I am using Ubuntu 14.04LTS. I want to make a bootable usb stick using kali iso image file for Kali Linux installation. I tried following ways:
unetbootin-linux-608- it is just writing 4 text files and then asking for reboot without writing files.
I also tried http://docs.kali.org/downloading/kali-linux-live-usb-install. It created the live usb with 3.2GB data, but when i am rebooting by selecting pen drive as boot device, it is not loading rather Ubuntu is booting up.
Startup Disk Creator - but giving same problem as mentioned here
Can anybody please suggest me proper way/tool to create bootable pen drive.
ddapproach, such as following Kali's
ddinstructions that you already linked, consistently works for me, for Kali 1.0.9 and Kali 2.0. Since you said you are able to get into Ubuntu, could plug the usb stick in, and copy the results of these commands, and update the question to include this info: Run
uname -a. Run
sudo fdisk -l. Finally, run the
sudo ddcommand as instructed on Kali's website, but be sure to copy what command you are using, as well as the stats it gives you when done.