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Thread: Trying to understand the limits of dual booting with Win10

  1. #1
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    Trying to understand the limits of dual booting with Win10

    So if I understand it correctly I need to partition the disk using a live installation, and then to install that same live version to the disk.

    My question is about being unable to install meta packages: does this mean i can't add meta packages during installation OR
    does it mean i can't add metapackages at all?

    In other words, does the live installation just have this limitation built in?

    Sorry for the dumb question :P

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    Live images are by their nature 'ISO' or 'fixed' images, essentially virtual DVD's if you install it fully to disk, you can then add what you want afterwards.
    If your after a persistent USB that you can update etc;

    https://www.kali.org/docs/usb/usb-persistence/

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