Is it possible to only have to install programs once on kali linux persistent usb? [migrated]

I made a bootable encrypted USB with kali linux on it and with persistence. When I save a file and reboot then the file does not disappear but today I installed veracrypt and when I rebooted, it was gone.

Is there a way to install new programs on my kali live system with usb persistence without having to re-install them again and again?

Trying to install Ubuntu 18.04.2 dual boot, it works for the first time, as soon as I reboot once it won’t boot anymore, “PCIe Bus” error

I’m attempting to to install Ubuntu 18.04.2 in a desktop computer with a Windows. I downloaded it and made a bootable USB stick. I then chose the simplest install options and allocated 32 GB of my SSD. Ubuntu then loaded correctly, but, as soon as I rebooted it once, when trying to boot again, it just logs a lot of lines in a white font with a black screen behind. Those lines say:

pcieport 0000:00:1d.2: PCIe Bus Error: Security=Corrected, type=Physical Layer, (Receiver ID) 

Reinstalling Ubuntu works again only once. As soon as I reboot it, I can’t boot again.

Error while attempting to install Homebrew on Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion)

I’m attempting to update my installation of Homebrew by re-installing as prescribed by http://brew.sh:

/usr/bin/ruby -e "$ (curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)"

When I run the above installation shell command, I receive this error :

ruby 1.8.7 (2012-02-08 patchlevel 358) [universal-darwin11.0] -e:222: syntax error, unexpected '.', expecting $  end                .map { |d| File.join(HOMEBREW_PREFIX, d) }                 ^ 

Any thoughts?

Install software on azure VM

Is it possible to install softwares on a windows VM as and when they are created in a particular subscription? The actual need is to install endpoint protection software and vulnerability assessment tools onto the windows VMs every time a new one is deployed, all should happen without a admin triggering the installs.

TeamViewer install borked, can’t seem to fix

Xubuntu 18.10

So the other day I went to run TeamViewer and found it was gone. So I tried to re-install it and this happens:

$   sudo apt install teamviewer Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree       Reading state information... Done Some packages could not be installed. This may mean that you have requested an impossible situation or if you are using the unstable distribution that some required packages have not yet been created or been moved out of Incoming. The following information may help to resolve the situation:  The following packages have unmet dependencies:  teamviewer : Depends: libqt5qml5 (>= 5.5) but it is not going to be installed or                        qt56-teamviewer but it is not going to be installed               Depends: libqt5quick5 (>= 5.5) but it is not going to be installed or                        qt56-teamviewer but it is not going to be installed               Depends: libqt5webkit5 (>= 5.5) but it is not going to be installed or                        qt56-teamviewer but it is not going to be installed               Depends: qml-module-qtquick2 (>= 5.5) but it is not going to be installed or                        qt56-teamviewer but it is not going to be installed               Depends: qml-module-qtquick-controls (>= 5.5) but it is not going to be installed or                        qt56-teamviewer but it is not going to be installed               Depends: qml-module-qtquick-dialogs (>= 5.5) but it is not going to be installed or                        qt56-teamviewer but it is not going to be installed               Depends: qml-module-qtquick-window2 (>= 5.5) but it is not going to be installed or                        qt56-teamviewer but it is not going to be installed               Depends: qml-module-qtquick-layouts (>= 5.5) but it is not going to be installed or                        qt56-teamviewer but it is not going to be installed E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages. 

I’ve tried a few things:

$   sudo apt-get install -f Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree       Reading state information... Done 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 2 not upgraded. 

I’ve also tried Synaptic to install qt56-teamviewer, but that fails too and just says it’s “broken”.

I suspect a non-standard PPA repository, but any useful way to determine which one so I just fix this problem without causing other problems (such as blowing away the entire sources.list and replacing with default)? I noticed a lot of the sources have “bionic” in them even though I’m on cosmic. Should I change all references to “bionic” to “cosmic” instead?

Unable to install custom ROM, missing options in recovery menu


In recovery, perform a full factory reset, wipe cache, dalvik cache and wipe data/factory reset. (source: https://www.naldotech.com/how-to-install-custom-roms-on-nexus-6p-with-custom-recovery/)

But in my Android Recovery I can only see following options:

  • Apply update from ADB (or SD card)
  • Wipe data/factory reset
  • Wipe cache partition
  • Mount /system
  • View recovery logs
  • Run graphics test

No such thing as full factory reset, wipe cache, dalvik cache. There is also no “install” option.

My Recovery screen says:

Android Recovery,  google/angler/angler,  8.1.0/OPM6. ...(long version),  user/release-keys 

Prior to that I have installed custom recovery (TWRP) from Play Store. Perhaps TWRP should be installed differently?

How can I install Ubuntu on Windows 10 laptop with two hard drives on separate drives?

I have a brand new Windows 10 laptop that has two drives, a 512 SSD and a 1 TB hard drive. I would like to use the entire 1 TB drive to install Ubuntu on. I am new to Linux (just re-purposed an old Windows laptop to be all Linux two weeks ago and love it, but it is limiting because it is a 32-bit system.) I really need a 64-bit Linux machine for graduate school, but need Windows for work. I am afraid to make a mistake and risk loosing all the Windows installations I need for work. Is there a foolproof (yes I’m a Linux nube) step-by-step process? Thank you.