Saturday, February 25, 2017

Install Kali Linux On Raspberry Pi 3 : Creation of a Hacking Machine



In this tutorial, we will tell you how to install kali Linux on raspberry pi 3. Raspberry pi is a single board small computer which is portable as well. Raspberry pi 3 is the third generation Raspberry Pi. It will cost you around $35-$40 (totally worth it). It will come with handy specs.




INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS : 

STEPS:

  Note: Below ( ) are used to mention the time in the video.

1. Download all files from the above links.

2. Insert SD CARD and open Win32DiskImager . Locate your kali linux image file and sd card. Hit        write. 

3. After the writing process is done. Insert SD card in Raspberry Pi and do setup as shown (1:21)

4. Open Network sharing (1:39) . Do the settings as shown.

5. Open cmd and type arp -a .Note your ip address. (2:38)

6. Open Putty (3:00) and do configuration as shown.

7. Commands to install GUI 
     apt-get update (4:20)
     apt-get install lxde (4:40)
     apt-get install lightdm (5:15)

8. Open Xming (5:29) and type startlxde (5:37)

9. Successfully Installed (5:52)

5 comments:

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  2. Thanks for tut. man!

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  3. the link to kali image dont work

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  4. Hey, I started reading ur blog and it is awesome. I implemented the hacking machine, i was to take Kali in Putty but unable to see the GUI version. I'm getting following error while giving final step, startlxde.

    ----------------------------------------------------
    startlxde
    ** Message: main.vala:102: Session is LXDE
    ** Message: main.vala:103: DE is LXDE
    No protocol specified

    (lxsession:1363): Gtk-WARNING **: cannot open display: :0.0
    -------------------------------------------------------------

    Hope you could me with it.

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    1. Hey, I got it. I made a mistake in X11 forwarding. I corrected that, now working fine.

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