Hi there, after testing Parrot Os alongside with other linux Distros on Vm under windows 10 i decided to run it on a USB Pen with persistence mode, mainly becouse of some limitations on Vm such as Nvidia drivers for my GTX1050 and some troubleshooting with my AWUS036ACH Usb Adapter.
Asus Vivobook Pro(N580VD) 16Gb i7 GTX10504Gb
Info As shown in System Monitor:
Intel® Core™ i7-7700HQ CPU @ 2.80GHz × 8
Release 4.5 64-bit
Kernel Linux 4.19.0-parrot1-13t-amd64 x86_64
Available disk space: 41.4 GiB
Shutdown and reboot always hand somehow during the final shutdown, i figure its something with the drivers, still updating everything.
The system “Freezes” for seconds every 20 seconds as i am doing this post, again i am updating and i hope has something to do with all the tasks in hand.
- PERSISTENCE - I have installed it on a 32gb Usb pen with ext4 persistence partition, i am able to boot in persistence mode, keep files in the desktop but i run into troubles opening them straight from the desktop… if i open the folder i can acess and open the files, also the persistence partition it is not avaiable…it shows as a file system but i cannot open it.
2)Nvidia GTX Drivers - I Will follow this tutorial found in this community, once all my updates & repos are fully updated:
My point in using the correct drivers for my GTX is to use GPU hash cracking instead of Cpu: Wich Driver should i go for? Bumblebee-Nvidia nouveau open sourced driver or the nvidia proprietary driver?
3)Monitor & Packet Inj.
My adapters are:
TpLink WN722N v1 (Always works, reliable and plug and play)
INTEL Dual-band AC8265 (Just realised that it has monitor mode capabilities
Alfa AWUS036ACH Usb 3.0
On this last one i have not yet been able to run it properly apart from windows machines, it works and it disconects on VM, it works sometimes others it doesn’t a good thing is that i can see the blue LED on on Parrot Os for the first time, my question is if anyone has had similar issues with this device drivers…
4)Login: On my persistence setup, no login is required after boot, as a vm machine Parrot asks me for both root andd user login stock… i already changerd my user default password but i would like to boot straight off as root, or at least to have a root login when i sudo su.
Sorry for the long post , i will post some hardware info on the comments so this post its not longer
Thanks in Advance.