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(02-17-2021, 05:04 PM)Vector Wrote: Hey Enmafia. I just remembered, you were looking forward to reading my REMnux thread right? Well it's been up for a while in case you missed it.

https://greysec.net/showthread.php?tid=7360

At the moment i am working on my Data Center stuff. But in the not so distant future i plan on writing one for a customized Pentesting Distro as well. I have also been looking into Bootbuilder which is a software suite that allows for the easy construction of distros from scratch. It is especially useful for embedded device OS', so building a custom Distro for a Raspberry Pi is definitely on my list as well.

Obviously i will make the distro available for use in VM as well.

Hey that't cool! I sometime miss some threads as most of my GS visits are very short lived haha
About the embedded device OS, what are you actually looking for? There is https://intestinate.com/pilfs/ for the Pi.
I would say embedded is not as easy. Going down the rabbit hole of going from scratch can take a lot of time. Specially when you start going for something else than the standard.
I would personally take something like Debian which is available for most embedded devices and make scripts to add/remove stuff. It's the easier route if you ask me.
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(02-18-2021, 07:57 PM)enmafia2 Wrote: Hey that't cool! I sometime miss some threads as most of my GS visits are very short lived haha
About the embedded device OS, what are you actually looking for? There is https://intestinate.com/pilfs/ for the Pi.
I would say embedded is not as easy. Going down the rabbit hole of going from scratch can take a lot of time. Specially when you start going for something else than the standard.
I would personally take something like Debian which is available for most embedded devices and make scripts to add/remove stuff. It's the easier route if you ask me.

First of all, thank you!

Secondly, easier, isn't specifically what i am looking for when trying to learn about new and interesting stuff. Of course with regards to my tutorial series, i will steadily increase the difficulty and the new threads will kind of build on the knowledge learned in the older threads.
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(02-22-2021, 01:22 PM)Vector Wrote:
(02-18-2021, 07:57 PM)enmafia2 Wrote: Hey that't cool! I sometime miss some threads as most of my GS visits are very short lived haha
About the embedded device OS, what are you actually looking for? There is https://intestinate.com/pilfs/ for the Pi.
I would say embedded is not as easy. Going down the rabbit hole of going from scratch can take a lot of time. Specially when you start going for something else than the standard.
I would personally take something like Debian which is available for most embedded devices and make scripts to add/remove stuff. It's the easier route if you ask me.

First of all, thank you!

Secondly, easier, isn't specifically what i am looking for when trying to learn about new and interesting stuff. Of course with regards to my tutorial series, i will steadily increase the difficulty and the new threads will kind of build on the knowledge learned in the older threads.

Awesome that's cool, I was just stating that it might be more than an afternoon project even if it doesn't sound like it Big Grin
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(02-22-2021, 05:55 PM)enmafia2 Wrote:
(02-22-2021, 01:22 PM)Vector Wrote:
(02-18-2021, 07:57 PM)enmafia2 Wrote: Hey that't cool! I sometime miss some threads as most of my GS visits are very short lived haha
About the embedded device OS, what are you actually looking for? There is https://intestinate.com/pilfs/ for the Pi.
I would say embedded is not as easy. Going down the rabbit hole of going from scratch can take a lot of time. Specially when you start going for something else than the standard.
I would personally take something like Debian which is available for most embedded devices and make scripts to add/remove stuff. It's the easier route if you ask me.

First of all, thank you!

Secondly, easier, isn't specifically what i am looking for when trying to learn about new and interesting stuff. Of course with regards to my tutorial series, i will steadily increase the difficulty and the new threads will kind of build on the knowledge learned in the older threads.

Awesome that's cool, I was just stating that it might be more than an afternoon project even if it doesn't sound like it Big Grin

Haha Big Grin  these days all my projects are more than an afternoon of work.
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