Kali Linux dumbassitude (on my part)

So I burned a recent copy of Kali Linux onto a stick, and was playing with it, then I decided I wanted a more permanent installation, so I went to one I had installed on a VM prior, without realizing that it was the older version.  I was wondering why apt-get update, apt-get dist-upgrade, and apt-get autoremove involved SO MANY PACKAGES and was fucking things up every time.

Turns out the image I had in my VM ISOs directory was 2016.1, and everywhere else was 2016.2.  I don’t even remember exactly when I downloaded that older version.  Couple hours wasted, should be back on track shortly.

Meanwhile, I found someone local who might be interested in putting together a local 2600 meetup.  That’s exciting.  Been a long time since I’ve been to a 2600 meeting.