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Installing Kali Linux Tools in Ubuntu or Linux Mint

Kali linux is a debian based and its not easy to configure it on a typical PC. If the machine is UEFI based, then Kali is tough to customize.

So what is the alternative....? Here is the answer: Katoolin

Its the name of the package system for installing the entire kali linux tools (Penetration Testing) in Ubuntu or Debian based system.

Here I am trying to install inside my Linux Mint

OS Used: Linux Mint 18.2 Sonya
Prequisites: Python 2.7
Always perform these steps after the installation of ubuntu or Linux Mint

$] sudo apt update
$] sudo apt install build-essential autoconf automake libxmu-dev
$] sudo apt install git
$] git clone
$] sudo cp katoolin/ /usr/bin/katoolin
$] sudo katoolin

This will give various options as shown below
 In the above pic. Select 2 to View categories and you will get the screen as shown in the next image.
Select "0" to install all the applications.

This will install 1.3G to download and 3.5 GB space will be…

How to Write Makefile

Assume there are more number of source files to be compiled using a set of commands everytime is a tedious process. So there is a facility to compile everything at a stretch is by the use of a Makefile.
The makefile can be named as either “Makefile” or “makefile”.
Let me define four files for my simple application, create a new directory and store all the files given below
main.c  (which contains the main program) sum.c (summing function is defined) hello.c (print hello world) function.h (function prototypes are declared)//function.h
int sum(int,int);
void print_hello();
#include “function.h”
void print_hello()
printf(“Hello World \n”);
#include “function.h”
int sum(int a, int b)
int c;
return c;
#include “function.h”
int main()
int a=10,b=20,c;
printf(“The sum of two numbers is %d “,c);
return 0;
There are different methods of compiling this file
Method 1: (gcc command based)
gcc main.c sum.c hello.c –o prade…