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  • in reply to: Comments from Blog Post “Sticky Finger’ Kali-Pi” #1102
    Re4son
    Keymaster

    Hi n0b0dy,

    I’m not quite sure what’s going on. I’ve imaged a card with 2.1.2, changed locals to spanish and followed all your steps a couple of times without any problems. This is what I get:

    Preparando para desempaquetar libraspberrypi0_1.20160323-1_armhf.deb ...
    Desempaquetando libraspberrypi0 (1.20160323-1) ...
    Configurando libraspberrypi0 (1.20160323-1) ...
    Seleccionando el paquete libraspberrypi-bin previamente no seleccionado.
    (Leyendo la base de datos ... 117809 ficheros o directorios instalados actualmente.)
    Preparando para desempaquetar libraspberrypi-bin_1.20160323-1_armhf.deb ...
    Desempaquetando libraspberrypi-bin (1.20160323-1) ...
    Seleccionando el paquete libraspberrypi-dev previamente no seleccionado.
    Preparando para desempaquetar libraspberrypi-dev_1.20160323-1_armhf.deb ...
    Desempaquetando libraspberrypi-dev (1.20160323-1) ...
    Seleccionando el paquete libraspberrypi-doc previamente no seleccionado.
    Preparando para desempaquetar libraspberrypi-doc_1.20160323-1_armhf.deb ...
    Desempaquetando libraspberrypi-doc (1.20160323-1) ...
    Configurando libraspberrypi-bin (1.20160323-1) ...
    Configurando libraspberrypi-dev (1.20160323-1) ...
    Configurando libraspberrypi-doc (1.20160323-1) ...
    **** Kernel install complete! ****

    **** Fixing unmet dependencies in Kali Linux ****

    **** Unmet dependencies in Kali Linux fixed ****
    **** Installing Raspberry Pi 3 WiFi drivers ****
    cp: ¿sobreescribir '/lib/firmware/brcm/brcmfmac43430-sdio.bin'? (s/n) cp: ¿sobreescribir '/lib/firmware/brcm/brcmfmac43430-sdio.txt'? (s/n)
    **** Driver install complete! ****

    **** Please send me an e-mail in case you encounter errors: re4son [at] whitedome.com.au
    Reboot to apply changes? (y/n):

    Is the screen already attached when you run it? If so I’d suggest to remove it for the installation and see how you go.
    You’ve probably done it but just in case you haven’t: step 2 should include “apt-get upgrade”, e.g. “apt-get update && apt-get upgrade”.

    Fingers crossed and please let us know how you go.

    Many thanks,
    Re4son

    in reply to: Comments from Blog Post “Sticky Finger’ Kali-Pi” #1101
    Re4son
    Keymaster

    One more thing.

    I haved update the Package LIBC-BIN 2.21-9 to 2.22-6 and that also gives me error

    Thanks
    Original author: n0b0dy

    in reply to: Comments from Blog Post “Sticky Finger’ Kali-Pi” #1100
    Re4son
    Keymaster

    Hi Re4son

    Thank for your help!
    I did it like this.

    Hardware:
    Raspberry pi 3
    Touchsreen RB TFT3.2-V2
    SDcard 16gb

    Install Step By Step
    1-. dd if=kali-2.1.2-rpi2.img of=/dev/mmcblk0 bs=512k
    2-. apt-get update
    3-. mount /dev/mmcblk0p1 /boot
    4-. cd /usr/local/src
    5-. wgethttp://www.whitedome.com.au/download/adafruit_pitft_kernel_1.20160323-Re4son-1.2.tar.gz
    6-. tar -xf adafruit_pitft_kernel_1.20160323-Re4son-1.2.tar.gz
    7-. cd adafruit_pitft_kernel_1.20160323-Re4son-1.2
    8-. ./install.sh

    Ouput with error:

    Preparando para desempaquetar libraspberrypi0_1.20160323-1_armhf.deb …
    Desempaquetando libraspberrypi0 (1.20160323-1) …
    Configurando libraspberrypi0 (1.20160323-1) …
    Procesando disparadores para libc-bin (2.21-9) …
    Aborted
    /sbin/ldconfig.real: Path `/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf’ given more than once
    /sbin/ldconfig.real: Path `/usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf’ given more than once
    Aborted
    dpkg: error al procesar el paquete libc-bin (–install):
    el subproceso instalado el script post-installation devolvió el código de salida de error 134
    Se encontraron errores al procesar:
    libc-bin
    Error completing: dpkg
    Original author: n0b0dy

    in reply to: Comments from Blog Post “Sticky Finger’ Kali-Pi” #1099
    Re4son
    Keymaster

    Hi n0b0dy,

    I’ve just done a fresh install using 2.1.2 without any problems.
    What hardware are you using and when do you get the error?

