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  1. X11VNC WILL start as root. It seems the software now on the robot is different than on older versions. You don't need to create a "Lely" user. /usr is for user-installed programs. /usr/Lely is for user installed programs of Lely category, any user can access them. The problem/reason X11vnc won't start is because it isn't linking correctly to a library. In order to get x11vnc to start run export DISPLAY=:0 cd /usr/Lely/vnc LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/Lely/vnc Then it will start for you. But it will still be read-only, because XTEST is missing. I'm working on
  2. So I have good news and bad news. I was able to login as root (Excellent news!) The bad news is, x11vnc that is installed on the robots doesn't seem compatible with input... Will continue to dig deeper.
  3. Curious as to what tools you have left on your PC?
  4. You're not the only one with this problem. Our A4s are 5 years old and the password is not 'lely' on them either. I have not been able to log in yet.
  5. Sorry Hemmy15, I've been not on here much for a while again... Accessing t4c remotely and accessing the robot touchscreen remotely are different systems, but I can help you do both. You will need to get a machine that runs Linux (or a linux instance in a VM like virtualbox on the T4CPC), and also has access to the LAN that the robots are on. The amount of linux required is pretty minimal, but the more 'remoteness' you need, the more complex it gets. I can do it from anywhere in the world I have internet, using my phone, but I don't because it's pretty tedious. If you're trying
  6. Not yet. @LivingDodo asked me for my software version and serial #. I'm waiting for him to get back to me.
  7. so, What I'm getting looks like this: If you trust this host, enter "y" to add the key to PuTTY's cache and carry on connecting. If you want to carry on connecting just once, without adding the key to the cache, enter "n". If you do not trust this host, press Return to abandon the
  8. Did you copy & paste that or type it out? Also, what version of robot is it, and what software version is i running?
  9. I'm not home but I tried to ssh in as username lely password lely no sauce yet
  10. I'm actually not sure I tried that! Mostly I tried to log into root or 'admin' I'll try lely lely it likely is vulnerable to privilege escalation attacks somewhere
  11. Hi Everyone, update time. I plugged in a keyboard and it did do interesting things, sort of. Ctrl + Alt + FX (X != 2 ) directs you to a console login. I tried all the obvious-ish default passwords. Lely, Password, 123456, etc. It is quite slow on the password denied response, so perhaps I need to buy a rubber ducky and let it go all night long or something. The good news is it does keep milking cows while messing with it, you just have to remember to CtrlAltF2 before you unplug the keyboard. Video: I haven't done a hard reboot, I think that's the next step, remove power a
  12. Hey guys! Sorry for the delay I didn't realize there was this much demand. I do have a semi-useful (functional but cludgey) remote access to the robot. Now that Help4Tec has said to just plug in a keyboard I am going to try that and I will post a video showing what happens. Thanks everyone!
  13. I am wondering whether you mean telling the CRS+ that you changed the filter, or whether it is on your robot screen? So far I only have access to the touchpad on the robot itself, not the CRS. I'm working on it, though.
  14. I have no terminal access on robot. There is no built in command line interface on the robot. I have no ssh credentials for it either. I am connecting via a Kali linux laptop on the same LAN. Since my last update I have made a bit of progress. (still no terminal though) I have discovered that I can use xdotool (on my linux laptop, after I have done export DISPLAY= to move the mouse pointer and click stuff. It is pretty rudimentary but it does allow remote access. Since the buttons are always in the same place on the screen I can write scripts to reliably click on
  15. Update: I have managed to accomplish the exact OPPOSITE of what I want. if I open a terminal and type export DISPLAY=<IP here> then: xterm, an xterm appears on the robot screen. So for those who are unsure about what I want, Its the opposite of this. I want the robot screen on my laptop
  16. Oh sorry, I should've explained the architecture more. There's a windows 7 PC that runs Microsoft IIS7, and the SQL server and such. <That's the machine I have SSH and VNC access to. That's the system that runs the web interface so we can see how much milk our cows are making, and stuff like that. After every time it milks a cow, the robot sends an update over the LAN with the information it got, and then the server updates the web interface. I have about an hour worth of packets captured with wireshark but I can't really make sense of it. If anyone shows up that has exper
  17. Hey Just_a_User! Thanks for the reply. I do have that information already indeed. The "server" that is running T4C is physically accessible to us/me and I have snooped around it some. It is running IIS7 and whatever SQL server microsoft uses. I would really really really like to have raw SQL access too, so if you have any pointers on how to get those that would actually be pretty sweet too. Here's a port scan of the server Not shown: 984 closed ports PORT STATE SERVICE
  18. So I'm a dairy farmer, and a couple years ago we bought a pair of Lely A4 Astronaut milking robots. They work great and they milk cows pretty well but there are a few things that they don't let you do out of the box. Now for the cool part. They run Linux! I'm not exactly sure what's going on behind the scenes but according to their service techs the robot has a built in tablet running like Android 2 or something awful and ancient. Here's a screenshot. http://imgur.com/a/6CmiQ The robots are connected to a LAN. I fired up a port scanner and found an open VNC port, but unfortunately
  19. I don't mean to thread hijack too badly ... But I ended up with the usb-less model because I'm a noob. Going to try the clean flash method unless someone warns me it won't work. Will post results. Also wondering if usb mod would be possible. I can soldier. From the pictures looks like my board is missing a couple capacitors at the sub port end.
  20. Sebkinne, I'm actually not using a "proper" pineapple. I'm using a raspberry pi with the patched version of hostapd from dijininjas website. I saw on another forum that telot apparently had this working. Hopefully he will weigh in eventually.
  21. Angelburnt, what you have said in your last post doesn't make a lot of sense to me, but I'll try to explain anyway. When you have saved networks in your computer/phone/tablet, it scans for them periodically. The pineapple will respond to such scans with a "yes" answer. The devices will then try to connect. This connection is supposed to succeed of the device your computer scanned for was an open network. However if it was an encrypted one the device will not be able to connect to the pineapple because the pineapple does not know the encryption key the device is trying to use. If the saved net
  22. I know exactly what Zetemkaa is trying to say here. Clients are not auto connecting to karma. I am having a similar experience. In one of the demonstrations on the show, Darren shows the list of all the SSID's that the pineapple is spoofing. On my windows 7 laptop, and my ipad, and my blackberry, and my android, this does not happen, even though there are many unsecured networks in the config of each of these devices, they will not autoconnect to karma. HOWEVER if I go to the "connect to a hidden network" dialog box and type in gfxufcrx- basically anything. It will send out a probe request
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