Commit 8879951a authored by Dario's avatar Dario
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Updated 05 and added welcome page

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**dd** (and its derivatives) is a command line tool integrated in every UNIX and UNIX-like system, and it can be used to write the ISO file into a block device bit per bit. Due to the potential to brick your system, if you are not familiar with GNU/Linux we strongly recommend to use Etcher.
sudo dd status=progress if=Parrot-<edition>-<version>_amd64.iso of=/dev/sdX
<img src="./images/usb_boot/dd.png"/>
## Parrot USB boot procedure using ROSA image writer ##
# Summary
- [Welcome to the Parrot Documentation](<./welcome to parrot>)
- [Introduction]()
- [What is Parrot](<./01.- What is>)
- [Download Parrot](<./02.- Download>)
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- [Compile a custom kernel](<./19.- Compile a custom>)
- [File and Directory Permissions](<./File and Directory>)
- [What is Live Mode](<./04.- What is Live>)
- [How to create a Live boot device](<./05.- How to create a Parrot USB>)
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- [Mirrors List](<./20.- Mirrors>)
- [General information about GNU/Linux]()
- [Boot of a Linux System](<./Boot of a Linux>)
- [GNU/Linux Distributions](<./GNU-Linux>)
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- [su sudo](<./>)
- [The Hackers](<./The>)
- [Users and Groups](<./Users and>)
- [What is Pentesting](<./What is>)
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- [What is Pentesting](<./What is>)
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<h1 align="center">Welcome to our Documentation</h1>
An important part of any operating system is documentation, the technical manuals which describe the operation and use of programs. As part of its efforts to create a high-quality free operating system, the Parrot Project is making every effort to provide all of its users with proper documentation in an easily accessible form.
The documentation is a continuous Work In Progress (WIP), and all Parrot users are invited to contribute to the creation and translation process of this portal.
At the moment, it is divided into three main areas:
- [Introduction](<./01.- What is>), containing all the basic information on the Parrot project
- [Installation](<./03.->), where it is shown how to install Parrot on your physical or virtual machine, create a boot device, docker, etc...
- [Configuration](<./Parrot Software>), here you will find the more technical aspects, some tips on how to configure some software, management of your system, etc...
<div style="text-align: center;">
<a href=""><img src="./images/parrot-4.11.jpg" width="60%"/></a>
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