The lazy script for Kali Linux makes your life easier, because it makes some processes faster. The developer Aris Melachroinos wrote the lazy script (also known as lscript) for Kali Linux to automate many processes.
In this tutorial, I’ll show you step by step how to install the lazy script in Kali Linux.
How to install Kali Linux on the Raspberry Pi, I’ll show you in this tutorial – Installing Kali Linux on the Raspberry Pi
If you want to install Kali Linux as the only operating system on a hard disk, check out this tutorial – Kali Linux Hard Disk Installation
- Computer with Kali Linux
- Lazy Script – Link to the free Download
Step 1 – Update Kali Linux
- Before each installation you should update Kali Linux with the following commands in the terminal:
Step 2 – Install lazy script
- Load the lazy script with the following command:
git clone https://github.com/arismelachroinos/lscript.git
- Go to the folder of Lazy Script:
- Let’s see the contents of the folder:
- Give permission to install:
chmod +x install.sh
- Start the installation and confirm it:
- Then you can choose if you want to do a new installation or an update
Step 3 – Start lazy script
- Start the lazy script with the following command in the terminal and follow the instructions for the network settings:
The Lazy Script is a powerful tool especially for beginners. It simplifies various processes and brings with it many important tools. Just the collection of tools for Wi-Fi hacking is noteworthy.
Are you interested in Wi-Fi hacking? In this article I introduce my favorites of Kali Linux compatible USB Wi-Fi adapter – Kali Linux Wi-Fi adapter 2020