Commit 53b34484 authored by Dario's avatar Dario
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Completed 'install in a virtual machine'

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## First Step ##
Once you’ve downloaded your Parrot ISO file, you can use **dd** to copy it over to your USB stick as follows:
Once you’ve downloaded your Parrot iso file, you can use **dd** to copy it over to your USB stick as follows:
**WARNING**. Although the process of imaging Parrot on a USB stick is quite easy,
we recommend you go through it only once you’ve mastered each and every step of the process:
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Create and format an additional partition on the USB stick. In our example, we create a 2 GB persistent partition and create a persistence.conf file on it.
''size=2gb
size=2gb
iso=Parrot.iso
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echo "/ union" > /mnt/parrot_usb/persistence.conf
umount /dev/sdb2''
umount /dev/sdb2
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## You have two options here to follow this guide: ##
- You can just use the slideshow in this page and pretty much follow that..
- You can just use the slideshow in this page and pretty much follow that...
- You can read this really long informative guide to get a better understanding of what to do
- You can read this really long informative guide to get a better understanding of *what to do*
## Things You Need To Install ##
......@@ -105,7 +105,7 @@ As Parrot Security is derived from Debian, I’ve selected Other Linux (64-bit)
If you’re using a 32-bit ISO, select Other Linux (32-bit) as your version.
<img src="./images/vbox_images/8.png" width="85%"/>
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### Step 3.b: Enable shared Clipboard and Drag’n’Drop feature ###
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Select **Storage > Controller: IDE** and highlight Empty CD icon. Now on your right, you should be able to use the little CD icon (it should be CD/DVD Drive: IDE Secondary Master already, if not change it) and select your downloaded ISO.
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Once you select your downloaded ISO (in my case, it’s Parrot Security 4.11 iso). See the properties and information’s changes accordingly.
<img src="./images/vbox_images/14.png" width="85%"/>
Once you select your downloaded ISO (in my case, it’s Parrot Security 4.11 ISO). See the properties and information’s changes accordingly.
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**Important**: Size… if your disk size mismatched, you might have a corrupt disk. Refer to Parrot Security page and ISO mage Download page for size related info. You can also do a SHA1 check to ensure your disk is not corrupted.
**Important**: Size… if your disk size mismatched, you might have a corrupt disk. Refer to Parrot Security webpage and ISO image Download webpage for size related info. You can also do a SHA1 check to ensure your disk is not corrupted.
### Step 4.a: Select Network connection type ###
If your computer is connection to internet, select NAT on *Network > Adapter 1*. You can enable more network adapters if you feel you want to do so.
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### Step 4.b: Enable USB 2.0 Controllers ###
From *USB tab*, check the boxes for *Enable USB Controller > Enable USB 2.0 (EHCI) Controller*. Note that I got **Invalid settings detected** error at the bottom of the screen.
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<img src="./images/vbox_images/12.png" width="80%"/>
Install VirtualBox Extension Pack to remove this error.
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### Step 4.b: Enable USB 2.0 and 3.0 Controllers ###
You need to *PRESS OK* and save your Settings first.
Firstly, make sure you have installed the *extension pack*, or you will not be able to enable USB 2.0 and 3.0 controllers.
Then install VirtualBox 6.1.x for Windows hosts x86/amd64 Oracle VM VirtualBox Extension Pack for All supported platforms.
If you have not installed it, you can download it [here](https://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox/6.1.22/Oracle_VM_VirtualBox_Extension_Pack-6.1.22.vbox-extpack)
It will enable virtual USB 2.0 (EHCI) device support, VirtualBox Remote Desktop Protocol (VRDP) support, Host webcam passthrough support.
Once downloaded, go to **files > preferences > extensions**, on the right there will be a `+` button where you can install the extension.
Re-Open VirtualBox and *Select Settings > USB* again to confirm you don’t have that error anymore. Save your settings by pressing OK.
It will also enable VirtualBox Remote Desktop Protocol (VRDP) support, Host webcam passthrough support.
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<img src="./images/vbox_images/13.png" width="80%"/>
### Step 4.c: Compare settings with mine ###
At this point your screen should be somewhat similar to mine. I’ve mentioned the important parts, if something didn’t match you can go back and enable disable those settings.
Note that, for 32-bit users, it will be slightly different.
<img src="./images/vbox_images/15.png" width="85%"/>
### Step 5: Booting Parrot Security ISO ###
From VirtualBox Main Screen, click on Start and boot Parrot Security.
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### Step 5.a: choose Install ###
From VirtualBox Main Screen, it will boot Parrot Security, click in the Virtual Machine and arrow down to *Install* and then click Enter.
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### Step 5.b: Choose the default Installer (Calamares) ###
Here you can test the OS in its entirety, then we can proceed with the installation.
Here you can test the OS in its entirety, then you can proceed with the installation.
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Click on **Install Parrot**:
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As this is all Virtualized, you can choose anything you want to.
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I personally think guided partitioning for less experienced users is recommended, 80 GB or more are enough, unless your going to want to install alot more programs or keep larger file on your hard drive.
I personally think guided partitioning for less experienced users is recommended, 40 GB or more are enough, unless your going to want to install alot more programs or keep larger file on your hard drive.
<img src="./images/calamares/15.png" width="85%"/>
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<img src="./images/calamares/16.png" width="85%"/>
If you want, you can also encrypt the system by adding a passphrase:
*If you want*, you can also encrypt the system by adding a passphrase:
<img src="./images/calamares/17.png" width="85%"/>
### Step 5.g: ###
### Step 5.g: Creating a new user account ###
You will be asked to create a new user, for simplicity I have chosen a **user**.
You can enter any name in here.
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<img src="./images/calamares/21.png" width="85%"/>
**Well done! You have successfully installed ParrotOS on your computer!**
<img src="./images/calamares/22.png" width="85%"/>
### Step 7.c: Login to Parrot Security for the first time ###
### Step 7: Login to Parrot Security for the first time ###
Enter Your Password
Enter your Password:
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<img src="./images/calamares/23.png" width="85%"/>
**You just installed Parrot Security and your finished!**
**You just installed Parrot Security! Congrats!**
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<img src="./images/calamares/24.png" width="85%"/>
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- [Anonsurf](<./18.- Anonsurf.md>)
- [Compile a custom kernel](<./19.- Compile a custom kernel.md>)
- [Mirrors List](<./20.- Mirrors List.md>)
- [GNU/Linux](<./21.- GNU-Linux.md>)
- [GNU/Linux](<./21.- GNU-Linux basics.md>)
- [General information about GNU/Linux]()
- [Boot of a Linux System](<./Boot of a Linux System.md>)
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