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  1. #51
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    I have installed it onto a 32GB card but it seems to be a basic version.
    None of the tools seem to be pre loaded. I am on 1.0.9.10+kali1~r2u1 for armhf
    This was the newest version on the web site. Anyone else had this happen too?

  2. #52
    My wireless adapter seems to be unhappy with me and my RPi 2 Mod. B. I'm running the latest Kali ARM image on my Pi, and it's all fine and well, except for the adapter. It picks up that a wireless adapter is connected, but doesn't let me connect to a network. Says "device is not managed". My ethernet adapter is fine, but the weird thing is that none of the adapters are called normal things. There is no "wlan0" or anything, just "lo", along with the adapters' weird names: "enxe84e0634f2a8" (which I'm pretty sure is the wireless one, it's followed by a bunch of stuff including "Nickname:"<WIFI@REALTEK>"") and "enxb827eb953357". Why do they have those names? Not only do they have those names, but I can't do anything with them. I can access the internet, but it's slow, and when I use Airmon-ng, it doesn't do anything, and reports that it can't monitor mode the adapter. Any help?

  3. #53
    I've been having issues of my own with this build, but the issue your facing is an easy solution (sort of).
    I found that if you open terminal and do a quick

    apt-get update

    then

    apt-get upgrade

    and give it a sec, you should get some menus with aircrack-ng and nmap and some others. It's not everything we are supposed to get, but it's something, and if you want other specific scripts you can just APT-GET INSTALL them. ("apt-get install ophcrack" for example)

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    Quote Originally Posted by algy3289 View Post
    I have installed it onto a 32GB card but it seems to be a basic version.
    None of the tools seem to be pre loaded. I am on 1.0.9.10+kali1~r2u1 for armhf
    This was the newest version on the web site. Anyone else had this happen too?
    I found out that the rPi image is basically an empty image. You have to install the tools you want/need using apt-get. The meta-packages is a good start.
    Last edited by Toontje; 2016-03-14 at 10:26.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richtercamden View Post
    My wireless adapter seems to be unhappy with me and my RPi 2 Mod. B. I'm running the latest Kali ARM image on my Pi, and it's all fine and well, except for the adapter. It picks up that a wireless adapter is connected, but doesn't let me connect to a network. Says "device is not managed". My ethernet adapter is fine, but the weird thing is that none of the adapters are called normal things. There is no "wlan0" or anything, just "lo", along with the adapters' weird names: "enxe84e0634f2a8" (which I'm pretty sure is the wireless one, it's followed by a bunch of stuff including "Nickname:"<WIFI@REALTEK>"") and "enxb827eb953357". Why do they have those names? Not only do they have those names, but I can't do anything with them. I can access the internet, but it's slow, and when I use Airmon-ng, it doesn't do anything, and reports that it can't monitor mode the adapter. Any help?
    Same here.
    Last edited by Toontje; 2016-03-14 at 10:27.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richtercamden View Post
    My wireless adapter seems to be unhappy with me and my RPi 2 Mod. B. I'm running the latest Kali ARM image on my Pi, and it's all fine and well, except for the adapter. It picks up that a wireless adapter is connected, but doesn't let me connect to a network. Says "device is not managed". My ethernet adapter is fine, but the weird thing is that none of the adapters are called normal things. There is no "wlan0" or anything, just "lo", along with the adapters' weird names: "enxe84e0634f2a8" (which I'm pretty sure is the wireless one, it's followed by a bunch of stuff including "Nickname:"<WIFI@REALTEK>"") and "enxb827eb953357". Why do they have those names? Not only do they have those names, but I can't do anything with them. I can access the internet, but it's slow, and when I use Airmon-ng, it doesn't do anything, and reports that it can't monitor mode the adapter. Any help?
    Hi richtercamden,

    The new images are using persistent interfaces. You can switch back to the classic interface naming convention (wlan0, eth0, etc.) by adding the following keywords to the first line in your /boot/cmdline.txt:

    Code:
    net.ifnames=0 biosdevname=0
    Don't forget to mount /boot:

    Code:
    sudo mount /dev/mmcblk0p1 /boot
    More tips and a walk through of installing kali on a raspberry pi can be found in the Sticky-Finger's Kali-Pi blog under:

    http://whitedome.com.au/kali-pi

    Hope that helps,
    Re4son
    Last edited by re4son; 2016-04-16 at 05:55. Reason: URL update

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    help please

    Hello, when opening applications i have no kali menu to open tools
    I downloaded Meta packages from: 'apt-get update && apt-cache search kali-linux-full' but I didn't see any changes
    I have the raspberry pi 2/3 arm image
    16 gb SD card

    What do i do?

