Outdated Xiaopan OS 0.5 | What to do now?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?

  1. Yes

    78.2%
  2. No

    21.8%
  1. Crackerz Wave

    Crackerz Wave The Dictator
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    yup, not sudo, it su...........i have tried in terminal and said :sh not found
     
  2. Mr. Penguin

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    What a funny name: pussy = vagina = cat = female body part

    It appears that most of the voters wants us to stick with TCL.
     
  3. hazz death

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    converting file is not realy easy, it the same with tcl.. you have to realy understand bout it..
    --- Double Post Merged, 18 Sep 2012 ---
    actualy, i'm one of them.. huhu -_-' sorry
     
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    no, it can, already with terminal.....
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    # tazpkg convert example.deb
     
  5. hazz death

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    well it need dependencies too.. that why you need to realy understand it
     
  6. Mr. Penguin

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    I like how you can select the language in Stilaz on boot to make it a truly international hacking distro. But after changing it to English there is some Spanish within the system
     
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    O_O . You dont need to strip it - need to shave it !!!:joy But comon guys what is 250 mb - nothing at nowadays . Gonna to try it THX hazz death
     
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    we need to make 18+ post rate icon:D
     
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    Adding Reaver Pro to Xiaopan :dance
     
  10. sardan91

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    should with tiny core,,,
    --- Double Post Merged, 23 Sep 2012 ---
    what want to improve for next version is,,flash player latest version...and opera browser latest,,and make some can make folder and keep file on those files we created,,also can change wallpaper background on easy way,,such click right on mouse,,change wallpaper,,,make interface cool,,,only that,,,
     
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    first you can add the flash player by clicking the getflash app (i already download and add the tcz into xiaopan, you guys only need to click it to install)
    2nd, you can keep the file to the system, but you need to install the xiaopan os into hdd or usb by using tc-install (which can be add from tcl repo, just be careful with this app)
    3rd, i didnt use opera.. sorry
    you can change the background wallpaper by putting your image into opt/backgrounds folder.. and change it on the setup app ( i didnt remember it real name.. sory)
    you can add other DE such as LXDE by downloading it via app browser,


    ... you can also change the core.gz, and put anything you want on the file system by overlay the file.. but, you need linux to compile, and do the trick..
     
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    i have been looking at puppy linux since reading about it here, i had never heard of it before. it comes in two flavours ubuntu and slackware, which means plenty of repos. although it is a bit bigger than the target size it runs very fast and smooth. and for those that are interested thi found a pentest version called attack pup (great name i think!) here is the link if anyone wants to check it out.
    http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=421022#421022
     
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    Actually, Idon't think that we have to increase the dist to that size 200mb nowadays as long as the space is less than 700mb,and looking for the best one which has the tools we need!!!!! That's my opinion and I'm a beginer at all dists of linux
     
  14. Glenn Oller

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    I like the tiny core approach, it would be nice to have an arm version for my Rasberry Pi....
     
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    TCB13 can you shed some light on this please :)
     
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    have you tinkering around on tcl forum? i think tcl has arm version, however it still didnt realy mature yet.. yup i read it before in their forum..
     
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    Hey, I'm not a tiny core approach so... basically the raspi boot process is described here: http://raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=63&t=6685.

    From what I know there isn't any out of the box tiny core for ARM, but... you can try Arch Linux or even go with the big gun, Debian. The last two have optimized versions (img formart) for raspi (just restore to an SD card and go).

    If you really want to mess around with the raspi, the boot process is easy to understand and there is a lot of info in the forums. (Trust me, sheevaplug is too way worse) and the CPU is recent so most of the ARM software will work fine.
     
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    Yeah, yeah, but... how many people has an ARM device to play around with it? some ARM Tablets comes with Android and there are some wifi cracking apps for it, then:
    IMHO it would be a waste of time & resources...
     
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    May I request "KISMET" on Xiaopan? Thank you
     
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  20. Glenn Oller

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    http://www.raspberrypi.org/ and pwnpi are two upcoming things. The rasberry pi runs on a smartphone ARM
    microprocessor for linux. It has hdmi out put, so a HD tv monitor would work. also backtrack has a linux ARM version for penetration testing. rasberry pi will run on just about any linux ARM based distro. I'm getting one soon...
     
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