Yep, the xz command worked a treat, thanks!procount wrote: ↑Sun Apr 22, 2018 5:36 pmXZ is a compression tool like ZIP or GZIP.
In Linux, you can extract the image file using `xz -d filename.img.xz`. Not sure which tool you would use on a MAC. (I think 7-zip works in Windows, so if there is a version of that for the MAC.....) Then you can burn the img file with Etcher.
But the Pi3B+ is very new and requires the latest firmware and drivers to use its new hardware features. Are you sure that Kali-linux has been updated to support the Pi3B+ specifically? The Kali 2018.1 version was produced on 6th February 2018, which was before the 3B+ was released, so that version will not work. OS support for the 3B+ is rather limited at the moment, but it will improve as maintainers update their OSes.
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