GPIOBERRY
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Raspberry PI 3 Model B Swap Kali?

Sat Jul 20, 2019 2:42 pm

Good morning.

I acquired a Kit that contains the next Hardware Features:

- Raspberry 3 Model B
- SD Card 128 GB
- LCD 3.5 Kedei Touch Screen
- Keyboard
- Mouse

Im using a Windows 7 Desktop machine to format the Micro SD card with the official driver source specified in the product instructions:

kedei_kali_2018_rp3_nexmon_kernel_4_15_18 support PI2/PI3/PI3B+ (version 6.3 / Kali 4.15.18)
Source: http://en.kedei.net/raspberry/raspberry.html

- I plugged the wires and the Micro SD Card
- Power On
- Load default Desktop Settings
- Connect to my Wifi Network.

So here comes the problems:

Opening a terminal to use commands like:
Sudo apt update && apt -y full-upgrade

i receive a warning like is there no enough space on cache path i think.

Investigating I discovered that swapp can be done with gparted as a solution, however when i try to download this app i receive the next message: "E: Unable to locate package"

I tryied lots of things but im still searching for a solution. I dont want to change to other SO. I already have Raspbian on another PI.

GPIOBERRY
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Re: Raspberry PI 3 Model B Swap Kali?

Sat Jul 20, 2019 10:14 pm

Testing again...

I did the next to fix it:

1) I formatted the SD card again and burned the same OS.
2) Started the Raspberry Pi, connected to wifi.
3) Tested the network connection using Firefox (Proxy Error)
4) No prob... Rebooted the Raspberry once again.
5) Checked the Firefox connection. Working. (Ok).
6) Opened the Terminal.
7) Sudo apt-get clean
8) Sudo apt-get autoclean
9) Sudo apt-get update
10) Sudo apt-get upgrade
11) Sudo apt-get install gparted

At this point if you receive some Unable to alocate package... you lose... you need to do it all again.
In case of success...

12) gparted
13) Swaped all the 128 GB space for K0p2 (0x14)

Now i started with the full upgrade (2018 to 2019).

14) apt update && apt -y full-upgrade

NOTE: Working BUT.....
In the installation progress after some lenguaje and other configurations i get another problem:

White underscore on the left top of the screen and black screen.

Researching on internet it looks like i need to DO IT ALL AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!

Any help would be nice... ill come back once i finish.

bomblord
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Re: Raspberry PI 3 Model B Swap Kali?

Sun Jul 21, 2019 4:35 am

If what you're trying to do is resize a partition (I'm unfamiliar with this particular setup) in order to have enough space then you would probably be better served by using a partition editor on the PC that you are imaging the SD card with instead of trying to do it from the command line on the pi.

GPIOBERRY
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Re: Raspberry PI 3 Model B Swap Kali?

Sun Jul 21, 2019 3:11 pm

bomblord wrote:
Sun Jul 21, 2019 4:35 am
If what you're trying to do is resize a partition (I'm unfamiliar with this particular setup) in order to have enough space then you would probably be better served by using a partition editor on the PC that you are imaging the SD card with instead of trying to do it from the command line on the pi.
Thats where gparted come in.

Well another unsuccesfully upgrade:

i did the same steps 1-14
During the upgrade SO make some questions:

1) Which US Lenguage do you prefer? (I choose 15, the classic one).
2) Do you want to allow non-Admin users to use Whireshark as Root User? (HELL NO!)
3) Do you want to restart services automatically after a specific upgrade is done? (Last time i choose yes, o this time i choosed No)

At 30% (aproximattelly) i receive an error of subprocess and the catastrophe starts again.
Comes back to Terminal...
Clean... Autoclean... full upgrade command again...
This time no questions appear... till i receive the Underscore on the left-top of the screen with black freeze screen.

I discovered that i can user CTRL+ALT GR+F1 to open a backup Terminal but you need to type really fast... SUDO HALT or REBOOT.
This should kill the process with error...

Result?: Lots of failures and unnable to load login screen so here we go again flashing one more time the SD CARD.

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Re: Raspberry PI 3 Model B Swap Kali?

Sun Jul 21, 2019 3:42 pm

GPIOBERRY wrote:
Sun Jul 21, 2019 3:11 pm
bomblord wrote:
Sun Jul 21, 2019 4:35 am
If what you're trying to do is resize a partition (I'm unfamiliar with this particular setup) in order to have enough space then you would probably be better served by using a partition editor on the PC that you are imaging the SD card with instead of trying to do it from the command line on the pi.
Thats where gparted come in.

Well another unsuccesfully upgrade:

i did the same steps 1-14
During the upgrade SO make some questions:

1) Which US Lenguage do you prefer? (I choose 15, the classic one).
2) Do you want to allow non-Admin users to use Whireshark as Root User? (HELL NO!)
3) Do you want to restart services automatically after a specific upgrade is done? (Last time i choose yes, o this time i choosed No)

At 30% (aproximattelly) i receive an error of subprocess and the catastrophe starts again.
Comes back to Terminal...
Clean... Autoclean... full upgrade command again...
This time no questions appear... till i receive the Underscore on the left-top of the screen with black freeze screen.

I discovered that i can user CTRL+ALT GR+F1 to open a backup Terminal but you need to type really fast... SUDO HALT or REBOOT.
This should kill the process with error...

Result?: Lots of failures and unnable to load login screen so here we go again flashing one more time the SD CARD.

Kali support their Operating System:

https://forums.kali.org/
adieu

Asus CS10 Chromebit / HP Envy 4500 Wireless Printer / Raspberry Pi Model 2B v1.1 / RealVNC Software...

GPIOBERRY
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Re: Raspberry PI 3 Model B Swap Kali?

Sun Jul 21, 2019 5:06 pm

I created a new post on their forum. I will share the solution i get an answer.

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