    Cheers,
    Re4son
    Original author: Re4son

    in reply to: Comments from Blog Post “Sticky Finger’ Kali-Pi” #1098
    Re4son
    Keymaster

    Hi.

    Great Tutorial but anyone proved with the version Kali 2.1.2?
    i haved error with libc-bin
    Original author: n0b0dy

    in reply to: Comments from Blog Post “Sticky Finger’ Kali-Pi” #1097
    Re4son
    Keymaster

    Hi jpearn,

    good to hear that things are working out for you.
    You can start the VNC service as user pi by adjusting menu_kali-3.py:

    uncomment line 138 and comment out line 139
    uncomment line 142 and comment out line 143

    You want to start vncserver like this:
    run_cmd(“/usr/bin/sudo -u pi /usr/bin/vncserver :1″)

    Give that a try and let us know how you go.

    I would love to see your menus on the 2.8” in action. Would you mind sharing your results?

    Cheers,
    Re4son

    in reply to: Comments from Blog Post “Sticky Finger’ Kali-Pi” #1096
    Re4son
    Keymaster

    OK, working through the menus as they are resized, VNC starts as user root from the menu and hangs waiting to update a password. Running vncpasswd /root/.vnc/passwd sets the password up correctly, but the session is running with window manager as root.
    Original author: jpearn

    in reply to: Comments from Blog Post “Sticky Finger’ Kali-Pi” #1095
    Re4son
    Keymaster

    Looks to be a voltage issue, changed the PSU and all good now 🙂
    Original author: jpearn

    in reply to: Comments from Blog Post “Sticky Finger’ Kali-Pi” #1094
    Re4son
    Keymaster

    Hi, thanks for the image, I am slowly adapting it to the 2.8 PiTFT. I am at the stage of editing the menus / touch areas which is going OK, however I cannot get the SDR-Scanner to run. I quickly see an error ‘error code -1 when opening sdr’. Do you have any ideas ? I have a WL722N plugged in and working as wlan1.
    Original author: jpearn

    in reply to: Comments from Blog Post “Sticky Finger’ Kali-Pi” #1093
    Re4son
    Keymaster

    Hi aDude,

    not sure what happened there, libusb-1.0-0 should get automatically installed when you install libusb-1.0-0-dev.
    Why don’t you install aptitude (sudo apt-get install aptitude) and search for libusb via “aptitude search libusb-1.0.0”. The output should be:
    i A libusb-1.0-0
    p libusb-1.0-0-dbg
    i libusb-1.0-0-dev

    “i” means it’s installed, “A” means it was installed automatically.
    If libusb-1.0-0 is not installed just run “sudo apt-get libusb-1.0-0”

    That should do the trick.
    Please let me know how you go,
    Re4son

    in reply to: Comments from Blog Post “Sticky Finger’ Kali-Pi” #1092
    Re4son
    Keymaster

    Hey Re4son,

    Thanks for the help, I got the tft up and running. Now I am trying to install the SDR Scanner and when I run the line “cmake ../ -DINSTALL_UDEV_RULES=ON -DDETACH_KERNEL_DRIVER=ON”, I get an error saying “CMake Error at CMakeLists.txt:69 (message): LibUSB 1.0 required to compile rtl-sdr”. I then installed libusb-1.0-0-dev but I am still getting the same error. Do you have any suggestions by chance?

    Thanks for the help
    Original author: aDude

    in reply to: Comments from Blog Post “Sticky Finger’ Kali-Pi” #1091
    Re4son
    Keymaster

    Hi aDude,

    did you run the helper with the correct arguments for the 2.8″ screen?
    I believe it should be:

    ./adafruit-pitft-helper -t 28r -u /root

    Many thanks,
    Re4son

    in reply to: Comments from Blog Post “Sticky Finger’ Kali-Pi” #1090
    Re4son
    Keymaster

    Hey Re4son,

    I recently purchased a Raspberry 3 and tft. I went through your instructions and was able to finish the “Install the PiTFT screen:” . After rebooting, the screen was on but now I cannot read or make out anything being displayed. I can still see that Kali is being loaded onto the screen and I am able to login but cannot do much else. My screen size is a 2.8. Do you have any suggestions on how I may be able to resolve this issue?
    Original author: aDude

    in reply to: Comments from Blog Post “Sticky Finger’ Kali-Pi” #1089
    Re4son
    Keymaster

    How do I adjust the dimensions of the menu for the 2.8 screen? Sorry, I’m a newb
    Original author: Kenneth Woodham

    in reply to: Comments from Blog Post “Sticky Finger’ Kali-Pi” #1088
    Re4son
    Keymaster

    Hi Kenneth,

    sorry for that. Maybe I should have had another coffee too before I did the last update 😉

    Thanks for letting me know. I’ve fixed it.

