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    Raspberry Pi with the PiTFT and Kali Linux 2017

    Hello, can I make to run adafruit PiTFT display and touchscreen with Kali Linux 2017 and how can I do it?
    I will be happy to see your experience!
    Thanks!

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    Yes, you sure can.
    Just head over to this site and follow the instructions:

    https://whitedome.com.au/re4son/re4son-kernel/
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    My question is how can I install this image:
    https://whitedome.com.au/re4son/down...-armhf-re4son/

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    You can use win32diskimager to write that image file to your sd card if you are a Windows user.
    If you use linux, you can use "dd".
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    Hello thank you for your answers.
    But where Is the right image?
    Do you can write name of image here?
    First I need image with current Kali.
    The second thing is to configure display to work.
    The next thing is that I should to do something to make run touchscreen..
    And the last thing is to calibrate screen and resolution?

    Now I tried sticky images but I am in trouble with touchscreen and resolution.

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    What's the model of your raspberry pi and which adafruit screen do you use?
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    Raspberry is Pi 3, display is PiTFT 2.8 for Raspberry PI B+. The general problem here is touch screen, it doesn't work. Screen is okay but resolution is not good.
    Last edited by Tanner_Zaitt; 2017-10-19 at 01:22 PM.

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    capacitive or resistive touchscreen?
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    The type of touchscreen is resistive.

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