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  1. #1

    Getting started...


    Hi,

    I have a bunch of tar.gz files. How do I get a running system? Can anyone help make a .iso-file? A short guide to get started would be appreciated

    syslinux
    libc6
    libgcc1
    libstdc++6
    busybox
    ethool
    sg3_utils

    Here's a link to the package installers.waves.com/Legal/GPL/RYO_Linux_GPL/sglinux-9.7.10.1.tar.gz

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    Seriously? That's like having a box of parts and asking how to build a car. I suggest downloading a distro, install it and start learning from there. Go to Distrowatch to read up on what's available and pick one...
    Are you a clueless Kali user? If you can't get Kali running on your own, it ain't the right distro for you.

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    ...and in case that wasn't explicit enough, go to DistroWatch.com: Put the fun back into computing. Use Linux, BSD. and look around.

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    Some of the posts here are just mind boggling...
    Are you a clueless Kali user? If you can't get Kali running on your own, it ain't the right distro for you.

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    nothing wrong with first-timers asking.
    their reaction is what separates the wheat from the chaff.

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    How ambitious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nihili View Post
    their reaction is what separates the wheat from the chaff.
    crickets...
    chaff it is then.

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