    Many thanks,
    Re4son

    in reply to: Comments from Blog Post “Sticky Finger’ Kali-Pi” #1087
    Re4son
    Keymaster

    Thanks for this! One nitpick: You’re instructions need to be updated when installing the PiTFT to reflect the name change of the file you download.
    wget http://www.whitedome.com.au/download/adafruit_pitft_kernel_1.20160323-Re4son-1.2.tar.gz
    tar -xf adafruit_pitft_kernel_1.20160323-1.tar.gz
    cd adafruit_pitft_kernel_1.20160323-1

    Having not had enough coffee, it took me a couple of minutes to figure out why i couldn’t get it to work.
    Original author: Kenneth Woodham

    in reply to: Comments from Blog Post “Sticky Finger’ Kali-Pi” #1086
    Re4son
    Keymaster

    Hi blackyE,

    I’m glad it works for you. You can find the settings in “/boot/config.txt”.
    Don’t forget to mount /boot first via “mount /dev/mmcblk0p1 /boot”

    Cheers,
    Re4son

    in reply to: Comments from Blog Post “Sticky Finger’ Kali-Pi” #1085
    Re4son
    Keymaster

    Thank you very much, its Working now!
    I just want to change the speed of the tft in the boot file but i cant find it! Do you know where i can find the settings?

    Thx
    Original author: blackyE

    in reply to: Comments from Blog Post “Sticky Finger’ Kali-Pi” #1084
    Re4son
    Keymaster

    I found the culprit:

    The latest kali image omits the file “/etc/kbd/config” causing the PITFT-Helper to exit prematurely when you run it.
    Easy to fix – just type:

    mkdir /etc/kbd
    cd /etc/kbd
    wget http://www.whitedome.com.au/download/config

    Then run the PITFT-Helper again.

    I’ve just done it a few times and it worked like a charm.
    Please let me know how you go.

    I’ve also updated the kernel package under http://www.whitedome.com.au/download/adafruit_pitft_kernel_1.20160323-Re4son-1.2.tar.gz
    to patch this problem during the install.

    Good luck,
    Re4son

    in reply to: Comments from Blog Post “Sticky Finger’ Kali-Pi” #1083
    Re4son
    Keymaster

    after the pitft helper installation there was no Output on the screen when asked.
    I’m Booting to the gui! Now when the pi is Booting, the screen is white and i get Output on hdmi.
    Original author: blackyE

    in reply to: Comments from Blog Post “Sticky Finger’ Kali-Pi” #1082
    Re4son
    Keymaster

    Hi blackyE,

    Let me do a new vanilla installation this arvo to see if I can reproduce the problem.
    Have you told the pitft-helper to display to the tft in text mode? If so, do you get any output during the boot process?
    Are you booting into GUI or text mode. GUI with pitft is very fragile, that’s why sticky fingers boots into text mode and lets you start XWindow manually.

    I’ll get back to you tonight if I can reproduce the problem,
    Re4son
    Original author: Re4son

    in reply to: Comments from Blog Post “Sticky Finger’ Kali-Pi” #1081
    Re4son
    Keymaster

    Hi Re4son,

    thank you for updating the kernel package.
    Now my pi3 is rebooting after installing the kernel package but when i install the pitfthelper there is only a white screen.
    With the HDMI connected there is output on the monitor.
    Any ideas?

    THX
    Original author: blackyE

    in reply to: Comments from Blog Post “Sticky Finger’ Kali-Pi” #1080
    Re4son
    Keymaster

    Hi all,

    Good news:
    I’ve updated the kernel package to work on the Raspberry Pi 3 with Kali Linux.
    Just follow these steps to upgrade:

    mount /dev/mmcblk0p1 /boot
    wget http://www.whitedome.com.au/download/adafruit_pitft_kernel_1.20160323-1.tar.gz
    tar -xf adafruit_pitft_kernel_1.20160323-1.tar.gz
    cd adafruit_pitft_kernel_1.20160323-1
    ./install.sh

    Be safe,
    Re4son

    in reply to: Comments from Blog Post “Sticky Finger’ Kali-Pi” #1079
    Re4son
    Keymaster

    I have the same issue . Could you please post the code as well ?
    Original author: x

    in reply to: Comments from Blog Post “Sticky Finger’ Kali-Pi” #1078
    Re4son
    Keymaster

    thanks for the prompt reply , im actually messing with it as i write this, i will def post some pics when finished
    Original author:

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