I love my little Pi Zero W’s, and I love Kali. So why not combine the two? So here’s a post about Installing Kali Linux on a Raspberry Pi Zero W. I’ve done this before, and it’s reasonably well documented elsewhere, but I hate googling for all the pieces each time I do this so I figured I’d make a blog post documenting it all for the future so I’ve got all the links in one place
FWIW, I do most of my daily driving on Windows because that’s what I use at work. Hence this will be written for a Windows PC. It’s also high level because honestly, this is easy and if you’re goal is to install Kali on an rpi0w, you probably don’t need much hand holding. 😉
- Raspberry Pi Zero W
- Micro SD Card (8GB or bigger)
- Accessories for Raspberry Pi Zero (Micro USB to full size USB, Micro HDMI to HDMi, Micro USB power supply, etc.)
- SD Card Formatter Utility
- Kali ISO Image
- 7zip (to uncompress the ISO)
- Format the card with the flasher utility
- Write the ISO to the card with Etcher.
- Boot up the pi.
- Kali Linux – Raspberry Pi
- How to Set Up Kali Linux on the New $10 Raspberry Pi Zero W
- Hands-On: Kali Linux 2018.1 on the Raspberry Pi Zero W