Commit 882df19a authored by Dario's avatar Dario
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Added etcher usb boot procedure

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## How to create a Bootable Device ## # How to create a Parrot USB drive #
First of all you need to download the latest ISO file from our [website](https://parrotlinux.org/download/).
Then you can burn it using [Balena Etcher](https:https://www.balena.io/etcher/) or [ROSA ImageWriter](http://wiki.rosalab.ru/en/index.php/ROSA_ImageWriter). ## How to create a Bootable Device ##
You need a USB drive of at least 4GB for Security Edition or 2GB for Home Edition. First of all, you need to download the latest ISO file from our [website](https://parrotsec.org/download/).
Then you can burn it using [Balena Etcher](https:https://www.balena.io/etcher/) or [ROSA ImageWriter](http://wiki.rosalab.ru/en/index.php/ROSA_ImageWriter). They both work on GNU/Linux, Mac OS and Windows.
You need a USB drive of at least 8 GB for Security Edition and 4 GB for Home Edition.
## Parrot ISO installation Procedure ##
### Parrot USB installation procedure using Balena Etcher ###
Plug your USB stick into your USB port and launch [Balena Etcher](https://www.balena.io/etcher/). Plug your USB stick into your USB port and launch **Balena Etcher**. Download and unzip it.
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Click on *.AppImage file*.
Select the Parrot ISO file and verify that the USB drive you are going to overwrite is the right one. <img src="./images/etcher/etcher0.png"/>
<!-- <html><img src="http://cloudflare.archive.parrotsec.org/parrot/misc/image-writer/screenshots/screenshot0.png"></html> Click on **Flash from file**. Select the Parrot ISO and verify that the USB drive you are going to overwrite is the right one.
<img src="./images/etcher/etcher1.png" width="70%"/>
<html><img src="http://cloudflare.archive.parrotsec.org/parrot/misc/image-writer/screenshots/screenshot1.png"></html> --> **Flash!**
<img src="./images/etcher/etcher2.png" width="85%">
Once the burning is complete, you can use the USB stick as the boot device for your computer and boot Parrot OS. Once the burning is complete, you can use the USB stick as the boot device for your computer and boot Parrot OS.
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## How to boot ## ## How to boot ##
If you don't know how to boot with your new bootable device follow this guide -> [How to boot](<./06.- How to boot.html>) If you don't know how to boot with your new bootable device follow [this guide](<./06.- How to boot.html>).
## USB Persistence ## ## USB Persistence ##
You can find some guidelines about how to create a live device with Persistence here -> [Parrot USB Live Persistence](<./07.- Parrot USB Live Persistence.html>) You can find some guidelines about how to create a live device with Persistence [here](<./07.- Parrot USB Live Persistence.html>).
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- [What is Parrot](<./01.- What is Parrot.md>) - [What is Parrot](<./01.- What is Parrot.md>)
- [Download Parrot](<./02.- Download Parrot.md>) - [Download Parrot](<./02.- Download Parrot.md>)
- [Install Parrot](<./03.- Installation.md>) - [Install Parrot](<./03.- Installation.md>)
- [How to create a Parrot USB drive](<./05.- How to create a Parrot USB drive.md>)
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- [Parrot on Docker](<./Parrot on Docker.md>) - [Parrot on Docker](<./Parrot on Docker.md>)
- [What is Live Mode](<./04.- What is Live Mode.md>) - [What is Live Mode](<./04.- What is Live Mode.md>)
- [How to create a Live boot device](<./05.- How to create a Live boot device.md>) - [How to create a Live boot device](<./05.- How to create a Parrot USB drive.md>)
- [How to boot](<./06.- How to boot.md>) - [How to boot](<./06.- How to boot.md>)
- [Parrot USB Live Persistence](<./07.- Parrot USB Live Persistence.md>) - [Parrot USB Live Persistence](<./07.- Parrot USB Live Persistence.md>)
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