Installing Kali 2016.2 on VirtualBox throws an error [solved]

The default (virtual) hard drive size for a 64-bit installation of Debian on VirtualBox is 8Gb.


Kali 2016.2 will choke during the installation process if you keep the default size.

Start with something a little larger and you should be good to go. (12Gb worked for me)


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