Now metasploit is not distributed with Kali Linux (it was distributed with backtrack though). However, Kali has it on its repositories, and it can be easily downloaded and installed by executing-
apt-get install armitageIt will check dependencies and download the required file and install Armitage for you. After its done, you can start armitage by using the following code-
service postgresql start
service metasploit start
Now the tough coding (honestly there wasn't anything tough about that) that you had to do with Metasploit, becomes as easy as a click on Armitage. Better yet, you can see exactly what line of code is actually executed when you do something with your mouse. As a start, you should do a quick scan with OS detect.
And while it does ask you to enter some stuff now, it is going to be pretty easy, you just have to follow the example given by armitage with some modification.
First do your old ifconfig on a new terminal to find you IP
Now, after a few seconds, you will see the following message, and it tells you exactly what you're supposed to do next.
Metasploit tutorials). Everything will be quite easy, except for the fact that the exploits in attack section will be possible exploits, that might or might not work. If you're expecting a click to hack you a Windows 7 machine, then that's just not happening. It might work with an unpatched XP machine, a ms03_026_dcom might do the trick, or the netapi one. Good luck with playing around with this tool. And here's the official Armitage website (media section link, useful vids and pics there) where you might find some more guidance, though the tool doesn't need any.