c840521/v8405...GvTUHpjQW8.jpg
    You didn't notice it. There is already a word written quiet in the second line. You were supposed to replace that with nomodeset quiet splash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _defalt View Post
    You didn't notice it. There is already a word written quiet in the second line. You were supposed to replace that with nomodeset quiet splash.
    I replaced the word "quiet" as you told me, but it's still the same.

    Here is the proof, of the link to the video - https://vimeo.com/245737103

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    I would report this issue on https://bugs.kali.org. Can you switch to Intel HD graphics from your UEFI settings because these problems are caused by discrete graphic card? You can also try kali weekly image, see if that boots correctly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _defalt View Post
    I would report this issue on https://bugs.kali.org. Can you switch to Intel HD graphics from your UEFI settings because these problems are caused by discrete graphic card? You can also try kali weekly image, see if that boots correctly.
    Alas, but on my laptop is only a built-in Intel hd 4000 video card. And the default is to use only it.

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    Try with kali weekly image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _defalt View Post
    Try with kali weekly image.
    The same thing.
    Took an image from here - https://cdimage.kali.org/kali-images/kali-weekly/
    Last edited by euppi98; 2017-12-06 at 12:38.

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    Report the issue on https://bugs.kali.org

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    When you boot USB, go to Advance options and press e to open boot parameters and replace the word quiet with nomodeset quiet. Press F10 to boot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _defalt View Post
    When you boot USB, go to Advance options and press e to open boot parameters and replace the word quiet with nomodeset quiet. Press F10 to boot.
    Does not work (((

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    Try with new kali weekly iso.

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