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SSLsplit + Module Working on the latest firmware > v2.5.4 Package / IPK (For advanced users): You can now find SSLSplit v0.5.5 on my github repo. 😉 It's been compiled for the latest firmwares, and is working flawlessly for me, on both my Nano and Tetra! 🙂 Manual installation of the package is for advanced users. The Module: I've also created a fork of the original SSLsplit Module, that you can find on a separate github. repo: https://github.com/adde88/SSLsplitNG It's been modified to install my package, and should work on firmware versions > 2.6.0 Module Installation: Download this tarball containing the module, and transfer it to your Pineapples /tmp directory, for example by using WinSCP, or "scp" on Linux. SSH to your Pineapple and run the commands below exactly as outlined. cd /tmp gunzip SSLsplitNG-1.6.tar.gz tar -xvf SSLsplitNG-1.6.tar cd SSLsplitNG-1.6 mkdir -p /pineapple/modules/SSLsplitNG cp -r * /pineapple/modules/SSLsplitNG/ Pineapple NANO: After completing the above steps, you need to create a sym-link to make the module appear in the web interface. You DON'T need to do this on the Pineapple TETRA. ln - s /sd/modules/SSLsplitNG /pineapple/modules/SSLsplitNG I'd appreciate feedback, especially if you encounter any errors! When pasting logs and such, please consider using pastebin to avoid filling the thread with debug-stuff. Donations: Are very much appreciated! Alot of my spare-time goes to keeping software up-to-date with the Pineapples on my various repositories, and helping out the community in general! It really helps me so i can continue on with this work. 🙂 Click here if you want to support my projects over PayPal.
Can someone (@Darren Kitchen) setup a separate branch in the BashBunny Repo so that it is easier to remotely download an updated Payloads library? E.g. Pressing a button and it downloading the ZIP of the branch (via zipball/<branch_name>) and unzipping it, overwriting the library folder (but obviously not the switches' folders)? Could also be more useful for community payloads, as they would be stored in a separate branch that is still linked to the root directory's master branch and can therefore manage payload pushes easier. Seems like a good idea in my head that seems easier and more convenient, but up to you.