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Thread: new blog post on installing Kali on SMB or R80.x (3.10 kernel)

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    Default new blog post on installing Kali on SMB or R80.x (3.10 kernel)

    FYI Devin@spikefishsolutions.com did a nice update on our kali howto. Technically you can use this method to install anything Debian based.

    Customizing Check Point Gaia with Kali Linux

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    Default Re: new blog post on installing Kali on SMB or R80.x (3.10 kernel)

    To be clear, this is just a chroot, right? It's running the same instance of the same kernel, not a full hardware VM?
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    Default Re: new blog post on installing Kali on SMB or R80.x (3.10 kernel)

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob_Zimmerman View Post
    To be clear, this is just a chroot, right? It's running the same instance of the same kernel, not a full hardware VM?
    Correct you're just starting a new process under a chroot. Its basically old school container if you will.

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    Default Re: new blog post on installing Kali on SMB or R80.x (3.10 kernel)

    BTW that being said.. the kernels all have KVM support built in if i recall.

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    Default Re: new blog post on installing Kali on SMB or R80.x (3.10 kernel)

    Quote Originally Posted by jflemingeds View Post
    Correct you're just starting a new process under a chroot. Its basically old school container if you will.
    Considering Docker is STILL based on chroot (just with cgroups added), it's a new-school container, too!

    I wish GAiA had been based on IPSO instead of SecurePlatform. Then we could have ZFS, proper jails, and maybe even DTrace.
    Zimmie

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