I updated to El Capitan yesterday (on MacBook Air 2014). I then decided to install Kali Linux 2.0, and boy it's been one problem after another, so far nothing has gone the way it's supposed to. Without going too much into details, some of which include (problems downloading rEFInd, burning the iso image onto the thumb drive and etc.). I think I managed to do that.
So now I try to reboot my Mac, after the rEFInd boot screen shows up I plug-in the usb and I get only one volume (the legacy OS one) and the guide for installing Linux says try installing rEFInd and try again, but I already have rEFInd (you need to have 3 volumes as it shows here).
If I try to boot the legacy folder it says:
Starting the Legacy Loader
Using Load Options USB
Error: Not Found while loading legacy loader
Make sure u have the latest firmware update installed
Hit any key to continue
Any help is appreciated :) I'm really getting frustrated trying to install Kali, first time though.
P.S. There is a very high probability I've messed up somewhere before, because as I said, I've been running into almost every problem out there, googling, and trying to go around it, most of the time not even sure what I am doing, so... I may have messed smth up on the way.
BTW my laptop can't read my USB, which is to be expected, but I will be able to turn into readable later, won't I?
rEFIdn used - 0.9.2 How I configured it: Iunzipped it, I had to turn my security settings off in the recovery mode, and I think that worked for me after I ran it as it's is supposed to be ran, as said in the link. Long process, I don't remember all of it.