(a) Download Kali Linux 2.0 image and mount the image to DVD/USB drive and install using this DVD/USB.
(b) Create Virtual machine on your operating system using tools like Oracle Virtual Box and boot your Virtual machine using Kali linux ISO.
Kali Linux image and either burn the ISO to DVD, or prepare a USB stick
with Kali Linux Live as the installation medium.
Here is the very first screen you should see when booting your system using this ISO.
From here, click "Graphical Install” option to start the installation process.
Select your preferred language for this operating system installation.
Choose your location from next step.
Specify your keyboard layout from this step.
Set the hostname for your this new installation.
Select a password.
Simple passwords may not work so chose something that has some degree of complexity.
next prompt asks for your time zone. Modify accordingly and select
continue. The next example shows selecting Eastern Standard time.
Select Manual, then click Continue.
1. Create the boot partition
Select Create a new partition, then Click Continue.
Allocate a suitable disk space to it. Any value more than 50 MB is good. More is better. Continue.
this is the first partition on ths disk, the installer will create it
as a Primarypartition, which is just fine. Subsequent partitions will be
created as Logicalpartitions, which is just fine, too.
The default is good. Continue.
partition has been created. Now we need to specify that we want it
mounted at /boot. To do that, double-click on the Mount point line.
You'll have to do this to change the mount point of any partition.
Select /boot from the list of options.
That's all you need to do for this partition.
Select Done setting up the partition, then click Continue.
2. Create the root partition
to the main partitioning window, you should see the new partition you
just created and the available free space. Select the latter, then click
Continue to create the next partition, which will be for the root
partition. Note that this step will have to be repeated to create
fresh installation of Kali Linux 1.0.6 takes up more than 9.5 GB of
disk space, so assign this partition enough disk space to install the
system and also sufficient to account for future growth in disk usage.
The default is good. Continue.
By default, it should be mounted at /, so select Done setting up the partition, then click Continue.
3. Create the partition for /home
selecting the remaining free space from the main partitioning window,
then clicking Continue, you should see this window, which should be
familiar to you by now. Select Create a new partition,
then click Continue.
Since this partition will be mounted at /home, assign it as much disk space as you have available. Continue.
The default settings are good, so select Done setting up the partition, then clickContinue.
4. Create the Swap partition
This will be the last partition. Continue.
On a 64-bit system, 4 GB for Swap is good enough. On a 32-bit system, 2 GB or less is enough. Continue.
You need to change the default setting here, so double-click on the "Use as" line as show in above image and select swap area from the list of options in the window that opens.
Select "Done setting up the partition". Continue.
Back to the main partitioning window, you should see all the partitions that you created. Verify that all is well, then select " Finish partitioning and write changes to disk "
Yes. Continue. That's the end for how to create partitions manually for Kali Linux (1.0.6).
Linux using central repositories to distribute application packages. If
you would like to install these packages, you need to use a network
mirror. The packages are downloaded via HTTP protocol. If your network
uses a proxy server, you will also need to configure the proxy settings
for you network.
Kali will be prompt to install GRUB. Click Yes to install grub.
Once the installation is over, reboot and start using new operating system.