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|auto||2 months ago|
|kali-config||2 months ago|
|simple-cdd||2 months ago|
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|.getopt.sh||2 months ago|
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|CONTRIBUTING.md||6 months ago|
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|build_all.sh||9 months ago|
We provide releases occasionally, with pre-built
.isos available for download. We build these with the
kali-linux-everything metapackage, so they are very large (over
10GiB). To use this:
.isofile from the Google Drive link in the tagged release.
ddutility, and on Windows, we recommend Rufus.
If you want a more recent build than the most recent release, or you want to customise the build (to, for example, reduce the final size of the image), you can build it yourself from this repo.
To reduce the size of the final image, change the metapackage used as a base. This is done by editing the file
./kali-config/variant-cybersoc/package-lists/kali.list.chroot and changing
kali-linux-everything to a different metapackage.
cdebootstrapfrom your distro's repositories.
sudo ./build.sh --verbose. This will download all the packages from the official Kali Linux repositories, and build the image.
dpkg, but is Linux-based:
sudo ./Docker/dockerBuild.sh. This will create the Kali Linux docker environment to build the image in. This command only needs to be run once, subsequent builds will re-use the same docker container.
sudo ./Docker/dockerRun.sh. This will download all the packages from the official Kali Linux repositories, and build the image.
Please follow out contributing guide to contribute to this repo.
The files in this repository are available under the GNU GPL.