    EDIT: I now did the: apt-get update
    And apt-get upgrade
    I now got some tools but if in a video for puspose i need social engineering tool
    What command do i need to use to download that?
    Apt-get update social engineering tool
    Apt-get upgrade social engineering tool??
    Last edited by Sungod Ra; 2016-03-22 at 08:56. Reason: Made some steps

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    I'm new to Linux and the RPi... so please bear with me.

    I'm trying to follow this guide, granted it's a bit old. I'm able to install Kali just fine, but when I get to the part where I install the adafruit software, I get an error ("package architecture (armhf) does not match system (armel) "). This is step 6 of the third section, "Step Three: Plug Everything In and Power On".

    I've tried using this one, here: https://images.offensive-security.co...-rpitft.img.xz

    Any suggestions?

    I'm on a Raspberry B+

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sungod Ra View Post
    Hello, when opening applications i have no kali menu to open tools
    I downloaded Meta packages from: 'apt-get update && apt-cache search kali-linux-full' but I didn't see any changes
    I have the raspberry pi 2/3 arm image
    16 gb SD card

    What do i do?

    EDIT: I now did the: apt-get update
    And apt-get upgrade
    I now got some tools but if in a video for puspose i need social engineering tool
    What command do i need to use to download that?
    Apt-get update social engineering tool
    Apt-get upgrade social engineering tool??
    Thanks for this, I now have some tools too. Does anyone know where I can download the full list of what is available with apt-get command. Like to download a number more that OI have on the desktop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by forensic View Post
    Thanks for this, I now have some tools too. Does anyone know where I can download the full list of what is available with apt-get command. Like to download a number more that OI have on the desktop.
    Just use one of the metapackages listed here:

    https://www.kali.org/news/kali-linux-metapackages/

    e.g. via:

    Code:
    apt-get update
    apt-get install kali-linux-full
    Hope that helps,
    Re4son

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    Red face

    Quote Originally Posted by re4son View Post
    Just use one of the metapackages listed here:

    https://www.kali.org/news/kali-linux-metapackages/

    e.g. via:

    Code:
    apt-get update
    apt-get install kali-linux-full
    Hope that helps,
    Re4son
    Thanks, just what I required..

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    Quote Originally Posted by re4son View Post
    Just use one of the metapackages listed here:

    https://www.kali.org/news/kali-linux-metapackages/

    e.g. via:

    Code:
    apt-get update
    apt-get install kali-linux-full
    Hope that helps,
    Re4son
    I did that on a 16 gb sd card because that kali-Linux-full=9 gb (source:https://www.kali.org/news/kali-linux-metapackages/)
    After 3 hours of downloading.... Errors...
    i got some new tools but not the tools i ment....
    IMG_6639.jpg
    IMG_6640.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by re4son View Post
    Code:
    apt-get update
    apt-get install kali-linux-full
    Hmmm... I'm getting a "Unable to locate any package kali-linux-full"... I tried "kali-linux*" and got a similar error.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slow_one View Post
    Hmmm... I'm getting a "Unable to locate any package kali-linux-full"... I tried "kali-linux*" and got a similar error.
    That means you have no internet connection, put an cable in and restart the rPI

  15. #65
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    Hello folks,

    I'm having issues with installing Kali-ARM for Raspberry Pi 2.
    Being fairly new to the Pi with Kali I don't know where the error is being generated from.
    Sad enough, even Google couldn't find me a solution. In the image you can see the error.

    I tried flashing the image on a mini SD card (SanDisk Class 10 16GB) with 'dd' and 'Win32DiskImager'
    Neither worked. Plus, I had to restore the partitions on the SD card since the image messed it up to
    only viewing 60MB afterwards and having 14GB unallocated.

    Hope someone can help me out here.


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    Hi,

    maybe somebody can tell me where I go wrong.

    I have a RPi B+ and a SanDisk Ultra 32GB MicroSD HC I.

