First off, thanks to msullivan for providing the BackTrack 5.0 image!
I've made this as easy as possible. Not for novice users.
I chose backtrack as the image (instead of ubuntu) because i LOVE backtrack. I've used it as my main on-the-go linux for a while. Mainly because I hack all the wifi I'm around so i have a constant NET connection
Rename the image to BT5.zip and copy to /sdcard/ - I would copy in the script, but ADB is WAAAY slow.
Unzip BT5_Install.zip into your ADB folder - Or anywhere if you have ADB set with environmental variables
Make sure device connected and responds to adb (adb devices)
This will push the proper scripts, open the image up for use and run necessary scripts
This process does take time. No longer than 10 minutes. Script will notify when complete.
---Linux is now installed!---
Open terminal emulator and type: (do this any time you want to start your linux if you have shut it down or the TFP has restarted)
Type Y at the prompt
VNC into 127.0.0.1:5901 with password 'root' with any VNC program you like
Open terminal in Linux
Type pico /usr/bin/startvnc
Xhange resolution to 1280x800
Type ctrl x
Look absolutely AMAZING now
If the bt5 folder on /sdcard/ is ever deleted, you will lose your linux and need to re-install!
Yes!!!!I was wondering when we would see this for the TP. I wonder how long it will be till somone asks about monitor mode and packet injection. Let me go ahead and announce it... AIRCRACK WILL NOT WORK!!! Had to do it.. every backtrack thread on this forums is full of kids saying "I can hax0rz wifi?"
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