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sudo systemctl restart ntp.service && ntpq -p OR Manually:"sudo nano /etc/ntp.conf" AND add the following lines. server 0.ubuntu.pool.ntp.org server 1.ubuntu.pool.ntp.org server 2.ubuntu.pool.ntp.org server 3.ubuntu.pool.ntp.org


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What is Kali Linux for?  Per kali.org, the home of Kali Linux, it is: [An] advanced Penetration Testing Linux distribution used for Penetration Testing, Ethical Hacking and network security assessments. That is to say, it is primarily aimed at people testing computer security, either professionally or recreationally. Why do people use Kali Linux? My ...


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Kali Linux is for penetration testing: https://www.kali.org/ Download Kali Linux – our most advanced penetration testing platform we have ever made. Available in 32 bit, 64 bit, and ARM flavors, as well as a number of specialized builds for many popular hardware platforms. Kali can always be updated to the newest version without the need for a new download. ...


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chsh is the proper method, but if you don't have root access, you cannot change your login shell permanently this way. Ask the person who has root access to do so. If this is not possible, you can use a workaround - put the command exec zsh in your .profile file. When /bin/sh starts as a login shell, it will execute contents of this file, and this command ...


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VirtualBox has full support for the disk formats of VDI, VHD and even VMware's VMDK format. You can share the disk, but not the virtual machine itself. You will need to create two virtual machines, one for each virtualization product, but you may share the disk in VMDK format.


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I had a similar problem today. Installed Kali 2020.4 64-bit and ran sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade as you described. Rebooted the system and was unable to open terminal or browse files (I only tried via the "Home" folder on the desktop). I was still able to open QTerminal directly from the application menu to run commands. I was able ...


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I don't believe you can do this. If you're using WSL 1, you're basically using an emulated Linux environment running on the Windows kernel, and it's possible, but unlikely, that you can control the existing network interface using the standard Linux cfg80211 interfaces. That would require that Windows implement that functionality and let you do so, which ...


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