I tried downloading ISO multiple times. I noticed twice file size was only 2.9G. I used Etcher, Rufus, and Disk something (can’t remember name right now). The files failed to extract. They got until the very end of the process before I got this notification. I am a brand new user and just stumbled across Linux. I was able to successfully install Linux Mint on my laptop. Watching vids on how to use properly, I stumbled across HackerExploit on YouTube and Omg I am sooooooo excited to use Parrot So imagine my disappointment as I keep getting these errors. I’ve read that it’s not good to use Virus software so I made sure to disable this the second time around. I think the first two files were corrupt, regardless of what I did because of the file size. So I then downloaded again and now the file size is 3.6 like the specs say. I’m trying to burn ISO file now. Let’s see what happens. But in the meantime, if I end up falling asleep and don’t get parrot installed- anyone reading this willbw a great help if you can answer a few questions:
Does it matter if you download the ISO file from a Windows desktop to a usb, but then use USB to install Parrot on a Linux OS laptop?
Does anyone know how boot from EFI settings that have options like this < . > < . > BOOT etc.etc?
Thank you for reading.
What version of Parrot are you running? 4.5.1 Security
What method did you use to install Parrot? I have not got that far yet, but I plan to install w Debian
Configured to multiboot with other systems? no
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