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  1. I wrote a guide. It's pretty much finished besides the bad HTML. It's available at: https://sites.google.com/site/dump1090qld If I helped you....Consider donating some doge/ltc/btc via the addresses on that page. Thanks, p00r white guy.
  2. Hi, so I've started using Ubuntu (after a really long time) and I have a really frustrating problem. I have dfu-programmer-0.5.4 and I've already extracted everything from its archive, but I cannot compile the code so I can flash my duck. It cannot compile because the usb.h file is missing. Can anyone help? Thanks.
  3. Best 5 Things To Do After Installing Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Trusty Tahr : Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr has just been launched a few days ago and most of you out there install it, sow in this brief how-to, let us discuss how we can enhance Ubuntu 14.04 further for day to day activities. Requirements vary from person to person, depending upon whether the person is experienced Ubuntu user, a novice user, an artist or a programmer, but most of the things listed here are essential after a clean install of Ubuntu. This post we will share some interesting insights and ideas about what you can and should do after a successful installation of Ubuntu. If you have already a previous release of Ubuntu, and want to upgrade to the latest 14.04 version, then please follow our step by step guide upgrade to Ubuntu 14.04 Lts Trusty Tahr. for more
  4. Hello, I've set up and installed a the wifi pineapple software on Ubuntu, but when I connect using sudo ./wp5.sh, and go through the menu, I get an error message that looks like this: I'm not sure if there is something I'm doing wrong? I followed the youtube tutorial by Darren to get this far, but when I did the ping test, it looped on until I force the terminal to quit. Let me know if you have any suggestions, and thanks for the help in advance, Daren
  5. Hello, I would love your guys opinion on a good distribution for learning linux. Beyond the basic ones like mint, ubuntu and debian. Ok so I have been using Ubuntu (main os) and Debian (Raspberry Pi) for a year and a bit, and have thoroughly enjoyed the experience. I want to move on to something else and was thinking of Arch Linux. I quite like the idea of starting with a minimal system and building it up. I just have a question for any Arch users. How often do you get upgrades or packages that break your system? If you have any suggestions for a good os for learning they would be thoroughly appreciated. Cheers
  6. Hello all, I stumbled across the hak5 store today, and after reading about the Wifi Pineapple I think I'm going to order one soon. My current computer is a Macbook Pro running OSX 10.7.4. I also have an Ubuntu 12.04 VM (VirtualBox). Will I be able to configure and work with the Wifi Pineapple easily enough? From what I've read, trying to use OSX can be difficult and Linux is preferred, but I'm wondering if trying to configure the Wifi Pineapple with a VM brings about any extra complications. I also have a laptop running Windows 7, if that would be the easiest option. However it's a work computer, so I'd rather not, if possible. Hopefully this question's not too vague, if there's other information I should be providing, please let me know! Thanks.
  7. well i restarted my ubuntu and i used sudo start ssh but my ssh is not working i cannot connect to it do i need to run some thing else? i reinstalled openssh-server as well still no luck ports are fowared
  8. I'm running Ubuntu 12.04 and have been trying to get Armitage running correctly so I can learn and advance to more advanced methods. I got Metasploit installed just fine, but when I try to execute armitage I get the error "line 1: java: command not found" and nothing happens. What should I do from here to get it to work?
  9. After watching a couple videos of using the aircrack-ng suite covered in both Ubuntu 12.04 and BackTrack 5R3, I was intrigued to try this on my own network. I have installed the most recent application and got to work. First Terminal: airmon-ng start wlan0 airodump-ng mon0 airdump-ng "My Network" --write file (started capturing) Second Terminal: aireplay-ng -0 3 -c -a mon0 (error occurs here) Waiting for beacon frame (BSSID) on channel -1 mon0 is on channel -1, but the AP uses channel 11 I've tried to look up solutions, and one was to patch the compat-wireless driver. I did so, and still get this result. I've read that I need to start both airmon-ng and airodump-ng with specific channel associations, 11. I do this and still nothing. While I am airodumping, the terminal lines running state my channel is fixed to -1. CH 11 ][ fixed channel mon0: -1 I like to use Ubuntu for this rather than BT5R3 because its a little better in my opinion, but I get the exact same issue using it. Either way, if there is some solution, it would be much appreciated. Asus K53E Intel i5 Processor 8GB Ram, 500GB HDD AR9485 Wireless Network Adapter Ubuntu 12.04 & Windows 8
  10. What I am saying is: cannot find FILE to flash firmware on UG802 I try over and over again to find the file. When I have found a file similar, It won't work ): All Firmware Files for UG802 Ubuntu "Invalid" Tried to use multiple flashers, all which state the ubuntu rom for the ug802 is invalid...... So what is wrong??Already rooted, Already have ADB and the other one working..... even tried a manual flash, only flashers really WORK. UPDATE: The flashers aren't working, I cannot use adb, and manual flash is not working
  11. I'm trying to "hide" the fact that SSH + deluge are running when port scanned. I think my options are I can firewall the server, open SSH port and keep it visible, and get to the deluge by going to localhost:8112 after a ssh -D $someport. Or, I can use knockknock and hide SSH and Deluge but need to keep 1outbound+1inbound tcp port open for deluge xfers (or use knockknock-proxy). - Server(s) running Ubuntu 10.10 --> 12.04 - knockknock --> http://www.thoughtcr...are/knockknock/ - SSH - deluge-torrent.org/ 1. Has anyone on the forums attempted to setup port knocking with knockknock before? 2. Am I correct in assuming that it would be wise to NOT use UFW to configure my firewall and instead rely strictly on iptables? I believe this to be true because knockknock will need custom iptable entries to work. 3. SSH seems simple to think through. Knock on one port and connect. All Inbound+Outbound traffic flows over one port after the connection is established -- easy enough. 4. I threw in an application like Deluge because I can't get my head around the firewall logic. "deluged" runs as a local daemon on the server. Once a Torrent is added it needs two ports to operate (1 Inbound + 1 Outbound). "deluge-web --fork" is a web gui to add/remove Torrents. It runs on a separate port (8112 by default), for a total of three. My best guess is to create a knockknock rule for the web gui (8112) and leave deluge's inbound (5000) + outbound (6000) ports open and standard SSH knockknock rule. OR should I use the knockknock-proxy? Can anyone contribute/comment on how this should be setup? THANKS
  12. Steam is releasing a client for Ubuntu Linux. Better late than never I suppose. LINK
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