============== Already Stated many times monitor mode and packet injection is not working. ========
==================== POST 3 updated with some FAQ ===============================
==================== DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS UPDATED ===========================
==================== DOWNLOAD LINK UPDATED : Alternate Download Links ===============
========== PROJECT PAGE CREATE : http://hackomania.com/BT5/ ====================
Based on my work here DEVELOPMENT : Ubuntu Lucid CHROOT: updated script
I have been successful on Making Backtrack run on Xperia X10i.
Wanted to be the first one to report it so the thread here.
will start uploading the files once i get get all pieces together.
posting some screenshots for non believers.
Stay tuned for complete instructions on how to set up on X10i complete with custom scripts and all codes will be open sourced for your reference.
and this time it will be completely from gscript if you don't want to type commands.
Teaser screenshots for you.
Now will need support from the fellow developers in establishing what all tools are running fine and what not.
once i upload the image i will also post this on all social network so that we can gather as much support as possible.
File size : under 500 MB
======== FILE DOWNLOAD LINK================
DROPBOX links Bitlied for download count track
Alternate link from personal server.
Please do not create mirror : just want to keep a count on download's
PART 1 : Download Link : http://bit.ly/p1BT5
PART 2 : Download Link : http://bit.ly/BT5p2
PART 3 : Download Link : http://bit.ly/BT5p3
MD5 Sum : Thanks to DooMLorD
Bundle Link : http://bit.ly/iNHTS0 <- contains list of all 3 files in one bundle.
Note : uploading in one alternate location : mediafire will give its link soon.
======== Instructions =============
*********** ESSENTIALS ******************
- Rooted Android. tested on 2.2 however should work on 2.1 and 1.6 also. (if you use custom rom's you meet the criteria)
- Busybox configured (although it gets automatically configured @ rooting)
- Android terminal application. (I use android terminal emulator)
- Android VNC Viewer
********** STEP's *************************
- download all 3 parts of image and place them in single folder.
- extract using first file and you will get following files
- Copy these files on your phone under /sdcard/bt
- using terminal emulator run following commands
su cd /sdcard/bt sh installbt.sh
- Now your BT should be configured automatically.
- to use your BackTrack you can use following commands.
- startbt <- mounts and prepares the system for usage.
- stopbt <- unmounts and free up all resources.
- bt <- a command line version of BT chroot.
- Inside bt shell.
- ui <- will start vncserver (default password is 12345678, you can change it using vncpasswd command on bt shell)
- killui <- stops the running vncserver.
- Any Available VNC client can be used to connect to the BT GUI.
- Nick : BackTrack (bt for short)
- address : localhost
- port : 5901
- password : 12345678
- inside vnc window select input mode (following works best for me)
- Touch Mouse; D-Pad Pan
- Mouse pointer control mode
- TouchPad (here your screen works like a big touchpad use it to navigate mouse.)
Post 3 will be updated to be used as a catalogue of tips and tricks for all things related to this distro..
========= TIPS and TRICKS ==================
this section is for those who want to make simmilar image from base image on backtrack.
ohk so the basic challenge is
1) BacckTrack image is for Xoom and have following limitation w.r.t. Xperia X10.
a) File is 4.9 GB (vfat has limitation of 4 GB max)
b) vncserver resolution is 1280x800 per xoom.
2) installation script and setup script doesn't allow you to move in and out of BT.
3) it used loop2 for image mounting which conflicts with APP2SD.
so I have made following changes.
1) resized image to 3.3 GB (if space get filled we can extend image to upto 700 mb more.)
2) inserted my custom ui and killui code i use @ ubuntu.
3) provided startbt stopbt bt and installbt.sh scripts for all work.
4) changed loop no to 254 and hence this code is compatible with my ubuntu image effectively you can keep both in same sdcard...
I am attaching a log file for part 1 of the image work as this is very tricky.
The trick is if you create a new file of 3.3 GB you get limited set of inodes which get filled easily. so the command mke2fs must be supplied with inode numbers that you want to be build.
check attached txt for details.