Install Kali Linux on ASUS Chromebook Flip

The ASUS Chromebook Flip is a quad core 1.8GHz, with 2GB or 4GB of RAM Chromebook with a 10.1″ 10 point multitouch touchscreen. Kali Linux fits on an external micro SD card or USB key.

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Kali on ASUS Chromebook Flip – User Instructions

If all you want to do is install Kali on your ASUS Chromebook Flip, follow these instructions:

  1. Get a nice fast 8 GB micro SD card or USB key.
  2. Put your Chromebook in developer mode, and enable USB boot. You can ignore legacy boot on that page since these devices do not have SeaBIOS.
  3. Download the Kali ASUS Chromebook Flip image from our downloads area.
  4. Use the dd utility to image this file to your microSD card or USB key. In our example, we use a microSD which is located at /dev/sdb. Change this as needed.

Alert! This process will wipe out your SD card/USB key. If you choose the wrong storage device, you may wipe out your computers hard disk.

xzcat kali-$version-veyron.img.xz | dd of=/dev/sdb bs=512k

This process can take awhile depending on your device speed and image size.

Once the dd operation is complete, boot up the ASUS Chromebook Flip with the microSD/USB key plugged in. Log in to Kali (root / toor), that’s it, you’re done!

Kali on ASUS Chromebook Flip – Developer Instructions

If you are a developer and want to tinker with the Kali ASUS Chromebook Flip image, including changing the kernel configuration and generally being adventurous, check out the kali-arm-build-scripts repository on GitHub, and follow the file’s instructions. The script to use is

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