EaST Framework-2.0.0

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  1. r1sen

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    RSF-2.2.1 and EaST-2.0.0 rev2

    Ok, so due to logging this cannot be wrapped into a standard .TCZ extension, it will continue flagging itself as running within a "read-only" file system. Python2.7 lib-dynload was compiled from source for this project. Modules work as well as local host server handler. However along with this .TCZ extension you will need to downloads the east "/home/tc" archived folder which needs to be extracted into your (/home/tc) directory. This package is only practical for Persistent/USB/HDD installs of TinyPaw, not intended for LiveBoot use.

    RSF 2.2.1 and the necessary python modules for both EaST and RSF can be found here:

    rsf-2.2.1_east-2.0.0_rev2.tcz

    Archived EaST folder to be extracted in /home/tc directory can be found here:

    ***Must be named 'east' in the '/home/tc' folder - make sure of this***

    https://github.com/C0reL0ader/EaST

    ***For those who DO NOT! understand what active exploit frameworks are, they are libraries of known vulnerabilities such as: Trojans, Remote Code Execution, Shells, etc - These libraries very well could trigger your antivirus so please keep that in mind***

    Step 1.) Download above file to your "/home/tc" directory.
    Step 2.) Unzip EaST-master.zip and rename to east within your "/home/tc" directory.
    Step 3.) After folder is decompressed install the above RSF/EaST .tcz extension.
    Step 4.) Add the following line to your onboot.lst file located in the "/mnt/sdb1/tce/" directory:

    rsf-2.2.1_east-2.0.0_rev2.tcz

    ***Make sure to leave an extra line of empty space at the end of this file***

    Step 5.) Make sure to save your change to the onboot.lst file by either from the menu or "CTRL+S"
    Step 6.) Reboot your TinyPaw / Xiaopan / TCL 8.2.x compatible build.
    Step 7.) Upon reboot you will have the EaST icon added to your wbar, looks like a rocket.
    Step 8.) Click the EaST icon and in a terminal window you will see that a server daemon has started running on "localhost" port:80.
    Step 9.) Open a web browser (yes, one is needed) I use seamonkey due to support.
    Step 10.) Once you open a browser window enter in the address bar as follows: "http://localhost/"

    Step 11.) Now you will see your EaST 2.0.0 Framework GUI - Enjoy!


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    #1 r1sen, 1 Jan 2018
    Last edited: 3 Jan 2018
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