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  1. Long week. Must have gotten the date mixed up. Excuse me while I wipe the egg off of my face.
  2. Beginning of the second vid shows it plugged in to a new battery pack. I doubt it has an internal battery but maybe they have a new battery pack that will power it sufficiently (also the battery pack does not appear to be 5v based on the connector)
  3. hopefully it is released on the site shortly after the release party.
  4. Reboot clears it. But you're low on space because there isn't much to begin with (less than one meg I believe). This is why a flash drive is highly recommended.
  5. Scp localfile ipaddress:\path\filename
  6. I cannot seem to find where those fixes are done. Would you be willing to share what fixes you do?
  7. Alright, really strange for those that try this in the future: Running "opkg install sslstrip --dest usb" from the command line will NOT work. But if you run "exec opkg install sslstrip --dest usb" it installs and works perfectly. It works, and I do not know why. Is there a way of running exec to make it work without killing the script afterwards?
  8. As posted by someone else on page 5, that command for some reason does not install properly. It gives a bunch of twisted and zope-interface errors. I have reflashed to stock 3.0.0 and completely deleted everything on my USB. When installing sslstrip to usb using the command above (after updating opkg) it still errors out. Yet doing the install through the infusion causes it to work correctly. Are you downloading it first manually? Or possibly installing some of the other dependencies manually? Thanks for your help. Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usb/usr/bin/sslstrip", line 27,
  9. Depends on what you mean by "not recommended". If you're using the pineapple juice, then no it will not work properly. Problem is the pineapple juice does not provide enough power really to run the pineapple under full load with a peripheral anyway. If you bump up the power pack to something sufficient, then the sandisk works just fine.
  10. I edited the first post with installation instructions. That is how you install on 3.0.0. As for the infusion part, I do not know php and have too much going on right now to learn it ATM. If someone else wants to help tackle it I'm all for it, but I mostly did this as a side project. I didn't expect much demand for it
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