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  1. The Dell Chromebook 11 is an Intel Celeron...

    The Dell Chromebook 11 is an Intel Celeron machine, not an ARM device, so the way I do the ARM ones won't work. You would probably want to look into something like the instructions to install Arch...
  2. So are things working now for you, or not...

    So are things working now for you, or not working? I'm not quite clear based on your message whether you're all set, or still having issues.
  3. .net core *should* be accessible, however, the...

    .net core *should* be accessible, however, the build system for it is..... convoluted. That said... the version you need will depend on what image you are using. If you're using the typical...
  4. systemctl enable bluetooth only enables it next...

    systemctl enable bluetooth only enables it next boot, you need to
    systemctl start bluetooth otherwise it won't start until the next boot.

    Also note that the rpi image itself does not install the...
  5. The easiest way to install a desktop is to use...

    The easiest way to install a desktop is to use one of the meta packages that we have set up already. It will get you most of the way there typically. First off, I'm going to *highly* recommend...
  6. Thanks for the report, I can confirm the issue...

    Thanks for the report, I can confirm the issue here. Unfortunately the 64bit image for the RPi3 is considered experimental, as the kernel itself isn't the most stable. Can you reproduce the issue...
  7. Someone was in the IRC channel and ran into a...

    Someone was in the IRC channel and ran into a similar issue (perhaps it was you?)

    The second link you have there, the 2wcTsVm, has a patch at the very bottom - this should be applied to...
  8. That's a good question as to why it won't work. ...

    That's a good question as to why it won't work. What did you change the command line to add? You may need to go through and build the graphics into the kernel, I believe I have them as a module...
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    You would probably need to generate a custom iso...

    You would probably need to generate a custom iso installing the Nvidia drivers. Following https://docs.kali.org/development/live-build-a-custom-kali-iso

    You definitely want to read through that,...
  10. A lot of the tools won't work properly because...

    A lot of the tools won't work properly because WSL still doesn't have raw sockets (iirc) - that said, I do like it overall, in that, I can run various utilities and even compile software just fine on...
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    The image is experimental in that, things will...

    The image is experimental in that, things will break - if you have to have a 100% working image, I would suggest you stick with the 32bit image for now.

    Firefox is a known issue unfortunately, and...
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    You could always download the various tools and...

    You could always download the various tools and try to install them on devuan. We (Kali) have no plans currently to move to using Devuan as a base instead of Debian.
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    I do not have any 128GB SD cards, so I haven't...

    I do not have any 128GB SD cards, so I haven't tried that. Can/have you tried with the 2018.4 image?
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    Can you expand on what you mean by the screen...

    Can you expand on what you mean by the screen goes blank? That often happens due to the settings of XFCE to blank the screen/lock it - however I've noticed that occasionally it will crash and so you...
  15. Not all external hard drives can be used to boot,...

    Not all external hard drives can be used to boot, it depends on the device unfortunately. Have you searched the net to see if your hard drive supports being a boot device (other people mentioning...
  16. The issue seems to be related to...

    The issue seems to be related to fontconfig/libfontconfig1 but if you downgrade them, they'll fail to install because the previous version had issues with empty folders.

    Probably better to open a...
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    If you mean https://github.com/samaaron/sonic-pi...

    If you mean https://github.com/samaaron/sonic-pi it looks like it's still active - or is this a different project with the same name?

    Unfortunately, I do not have the free time to look through an...
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    What changes did you make? ssh is enabled by...

    What changes did you make? ssh is enabled by default on the rpi3, and the default sshd_config that we use in kali enables listening on all devices.
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    Well, personally I have a soft spot in my heart...

    Well, personally I have a soft spot in my heart for the Pimoroni Hyperpixel - but that's because it is 800x480 in a 3.5" screen - they're kind of delicate though.

    For a list of supported boards (I...
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    Did it freeze or was it just taking a long time? ...

    Did it freeze or was it just taking a long time? ExploitDB is a fairly large package, as far as package sizes go (~171MB installed) - either way, can you try to send ctrl+alt+f1 to the VM and see if...
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    Which 3.5" TFT is it? If it is a KeDei screen,...

    Which 3.5" TFT is it? If it is a KeDei screen, I'm sorry to say, you're likely SOL due to the way they modify the kernel which makes it incompatible with everything else.

    The TFT version of the...
  22. Did you blow the fuse for usb boot already? ...

    Did you blow the fuse for usb boot already? https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/hardware/raspberrypi/bootmodes/msd.md
  23. Not mon0 up, you should use monstart -...

    Not mon0 up, you should use monstart - alternatively, after a dist-upgrade (and assuming you've followed the steps for the boot firmware issue...
  24. you do monstart/monstop now; this is fixed in...

    you do monstart/monstop now; this is fixed in aircrack-ng 1.4 but we don't have that version in Kali yet.

    We already use re4son's kernel, so... not sure what you're asking/meaning there.

    The...
  25. Was /boot/cmdline.txt modified to point to...

    Was /boot/cmdline.txt modified to point to /dev/sda2 for rootfs?

    Will likely also need to modify the /etc/fstab file as well to point to the correct partitions when using usb.

