Kali in text mode only

giovaniprogramador

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i formatted my PC with new iso for kali, when the SO is starting, dont show the interface, is staying in text mode only, and command common is not accepted. What i need do for fix it?
 


Alexzee

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Does it ask for your password in text mode only?

If so type in your password and hit Enter.
If it stays in text mode after that type startx and see if it gives you a GUI.

Are you using Gnome? KDE? XFCE? LXDE? or Mate?
 
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This may help too-

 

captain-sensible

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Try typing

startx



where the cursor is ,that might bring up your desktop.also dollar sign show your in normal user mode so apt-get etc will be denied.now on pc; looking at screen shot i can see where you logged in as normal user. inittab settings might have changed.
 
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giovaniprogramador

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Try typing

startx



where the cursor is ,that might bring up your desktop.also dollar sign show your in normal user mode so apt-get etc will be denied.now on pc; looking at screen shot i can see where you logged in as normal user. inittab settings might have changed.
i tried to insert the apt-get install command, but it show any error, i can downloaded, but not intall... And i see, any past directory of sudo mode, is not in my PC. I thinking than my image.iso no have the interface package....
 

giovaniprogramador

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Does it ask for your password in text mode only?

If so type in your password and hit Enter.
If it stays in text mode after that type startx and see if it gives you a GUI.

Are you using Gnome? KDE? XFCE? LXDE? or Mate?
hmmmmm i dont know! i see in the internet, than i can choose the interface package for terminal command, but, it wast not accepted in my pc... Also, i saw the installation tutors in web and before the intallation the kali is running withou problem, i tested in virtual machine and no show errors...
 

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Try putting "sudo" before the command.

sudo apt-get update (or whatever the rest of the command is )
 

Alexzee

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Using sudo before the command should work.

Did you check the integrity of the .iso file of Kali before you installed it?
 


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