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Download GOOGLE-CHROME by clicking HERE !!

After downloading google-chrome you must install it......  So, I will tell you how to install google-chrome on kali linux(all) LET'S GOOOOOO!!!!!!

First of all you need to read full post then you will try to install google-chrome lonely. Go to the terminal & type this:  apt-get update && apt-get upgrade && apt-get dist-upgrade After downloading google-chrome go to your downloads folder by this command: cd /root/Downloads/ Install your google-chrome  browserdpkg -i *.deb (by using this command: You are installing all kinds of deb file in you kali linux) or dpkg -i <file_name>.deb (by using this: You are installing only one file)
example ^ ^ dpkg -i google-chrome-stable_current_amd64.deb After installing your browser you need to add a standard user by this command: adduser chrome (you can use your name just replace chrome) adduser <your_name> (you can enter here any kinds of name you want) Now  you need to modifying…

SEND UP to 18GB file in EMAIL or DOWNLOAD link

SEND via E-Mail:-

You can send 18GB file via Email. You just Enter your email-id and your friends email-id that's it.
HURRAH!!!! You are done. After send email you just tell him to download it.
You can send him a download link also.
It will be password protected. After you transfer your file, you will get a password send it your friend and tell him to download.


Run VLC player on Kali Linux 2.0

Allow VLC player to run as rooooooooooot...... :)

Most Kali Linux VLC Player does not work as the root user. Despite some problems to install VLC player. Today I'll show you how to run Kali Linux VLC Player as the root user. Follow me.......

If you try to open vlc player as root, you will face the error like this:

"VLC is not supposed to be run as root. Sorry.
If you need to use real-time priorities and/or privileged TCP ports
cannot be run by non-trusted users first)"
To allow ROOT user to run VLC:-

Go to the terminal and type this command:

sed -i 's/geteuid/getppid/g' /usr/bin/vlc
That's mean you are opening /usr/bin/vlc and replace geteuid to getppid.
Now you are allow to run VLC player as the root user.

Thanks. Have a sweet life :)