Kali Everyday

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I Remixed Kali and made an Everyday version without the Penetration stuff and added some extra firmware and designed it for everyday use - Uses the Refracta installer, uses Kali repo's - posted it on 01May2024

It is here if anyone is interested - https://sourceforge.net/projects/debian-redux/files/
 


I hope you'll allow the question - why?

Just for learning about remixing a distro or do you have a specific purpose in mind?
 
I hope you'll allow the question - why?

Just for learning about remixing a distro or do you have a specific purpose in mind?
Why Not - Just because I can - why do people climb Mt Everest? why do people jump out of a perfectly good flying aircraft? mostly for the same reasons - been remixing distros for about 10 years now - it is becoming a lost art as they say - like everything else eventually it gets kicked to the curb
 
I Remixed Kali and made an Everyday version without the Penetration stuff and added some extra firmware and designed it for everyday use - Uses the Refracta installer, uses Kali repo's - posted it on 01May2024

It is here if anyone is interested - https://sourceforge.net/projects/debian-redux/files/
It could always be used for everyday use. It's no more unstable than any other rolling release. What makes it unstable is the bevy of tools downloaded from other places that break your system. If you kept you non repo tools in virtual env and did the updates it would be just fine. The solution to this I found and what I think kali is trying to do is actually kali purple. Think of it like debian 12 with all your pentest and security tools. Plus you still have access to the same repos so any tool is available. But it's got some office sooftware, media players etc. I've actually switched because I can write all my reports as I go and keep better track oif customer info with out needing a second computer.
 
I've downloaded it, Your Lordship, and I'll install it and give it a run by the end of my weekend, likely.

Thanks for sharing

Wiz
 
why do people climb Mt Everest? why do people jump out of a perfectly good flying aircraft?
Because some people are adrenaline junkies.

mostly for the same reasons
I don't think doing anything behind a computer can give you the same amount of adrenaline as jumping out of a perfectly good airplane or climbing mount Everest.

been remixing distros for about 10 years now - it is becoming a lost art as they say
I would be interested in reading a post on how you create Remix Linux distributions so what the process of doing it is. If you were to write one I would read it and maybe it could even be added to the tutorial section of the forum here?
 
I don't think doing anything behind a computer can give you the same amount of adrenaline as jumping out of a perfectly good airplane or climbing mount Everest.
You have not seen my nephew who works for Bethesda Software (bought out by Microsoft a couple of years ago) when he finds a bug in one of their games - you would think he scored a touchdown at the Superbowl - and mostly it is because they can or want to or better yet they choose too
would be interested in reading a post on how you create Remix Linux distributions so what the process of doing it is. If you were to write one I would read it and maybe it could even be added to the tutorial section of the forum here?
Penguins-Eggs - https://penguins-eggs.net/
RefractaSnapshot - A good guide here for Ubuntu/Mint users - https://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?t=402752
 
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Penguins-Eggs - https://penguins-eggs.net/
RefractaSnapshot - A good guide here for Ubuntu/Mint users - https://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?t=402752
Thanks! I'll check it out.

You have not seen my nephew who works for Bethesda Software (bought out by Microsoft a couple of years ago) when he finds a bug in one of their games - you would think he scored a touchdown at the Superbowl - and mostly it is because they can or want to or better yet they choose too
I think there is probably still a big difference when it comes to the adrenaline you get from doing something with your mind like solving a problem or finding a bug and doing something physically with your body. But still sounds like a really cool job! Can you ask him if he is working on the new Doom game? :)
 
Can you ask him if he is working on the new Doom game?
No he said he is working on Starfield - something about a new story expansion - whatever that means I am not much of a gamer
 

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