Outdated Xiaopan OS 0.5 | What to do now?

Discussion in 'Xiaopan OS' started by Mr. Penguin, 2 Sep 2012.

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Should we stick with Tiny Core Linux or not?

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  1. zubr93

    zubr93 New Member

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    this topic is about basic distro for XIAOPAN!

    I found Slitaz would be pefect
     
  2. Dodga

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    hey guys. great site btw. but is there any way the new or newer versions of xiopan can have bully in inflator. kinda like how they added reaver to inflator?
     
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    Good idea.


    I have vote.
     
  4. meknb

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    You would have to write it from scratch as the source code hasn't been released.
     
  5. Tochiban

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    Hi I tested xiaopan just a few times so far and what I see right off the bat is some lack of file management. I mean, there are no file associations so i can't open a plain text file even when I have kwrite, and I have to do it manually?

    Sorry if I sound like a noob but I would suggest to try to get the file and partition management working best as possible, as this distro is meant to be a portable live one, people usually need to manage data from external HD, pendrives.

    As I'm very new on the Linux world I don't know how much useful my impressions would be. So please don't get mad if what I write sounds too obvious.
     
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    Xiaopan is not a os it's a tool kit, if you get use to linux the best way to get around is by command line. You use kwrite xiaopan comes with editor my choice is vi, Just think of xiaopan as a bit of clay just shape it how you want it every user's needs is different.
     
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    these posts are from 2012
    your OS is old and worn out
    if its not LTS its useless by now
     
  8. meknb

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    Whats changed since 2012 we still grab handshakes the same way crack wep the same way, still use reaver/bully.
    You can update your os,add your own scripts it's easy enough,At the moment i run 5.3 64bit.
    But i can agree development has halted due to not enough developers or testers.
     
  9. indarkhell

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    how add firefox.tcz on xiaopan 4.7.2
     
  10. cryptoknight

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    You copy the firefox.tcz to the \optional\ folder on your flash drive and edit the file onboot.lst and add a new line that says firefox.tcz and save that. That's it, good luck
     
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    I really like the idea of running wifite on the Raspberry Pi. I am going to purchase one and see if I can automate starting wifite in Raspbian and attacking all APs in range.
     
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    Yup, its working fine in Raspbian. It has an option to attack all networks it finds...but works best with WPS ones.
    If you get a wifi keyboard and -=This=- then you got the ultimate machine.
    I got this: -=This=- because its v4. Most people got the v3 though
     
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    Thanks for the LCD recommendations. My current plan is to leave it in my vehicle and run it headless with auto attack. I will connect it back to a monitor when I am ready to check the results.
     
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    @mile18 I don't think it would be much use to most people on here a lot of apps would have to be built for 64bit the only ones I really use is wireshark nmap.


    I was thinking of releasing updating a 32bit version if nobody else is @Aby$m as he is the only one I know who would work on it?
    I have built quite a few dependencies and apps for a newer version built on tiny core 6.3 but i'm unsure if people still use xiaopan the forum is pretty dead and getting full of spam, and what apps people would use want, i'm not very gui friendly still prefer command line and don't like closed source.
     
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  17. mile18

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    @meknb my friend there are a few of us that are still using it, i tried to make one based on 6.3 and only thing that didnt work was compat-wireless, and i dont have knowledge to make one, so if you can please do update it, we'll appreciate it
     
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    yeea dudes
     
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    Hi everyone
     
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