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Is it possible to load msf on micro sd card and use it via ssh on pineapple? I've done a little research and found a thread that didn't really help much: I ended up formatting my sd card to exFAT since FAT32 doesn't allow executables. Then mounted the sd to my linux OS to curl the nightly installers, which downloaded the msfinstall executable. I mounted the sd card back onto the pineapple and tried running ./msfinstall and got these errors: ./msfinstall Updating package cache.../msfinstall: line 160: apt-get: not found OK Checking for and installing update.. ./msfinstall: line 160: apt-get: not found I ran opkg list-installed and apt-get isn't installed on the pineapple ........ Ooooh-Kaaaay ...... I tried installing it but got these errors: opkg install apt-get Unknown package 'apt-get'. Collected errors: * opkg_install_cmd: Cannot install package apt-get. Right. So, I mounted my sd card back into my linux OS and cloned the git repository. It downloaded successfully and after running bundle install everything loaded just fine (or so I thought). Ran ./msfconsole and msf5 loaded but without postgresql connection - that's fine. Next, I unmounted my sd card and put it back into the pineapple, ssh'd and ran ./msfconsole and got the following errors: ./msfconsole env: can't execute 'ruby': No such file or directory Now I have to find a way to install ruby -_- since ruby itself is too large to install internally on the pineapple, I have to install it on my sd card - which I'm completely stuck at this point. Say if I do manage to install ruby on the sd how can I get msf to recognize it and load? Has anyone else tried something similar before? Is there a better way to do this than what I'm currently doing? Let me know!