    I downloaded the Images

    kali-linux-light-2016.1-armel.img.xz
    kali-linux-light-2016.1-armhf.img.xz

    from

    http://cdimage.kali.org/kali-2016.1/

    I also used the Images from the download site. All result in the same error

    IMG_20160416_202444.687.jpg


    My way is:
    I use "xz -dv Imagefile.xz" than I use "dd if=imagefile of=/dev/sda1"

    Anyone an idea what I do wrong?

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    Damm I found the Problem maybe. Using dd to write to sda1 is wrong, it should be only sda -.-

    NOPE, still nope (((
    Last edited by MegaTraveller; 2016-04-16 at 19:55.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MegaTraveller View Post
    Damm I found the Problem maybe. Using dd to write to sda1 is wrong, it should be only sda -.-

    NOPE, still nope (((
    Hi MegaTraveller,

    try the Raspberry Pi images from the ARM Download page:

    https://www.offensive-security.com/k...ux-arm-images/

    This one here should do the trick:

    https://images.offensive-security.co...1.2-rpi.img.xz

    Hope that helps,
    Re4son

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    Quote Originally Posted by forensic View Post
    Thanks, just what I required..
    is RP3 image need Full Package ? its about 7GB i think all package has been installed .

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    Hello,

    I downloaded the Raspberry Pi images from the ARM Download page: (image name RaspberryPi 2 / 3)

    https://www.offensive-security.com/k...ux-arm-images/

    When I check the SHA1SUM, it does not match with the one on the page where I downloaded it : do you think I can install it anyway on my Pi3?
    Is it possible to install on a Pi3 a full version of Kali?

    Thanks in advance for your help

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    What about setting up the encryption + LUKS on the RPi3 in Kali 2 (latest version)?

    The only existing topic that exists addressing such question is from here but it doesn't work anymore either (just like the OffSec's official tutorial).

    It's now outdated as it seems.

    Anyone here succeeded in getting it to work on the Pi 2/3 with Kali 2 (rolling)?

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    for those having problems with installing Kali Linux ARM versions on Pi there is a great video on Youtube by Black Hack Wireless that worked really good for me....it was my first time trying to install anything I downloaded myself except the NOOBS files from the Foundation itself....

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    Cant boot v 2.1.2 in my Raspberry PI3

    I put latest Kali image in my SD card as stated in the docs:

    Code:
    sudo dd if=kali-2.1.2-rpi2.img of=/dev/rdisk3 bs=512k
    Raspberry PI 3 boots and starts to load network services but instead of starting X interface it reboots over and over and again

    I've tried 2 different SD card 8GB and 16GB, but with the same results...

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    Hello everyone, I am new to the forum and just received my RPi and need some assistance installing Kali on Raspberry Pi 2 and it boots up to the rainbow screen. Read several forum posts that pointed to power and faulty SD card. After several unsuccessful tries, I installed Raspbian and it booted up without any issues. I am using a Samsung EVO Plus 32GB Class 10. Tried adding the "boot_delay=1" but still not booting up. I am using a Macbook Pro with the latest OS and Windows 7. I tried mounting the Kali IMG (from two different sites) with terminal and with Apple-Pi Baker app, then tried it on my Windows computer using Win32Imager and still boots up to the rainbow screen. I dont know what else to do, does anybody have any suggestions that i can try?

    Thank you!

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    Raspberry Pi 3 + Adafruit TFT HELP!

    Ok - help needed - Raspberry Pi 3 with an Adafruit TFT display. I am downloading the correct image and writing it with Win32 DiskImage to an 8GB MicroSD. Pop it into my Pi, boot only to a white screen. HELP!

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    You've probably downloaded the pi-tft image for the Pi 1. It doesn't work with a Pi 2/3.
    You can find a step-by-step guide to get the display to work with kali on newer model Pi's here:
    https://whitedome.com.au/re4son/sticky-fingers-kali-pi/

    It's also available as ready-to-go image:
    https://whitedome.com.au/re4son/stic...stalled-image/

    Hope that helps,
    Re4son
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    Check out "Sticky Fingers Kali-Pi":
    https://re4son.com/kali-pi

    Now with mana-toolkit and more goodies!

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    do you know how to make a persistence partition? my kali image on my pi only has a couple megabytes out of 32 gbs?

    how big of space do you have for all of your docs, n stuff?

    can you help me create a persistence partition without encryption?
    Last edited by maiki; 2017-01-18 at 10:22. Reason: Merge posts

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    Is this image an "Embedded Linux?"

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