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My question is, what's the minimum packages required to be installed on Ubuntu 10.10 to launch "framework3/armitage" ?

I currently have the Armitage client running on my Samsung I9000 Android phone under a chrooted Ubuntu. I am connecting to an external server for the Metasploit daemon with "Multiplayer Armitage" and the SQL server. All I want to do is launch Armitage (client only) under IceWM with the bare minimum packages on an Ubuntu-minimal install. I want this for the size, speed, and effeciency (since the phone only has 1GHz proc)

Can anyone help? If anyone wants more info on the progress I have made so far, please reply.

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My question is, what's the minimum packages required to be installed on Ubuntu 10.10 to launch "framework3/armitage" ?

I currently have the Armitage client running on my Samsung I9000 Android phone under a chrooted Ubuntu. I am connecting to an external server for the Metasploit daemon with "Multiplayer Armitage" and the SQL server. All I want to do is launch Armitage (client only) under IceWM with the bare minimum packages on an Ubuntu-minimal install. I want this for the size, speed, and effeciency (since the phone only has 1GHz proc)

Can anyone help? If anyone wants more info on the progress I have made so far, please reply.

I don't know the minimum packages needed, but I would say it would be right around where you want you usability to end, so any package that you want to use on your phone and then any package that that package needs so lets say you want package A and Package A needs x,y, and z, then you need all 4. So start looking there.

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Ok, I did it. I now have Armitage, Metasploit, and SET (Social Engineering Toolkit) installed and running on my chrooted ubuntu 10.10 on my Samsung Captivate (I9000).

I was able to run Armitage client with everything working 100% while connected to multiplayer host.

I was only able to get Armitage to run without external servers using SQLite3 (which is not recommended).

This was because MySQL and Postgresql required tcp socket connections (I assume are not possible with Android host)

sloppy howto video here:

I used rootstock to build a custom image and tried to only get the required packages.

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