i need help...please

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alitelecom

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hello every body here
i'am new member here.. i've been installed kali-linux on my laptop . but i didn't come to activate mirror for better driver updatin as i was user of windows for many yers ...thats why am asking gentle members (all of you) for helping me by gving to me some basics like installing packages and killing processes and all what you have on basics..
i'm waiting for your answers & thank you very much
 


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DevynCJohnson

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hello every body here
i'am new member here.. i've been installed kali-linux on my laptop . but i didn't come to activate mirror for better driver updatin as i was user of windows for many yers ...thats why am asking gentle members (all of you) for helping me by gving to me some basics like installing packages and killing processes and all what you have on basics..
i'm waiting for your answers & thank you very much
So you want to know the basics of Linux? Would you be fine with some links to helpful pages?
 
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Squaw Pendragon

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It all depends on your "flavor" of linux. I like debian. They all install differently because the package managers they use.
 
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alitelecom

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please help me to install mirror on kali-linux
& thank you
 
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DevynCJohnson

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please
i want learn more about kali-linux..if you could
& thank you
Okay, here are some links that may help.

Linux in general:

http://www.linux.org/categories/linux-tutorials.52/
http://www.linux.org/categories/linux-articles.39/

Kali:

Official Kali documentation (PDF) - http://docs.kali.org/pdf/kali-book-en.pdf
Like video tutorials? - http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8q7a7OG56h_vbZCupa8V2SBhMfaE3SYD

Google+: I saw you on G+ today, so you may find this Kali community useful

https://plus.google.com/communities...1/stream/6ea62a04-678e-4fba-9a5d-52f81ea9105c
 
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alitelecom

Guest
thank you very much
please forgive me for this
because i have an other question
is kali good for me as i want to learn haking
i have laptop; hp 630 notebook,cpu: intel core i3 370M,ram:4gb ddr 3 ,gpu: intel hd graphics
i wanted to update & install diffinition of drivers ..but i couldn't because i don't know
i hope that you can help me & thank you very very much again
 
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DevynCJohnson

Guest
thank you very much
please forgive me for this
because i have an other question
is kali good for me as i want to learn haking
i have laptop; hp 630 notebook,cpu: intel core i3 370M,ram:4gb ddr 3 ,gpu: intel hd graphics
i wanted to update & install diffinition of drivers ..but i couldn't because i don't know
i hope that you can help me & thank you very very much again
Kali is the perfect system for your needs and hardware. You made a good choice. What drivers do you need and why?

Ask as many questions as you want. That is what this website is for.
 
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alitelecom

Guest
Kali is the perfect system for your needs and hardware. You made a good choice. What drivers do you need and why?

Ask as many questions as you want. That is what this website is for.
all what i need is the difinitions of hardwers for my laptop
& i want ask you if it's possible to play windows games on kali .. if it is not ....i hope to inform me if there are other linux os suporting games
thank you very much
 
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Archonsg

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....i hope to inform me if there are other linux os suporting games
thank you very much
I am at the moment creating my own Linux PC gaming box and have at the moment so far successfully installed Steam and installed Skyrim (windows) and of course Steam for Linux.
I have also managed to install EA's Origins but at the moment of typing this haven't yet download nor run any EA games yet. I intend to install ME3 at the least.

What you will need is Wine 16 (ver 17 being the latest beta)
and Winetricks.
You might also want to take a look at PlayOnLinux
(sorry no links, I'm new to this forum and not allowed to post with links)
 
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DevynCJohnson

Guest
all what i need is the difinitions of hardwers for my laptop
& i want ask you if it's possible to play windows games on kali .. if it is not ....i hope to inform me if there are other linux os suporting games
thank you very much
To play Windows games on Linux, try installing WINE (http://www.linux.org/threads/installing-and-configuring-windows-emulator-wine.4368/). Be aware though that WINE will not run all Windows programs correctly or without errors. Some programs run very well while some have minor issues and others may have severe issues.

There are plenty of games for Linux natively. You may want to look into Steam for Linux (http://steamcommunity.com/linux) which is a game suite.
 
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alitelecom

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There are plenty of games for Linux natively. You may want to look into Steam for Linux which is a game suite.
but how could i install steam because i couldn't understood how
thank you
 
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alitelecom

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I am at the moment creating my own Linux PC gaming box and have at the moment so far successfully installed Steam and installed Skyrim (windows) and of course Steam for Linux.
I have also managed to install EA's Origins but at the moment of typing this haven't yet download nor run any EA games yet. I intend to install ME3 at the least.

What you will need is Wine 16 (ver 17 being the latest beta)
and Winetricks.
You might also want to take a look at PlayOnLinux
(sorry no links, I'm new to this forum and not allowed to post with links)
thanks
if you want to help me by your experience ..thats my e-mail: "alitelecom5001"@"gmail"com"

& thank you again
 
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Archonsg

Guest
but how could i install steam because i couldn't understood how
thank you
Steam now has a *Linux NATIVE* client. When you go to its website it detects that you have linux and automatically gives you the linux client to download.

You can however choose to install the Windows / Mac client instead. Or do both. (Linux _ Windows)

As mentioned above, you'll need to install Wine to install / run SteamWindows but even so, NOT everything will run or run properly.

Of course the native client will only install native Linux games, so those will work 100%
But for window games, there's alot of voodoo involved.
 
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alitelecom

Guest
Steam now has a *Linux NATIVE* client. When you go to its website it detects that you have linux and automatically gives you the linux client to download.

You can however choose to install the Windows / Mac client instead. Or do both. (Linux _ Windows)

As mentioned above, you'll need to install Wine to install / run SteamWindows but even so, NOT everything will run or run properly.

Of course the native client will only install native Linux games, so those will work 100%
But for window games, there's alot of voodoo involved.
thanks
i've been installed steam but it couldnt run as administrator
can you help me please??
& thank you
 
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Archonsg

Guest
thanks
i've been installed steam but it couldnt run as administrator
can you help me please??
& thank you
Did you try using Wintricks to install Steam for Windows? Winetricks App would be in the same app folder as Wine's and once you launch it, there is a tick box that says "install Steam" it'l get steam for windows, set cfgs, look for missing required files and such and then installs it.

If you don't have winetricks look up your software updater / installer for it.
 


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