[Mobile Education] How To Install & Run Kali/Ubuntu/Fedora Linux on Android

Linux has become one of the many operating systems that people use on their daily basis. The advantages of this OS its that it is very customizable.

What do we need:

- Android 2.1 or above

- Android device with sufficient space Min. 5 GB
- root access

- full backup just in case something goes bad (Its really safe to do this but just for pre caution)

Step 1: Install BusyBox FROM MEEFIK

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Make sure you have root access (you can check it in your superuser app)

You can download the app straight from the Play store or click here https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ru.meefik.busybox

Navigate to the Install Busybox tab and press the "Install" button.

Once installed we can continue

Step 2: Install Linux Deploy and VNC Viewer

Download Linux Deploy: https://play.google.com/store/apps/de...

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Download Android VNC :https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=android.androidVNC&hl=es_419

Step 3: Install Kali/Ubuntu/Fedora Linux on Linux Deploy

Once Linux Deploy is installed start the app.

Click on the properties button (different locations in other phones)

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Select the distribution you wish ( Kali, Fedora, Ubuntu, etc.)

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Click install. I recommend not moving other options rather being the distribution.

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When your installation finishes click start.

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Step 4: Configure Android VNC

Start Android VNC App

Insert these details.

Password is changeme

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Hit connect and you have Linux!

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