Moving WIDs to Raspi2.

So I tried to do this back in July but got sick. My next talk is at A2Y.asm on Sept 12, and rebuilding all the Pi2 again with Kali 2.0.1. I have litteraly spent most of the day trying to expand the root directory.

There is a tool called rpi-wiggle, that sounded really cool, but it hasn’t been updated in 3 years. It also didn’t work for the pi2 running Kali 2.0.1. After lots of searching, I found a forum post saying talking about it.

After running apt-get install triggerhappy lau5.1 (from Kali repos) and getting the Debian raspi-config file from Debian. It says it worked. I’m waiting for the reboot to know for sure.

And it worked. from console it says it has full space.

Now if I was making anything other than a drone, I’d run apt-get install kali-linux-full to get the whole Kali experience instead of the light version. But I’m making a drone. So here is what needs to be worked on before I start making images:

  • install: Kismet, NTP.
  • boot to cli instead of gui
  • change the root password
  • configure kismet
  • Clone
  • configure static ip, and daemon mode.

normally I’d disable ipv6, still might. but the ipv4 and ipv6 stacks are working well together right now. In the past they haven’t.

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