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KALI – First things to do after installing Kali Debian Linux – The Visual Guide

20/07/2014

Step 1 – Install Synaptic Package Manager

apt-get install synaptic

synapticSystem Tools > Administration > Synaptic

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Step 2 – Install the AMAZING Lazy Kali Script

 https://uwnthesis.wordpress.com/2013/07/31/kali-how-to-easily-update-kali-lazy-kali-script/

https://code.google.com/p/lazykali/downloads/list

lazyLazy Kali is a mandatory step.  Install it – and you’ll understand my enthusiasm for this legendary script.

Use Lazy Kali to install hackpack.

hackpack

Step 3 – Make 64 Bit into a multi architecture system.

Root Terminal

dpkg –add-architecture i386

apt-get update

apt-get install wine-bin:i386


This means you now have a multi architecture system and the Configure Wine option under System Tools.

This is really useful where your printer drivers are 32 bit and your Kali is 64 bit.

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Step 4  – Set Vista in Wine

Applications > System Tools > Configure Wine

Application Tab

Select “XP” or “Vista”.

Click Apply

Step 5 – Run Office 2007

Places > Office 2007 CD > look for setup.exe

Right click Setup.exe > Open with Wine Windows Program Loader

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Step 6 – Run Office 2007

Applications > Wine > Programs > Microsoft Office

All apps apart from Powerpoint will work.

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Step 7 – Fix Powerpoint

Applications > System Tools > Configure wine

Libraries Tab

“New override for library”

Select “riched20.dll”, then click ADD


Click on the newly added “riched20.dll” file, click Edit and select “Native (Windows” option.

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Step 8 – Launch Office 2007

Applications > Programs > Microsoft Office > Word


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Step 9 – Install Nessus

https://uwnthesis.wordpress.com/2013/07/31/kali-how-to-install-nessus-on-kali/

32 or 64 bit version – check the package name).

dpkg -i Nessus-5.2.1-debian6_amd64.deb

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nessus dpkg

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/etc/init.d/nessusd start

nessus start*****

Step 10 – Install gedit

Applications > System Tools > Administration > Synaptic

gedit

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Step 11 – Install tree

Applications > System Tools > Administration > Synaptic

tree

tree command

tree / | more

tree ~/

tree home

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Step 12 – Install Notepad++

https://uwnthesis.wordpress.com/2014/07/21/kali-how-to-install-notepad-the-visual-guide/

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KALI – How to Install OpenVAS on Kali Debian Linux – The Visual Guide

https://uwnthesis.wordpress.com/2013/08/31/kali-openvas-vulnerability-scanner-how-to-use-openvas-on-kali-debian-linux/

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KALI – How to install NESSUS on Kali – The Visual Guide

https://uwnthesis.wordpress.com/2013/07/31/kali-how-to-install-nessus-on-kali/

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KALI – How to crack passwords using Hashcat – The Visual Guide

https://uwnthesis.wordpress.com/2013/08/07/kali-how-to-crack-passwords-using-hashcat/

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19 Comments
  1. Hvitserk Vandepute permalink

    Works like a charm …. Thank you very much indeed .
    Hvitserk from Belgium .

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  2. bob permalink

    good post man…

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    • Hi Bob,

      Thank you! Glad you liked it – and thanks for leaving a comment… it’s wonderful to hear that’s its useful 🙂

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  3. hello
    thanks for all the info ..
    but for adding multi arch code is
    dpkg –add-architecture i386

    you have given
    dpkg –add-architecture i386
    give following error
    dpkg: error: need an action option

    Type dpkg –help for help about installing and deinstalling packages [*];
    Use `dselect’ or `aptitude’ for user-friendly package management;
    Type dpkg -Dhelp for a list of dpkg debug flag values;
    Type dpkg –force-help for a list of forcing options;
    Type dpkg-deb –help for help about manipulating *.deb files;

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    • Hiya,

      Yes, this is a quirk of wordpress I’m afraid. I copy in the code.. and it insists on formatting it – which makes the code incorrect.
      There’s a screenshot attached, which should show the correct code…
      I don’t know why wordpress insists on being so “helpful”… but it’s the bane of my life sometimes.
      Follow the text in the screenshot and you should be fine.
      Have fun.

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      • oh yes it edited my texts in comment also..
        and thanks again..
        ….

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      • No problem. It’s always nice to have comments and feedback…. it makes certain that what I’m doing is “step by step” and works for everyone. There’s lots of notes on the Internet that are “step 1, 2, 5” and that’s just frustrating. When you’re new to something, we all need the notes to be structured and without any gaps.
        So thanks for the comments – it’s great to hear from you 🙂

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