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Question Solved existing popos 19.10 add dual boot kali

jaymsmoreiarty

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Hi

I'm having some trouble figuring out how to install pentoo or kali on a machine with Pop OS 19.10 installed.
Kali or pentoo installers don't know about kernelstub and systemd-boot.
Can someone help me understand what I have to WRT the bootloader options?

Thanks in advance.
 

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Both Kali and Pentoo are primarily intended to be live environments for penetration testing. Also, both are grub based, whereas Pop is usually UEFI based, so they're incompatible unless you install Pop with Grub. You would have to check your hardware to see if you can make it legacy boot only to force a Pop/Grub installation, otherwise the Pop installer will prefer a UEFI installation.
The main problem is the partition scheme. UEFI requires GPT and Grub needs a MBR.
 

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