Date: Sat, 22 Sep 2012 13:03:39 +0200 From: John Spencer <maillist-musl@...fooze.de> To: musl@...ts.openwall.com, sabotage@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: [musl] sabotage linux i386 image released On 09/21/2012 04:56 AM, John Spencer wrote: > I uploaded an i386 image file of my latest sabotage build from > > https://github.com/rofl0r/sabotage > > it comes with about 200 packages. X11 is installed, but for some > reason non-functional. > the startx scripts seems to have trouble to cooperate with the busybox > hostname tool. > > 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 at http://mirror.wzff.de/sabotage/ > > http://mirror.wzff.de/sabotage/sabotage-0.9.6-i386_84870b5d.img.xz > > ca 150 MB > > sha512 checksum > 852ec7f406b60e2f06b98de5c87f4b9735d0a9245da9f8e5a3a3f7471a449020641aad342df369962cde9b9a36376097e38b6beeb3b3f9d68e89d61d1648f2b2 > > unpack using xzcat (extracts to a 4GB 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. > > > and a fresh x86_64 image: http://mirror.wzff.de/sabotage/sabotage-0.9.6-x86_64_8131ea7d.img.xz ca 156 MB sha512sum: fd9abedd251d9e1a8a183169cfb9291d9058c58137250c713567c44e003af31014975afd0f36c0762d1f48287d9bb76a1bf85fd98d038415ba8ab252f2612926
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