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For some reason I make this directory /payloads/arming/payload.txt to change arming mode from serial storage to ecm_ethernet and storage and use a standard payload of 

LED B SLOW

ATTACKMODE ECM_ETHERNET STORAGE

the bash bunny doesn't recognize it and keeps the default serial storage payload after a reboot.  Am I doing something wrong or is there a step I'm missing?  

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am i maybe doing it on the wrong root directory?  I ssh to the bunny and 

cd /

mkdir /payload/arming

nano payload.txt 

 

does this directory need to be on the storage part of the partition

 

 

EDIT:  I over complicated this setup and have now figured it out. thanks lol

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1 hour ago, b0N3z said:

am i maybe doing it on the wrong root directory?  I ssh to the bunny and 

cd /

mkdir /payload/arming

nano payload.txt

does this directory need to be on the storage part of the partition

EDIT:  I over complicated this setup and have now figured it out. thanks lol

Ah, I was going to say you could do better testing with another LED colour (instead of it looking the same, so you could tell if it worked or not), and check your firmware version (arming payload was only supported in 1.3 I think).

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33 minutes ago, Dave-ee Jones said:

Ah, I was going to say you could do better testing with another LED colour (instead of it looking the same, so you could tell if it worked or not), and check your firmware version (arming payload was only supported in 1.3 I think).

Yea I just copied over the payload I already used on switch 2 so now that it's up I'm going to play around a bit. I way over thought that one lol

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