I encountered a Grub error while booting Kali installer (by usb), i’ve tried to fix the error with a live version, but as before, when It boots the usb it shows the same error. I’ve tried with “normal” command that shows the OSs to boot (kali linux; kali linux (forences) and anothers similars) but newly don’t boot showing “linux is not a recognized command”
Yes, that is possible. Ubuntu has straight up by far the best hardware support available in the Linux OS world. I still remember setting up Debian on a brand new laptop for someone, a couple of months ago. It took me a couple of hours, then I gave up.
I then created a Kubuntu USB live medium, booted into it, installed the OS onto the laptop and BOOM. Everything just works. Simple as that. No need to screw around with Debian, just because it has trouble to load the right drivers.
Additionally, Kali is based on Debian, anyway. So, if you cannot get Debian to work, you most likely won’t get Kali to work, either, and vice versa.