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    list of required kernel patches?

    I'm putting together a 6.0 kernel based on hells-core/benzocore.

    i've got the packet injection, hid, and cdrom patches in, are there any other patches I should know about?

    cheers

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    These are the essential ones to make NetHunter fully work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phreya View Post
    These are the essential ones to make NetHunter fully work.
    Can you link me to hid, DriveDroid and injection patches? I want to add them to op2 kernel (Boeffla). I appreciate it. Cd rom patch is already in it. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicesoni_ash View Post
    Can you link me to hid, DriveDroid and injection patches? I want to add them to op2 kernel (Boeffla). I appreciate it. Cd rom patch is already in it. Thanks.
    In case you still into doing it, I haven't been in here for quite few months...


    Code:
    https://github.com/offensive-security/kali-nethunter/wiki/Modifying-the-Kernel
    I hope you figured that out already

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    I have modified the CM-14.1 kernel for Samsung Galaxy S5 (klte) to be nethunter readfy (hid patch, reworked y cable patch, cd-rom already present, loadable modules support, wireless drivers).
    I have three issues remaining, for which I'm not sure how to implement them into the nethunter or cyanogen build process.

    1) Kernel modules are packed to /system/lib/modules, but searched by modprobe in /system/lib/modules/'uname -r'
    I've solved this by manual creation of a symlink ( /system/lib/modules/'uname -r' --> /system/lib/modules) but I think this isn't the best way.

    2) I didn't manage to integrate the firmwares needed for the wireless drivers (for example htc_9271.fw for ath9k_htc.ko). Again the only idea I have is to push the manually to the system partition, as I'm not sure where to do it during the build process.

    3) I have to load drivers manually with modprobe if needed. I'm not sure how this is circumvented in the official nethunter releases (or are the drivers compiled into kernel).

    I would be happy for a little guidance. Btw. I would have been fine using the official nethunter release for galaxy s5 using cm-13.0, but somehow the camera wasn't working anymore.

    Bonus question: I didn't make any changes to the kernel according SELinux, it should remain in strict mode but is switched to moderate after flashing nethunter - how is this done ? Init script ?


    Best regards, MaMe82

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    This right things necessary to make NetHunter fully working.

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