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I had issues installing Kali to the USB too. I didn't have an SD card and so I had to fix it without one. It was getting stuck at the rainbow screen because it couldn't find the boot files. I fixed the issue by modifying cmdline.txt to point to my USB device partitions. I also had to change /etc/fstab to point to my USB device partitions. I've written a ...


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Easy Fix: Update root in cmdline.txt to /dev/sda2 (the correct partition in your case) Eg: root=/dev/sda2 Update /etc/fstab to update the partitions from /dev/mmcblk0p1 and /dev/mmcblk0p2 to your usb device partitions Full guide to what worked for me to get Kali up and running from the USB drive: Make sure your pi board is USB bootable. Should work out ...


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