Date: Sat, 21 Jul 2012 22:59:11 +0200 From: John Spencer <maillist-musl@...fooze.de> To: musl@...ts.openwall.com, sabotage@...ts.openwall.com Subject: sabotage linux X86_64 image with LXDE desktop released I uploaded an image file of my latest sabotage build from https://github.com/rofl0r/sabotage it comes with tinyx and LXDE installed. start X server with "startx" (if it fails to start, try to launch it again, there are some timing issues) the desktop works, but is not polished at all - there's no background image and the icon paths seem to be misconfigured. this can be considered a technoloy preview. here is a screenshot: http://i.imgur.com/Lz7Ov.png feel free to tweak the desktop and the X11 settings and file pull requests on github. additional packages can be installed as on the sabotage chroot - cd /src ; vi config ; . config ; butch install packagename (i.e. luajit) the base system itself can be considered quite stable and moderately well tested at the moment. there are likely some security patches missing, but the kernel used is grsec patched. so if you intend to use gdb you may have to override some ptrace settings using paxctl. (or build your own kernel with grsec disabled, see /src/pkg/kernel) root password is sabotage dont forget to read README in github repo Image files are available athttp://mirror.wzff.de/sabotage/ http://mirror.wzff.de/sabotage/sabotage-0.9.2-x86_64_5e7eda8.img.xz sha512 checksum 442aa4d8fca1516e8ede95265eb62ef8cb9a78f674ae466c312b244c94179eb481d484911d52a8856d70f8026bac9048395c3a89237d9ce6cded4be93abab48e unpack using xzcat (extracts to a 10GB imagefile) launch using qemu-system-x86_64 imagefile or alternatively convert to virtualbox format using |VBoxManage convertfromraw $IMG $VDI | if you use virtual box, you may have to change /bin/X to use different device ids (currently commented out) you can also loopmount the image and copy the rootfs from there there's also a rootfs for armv7l/softfp available. kernel is not included, because the kernel has to be carefully adapted to each specific ARM device its intended to run on.
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