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    Quote Originally Posted by TeAm_FaTaL View Post
    He stated a while ago he was using one. And with linux you can't officially get a ton of things due to gpl agreements. But, tons of users have unofficial support for most of those things. That's all I was getting at. Also once you get rid of some of the google things chromebooks are actually pretty good. Maybe not for gaming but for things like scripting and programming they do just fine.
    And @ sky: I am on this operating system currently and it's ok. Seems to be running pretty great off a 16 gig usb. And my wireless card also isn't supported for linux either but a generic version seems to work just fine for me. I only am trying to help, I think someone like sky could use this os to it's full potential.
    Tons of stuff has been moved around in this distro that many had problems with in Kali/Backtrack. One of mine was that it wanted to take for-fucking-ever to boot under computers with UEFI firmware instead of BIOS, which this one seems to axe out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5ky View Post
    I was using a Chromebook when I was having Legal issues. Also, Chromebooks Wireless chip would support/have additional drivers for Linux machines, seeing as how it's a Linux machine.
    Cool, also I am not a linux guru or a chromebook guru. I never used one and have no idea what base their os is. All I know is what other chromebook owners told me. But thanks for more knowledge I now know the base os for chromebooks. Anyway, I made a ton of friends in the linux community and they may have something for ya.
    Quote Originally Posted by Digger View Post
    Tons of stuff has been moved around in this distro that many had problems with in Kali/Backtrack. One of mine was that it wanted to take for-fucking-ever to boot under computers with UEFI firmware instead of BIOS, which this one seems to axe out.
    I like it but it still comes with ice weasel which is plagued with timing out. Not that it's a problem just requires tweaking. I noticed for me some of the preinstalled stuff fails to function as well. IE hashcat, ect. Still not a problem just have to remove and reinstall the program. It's not a final release yet so no point in being mad... I just reported the problems a little while ago.
    It seems to fly speed wise compared to kali. So there is a ton of hope for this. Thanks for the share BTW, I had 1.0 but haven't used it in a while and didn't realize it updated.
    14 linux distros and two windows os on hard drive and 9 linux distros on usb it gets rough remembering to use them from time to time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeAm_FaTaL View Post
    Cool, also I am not a linux guru or a chromebook guru. I never used one and have no idea what base their os is. All I know is what other chromebook owners told me. But thanks for more knowledge I now know the base os for chromebooks. Anyway, I made a ton of friends in the linux community and they may have something for ya.

    I like it but it still comes with ice weasel which is plagued with timing out. Not that it's a problem just requires tweaking. I noticed for me some of the preinstalled stuff fails to function as well. IE hashcat, ect. Still not a problem just have to remove and reinstall the program. It's not a final release yet so no point in being mad... I just reported the problems a little while ago.
    It seems to fly speed wise compared to kali. So there is a ton of hope for this. Thanks for the share BTW, I had 1.0 but haven't used it in a while and didn't realize it updated.
    14 linux distros and two windows os on hard drive and 9 linux distros on usb it gets rough remembering to use them from time to time.
    Everything works? Some things in the menu have to be run inside of a terminal, not just started from the menu. Not everything has a GUI, or keeps the window open waiting for your input. This has been the same in Backtrack/Kali.

    If you don't much about Linux, just say it, don't act like you roll deep into a OS because you have a handful of scattered distros laying around, you just look like a fool.

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    Looks like I have some free time tomorrow. Here's my current wireless card.

    Linksys AE1200.

    If anyone finds/knows about a workaround to get it operating properly on Linux I'd appreciate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5ky View Post
    Looks like I have some free time tomorrow. Here's my current wireless card.

    Linksys AE1200.

    If anyone finds/knows about a workaround to get it operating properly on Linux I'd appreciate it.
    Ouch, broadcom chipset, those are a pain in the ass to get working even with halfassed drivers ported from Windows.

    Can you tell me what revision it is? Or hop on xat and I should be able to help quicker.


    Apparently there's support for rev. 3+ of the BRC43235 chipset, but the AE1200 has a lower revision and isn't supported at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeAm_FaTaL View Post
    He stated a while ago he was using one.
    Oh, I take that back then. I just never see (visually) sky with a chromebook, lel.

    This distro looks good. I've used backtrack before but not kali (yet).

    I might try this one out. Thanks for the share!

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    this is some radical shit. now that i've got a bit of free time, i'm going to learn some stuff.

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    I'll stick this on a thumb drive and fuck around with it tomorrow. Thanks for the post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digger View Post
    Everything works? Some things in the menu have to be run inside of a terminal, not just started from the menu. Not everything has a GUI, or keeps the window open waiting for your input. This has been the same in Backtrack/Kali.

    If you don't much about Linux, just say it, don't act like you roll deep into a OS because you have a handful of scattered distros laying around, you just look like a fool.
    What? I know most of the programs run in cli. Upon calling for them they aren't coming up. Tells me some scripts missing. Besides that they already responded and said the actual files for them may not be there. And to apt-get install them. Nothing big just didn't run everything out of the box. Could have been something wrong with sourceforge. I did validate the iso but for some reason some things didn't work for me. No need to get all mad about it.

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