    And re:...
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    It looks like there's a small issue with the...

    It looks like there's a small issue with the headers package when installed.

    In order to fix it, you'll need to do the following:


    cd /lib/modules/4.14.50-kali-v7+/
    ln -s...
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    That was because I'd not given the full fix -...

    That was because I'd not given the full fix - copy and pasting from the other thread on this issue here, as well as the bug that has been opened about it in our tracker.

    The error comes because of...
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    The error comes because of a change made in the...

    The error comes because of a change made in the 2018.3 release to use the Debian package for the firmware. Unfortunately, there was never an update during the process of adding it so I never ran...
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    I've just tested it myself, and can reproduce the...

    I've just tested it myself, and can reproduce the issue. It seems that Debian's package expects /boot/firmware to be its own mount point instead of a directory. Due to the way we create images, the...
  30. Can you provide the actual error messages?

    Can you provide the actual error messages?
  31. The repos are currently "locked" for changes...

    The repos are currently "locked" for changes because of Blackhat/Defcon.
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    Good news everyone! I've figured out a way to do...

    Good news everyone! I've figured out a way to do it reliably.

    The following steps are expected to be taken from a Chromebook that is booted from an sdcard. Modify the device name if you're using...
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    For now, until upstream comes up with a better...

    For now, until upstream comes up with a better solution, I've pulled beef-xss out of the dependencies on arm64. You should now be able to apt-get install kali-linux-full (or apt-get install...
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    \n is actually "newline" aka "hit enter" what...

    \n is actually "newline" aka "hit enter"

    what it's actually saying to do for the script is:

    echo -e (expand) "d" (delete) (press enter) "2" (the second partition) (press enter) "w" (write the...
  35. t00tz, if you can, try to upgrade to the latest...

    t00tz, if you can, try to upgrade to the latest kernel - since we don't include the package in kali itself yet, we have builds of the debs on the nethunter github - you can find the latest release at...
  36. It could be the sdcard. I'd definitely run...

    It could be the sdcard. I'd definitely run through the instructions again. I've done it on 4 different sdcards and haven't had it drop me to a shell because it couldn't mount the partition. I'd...
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    Hi Ortha, Unfortunately, the upstream project...

    Hi Ortha,

    Unfortunately, the upstream project for ruby-therubyracer uses a very old version of libv8 that does not support arm64. You can install the packages manually (you can `apt show...
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    You can't install kali-linux-full due to it...

    You can't install kali-linux-full due to it having a dependency on beef-xss.

    beef-xss can't be installed because it (and a few other packages) depend on ruby-therubyracer - unfortunately,...
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    AArch64 is the official architecture name. arm64...

    AArch64 is the official architecture name. arm64 is the packaging name.

    In regards to 1) the kernel headers are there, they are located in /usr/src/kernel - /lib/modules/3.14.x/ should have the...
  40. Hey Alexus, Thanks for the report - despite...

    Hey Alexus,

    Thanks for the report - despite the image corruption with --test, the image still worked, and tools like pixz were extracting it (what is used to create the image);

    That said, I've...
  41. If you're going to insist on specifying every...

    If you're going to insist on specifying every application, make sure it's passing --no-install-recommends to the apt install command, as that won't pull in *any* recommended apps. It's quite...
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    You need to NOT mix all the different...

    You need to NOT mix all the different repositories.

    Remove the Kali sana lines.
    Remove the Ubuntu saucy lines.
    Remove the Debian jessie lines.

    You will run into issues when you mix and match...
  43. Addressing your last comment, we can't fix the...

    Addressing your last comment, we can't fix the issue WITHOUT the logs, and that's why we would ask for the logs. ALWAYS keep the logs. That being said, you will want to "apt-get update && apt-get...
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    after you expanded the partition, did you reboot?...

    after you expanded the partition, did you reboot?

    Looking in dmesg to see why it goes into read only mode would help a ton in troubleshooting what's going on there.
  45. However, if I fix it for him, it doesn't teach...

    However, if I fix it for him, it doesn't teach him to do it for himself.

    And again, the systemd rants are for elsewhere. Go make a fresh post about how it sucks instead of tucking it in to edits...
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    Can you boot from a livecd and then check the...

    Can you boot from a livecd and then check the logs? See if anything is even being written to them at boot time? Would help a ton rather than guess based on monitor not being detected (and it could...
  47. Just because *you* do not understand a tool...

    Just because *you* do not understand a tool doesn't make it bad. There are many annoying features of systemd, HOWEVER, they have ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with the issues the person in this thread is...
  48. There isn't one, so you'd have to roll your own. ...

    There isn't one, so you'd have to roll your own. The easiest way would be to look through the scripts and find one closest to the device you're using (probably one of the other Allwinner scripts)...
  49. He is already "on" sana. And no,...

    He is already "on" sana.

    And no, dist-upgrades in kali do not have to be incremental.

    He isn't running into issues because of systemd, he's running into issues because he enabled...
  50. you have packages from a variety of sources...

    you have packages from a variety of sources installed now. You need to use kali-rolling, not sana or moto.

    You can attempt to remove the problematic packages, and you can look in the logs to see...
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