BPI-R2 new image :2018-01-04-kali-xfce-desktop-v1.0-sd-emmc for banana pi


(bpi team) #1

BPI-R2 Kali image 2018-01-04

2018-01-04-kali-xfce-desktop-v1.0-bpi-r2-sd-emmc.img.zip

Google Drive:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1fDo8ITziO3tIMQ_sXT7aSiKv1k1NKdxV/view?usp=sharing3

Baidu cloud:

https://pan.baidu.com/s/1nuLQWcT

MD5: 88f146d09b5fbe7b87b5c08263df1f62


(Tomáš Janovský) #2

Any information about this image? Thx


#3

Is there a posibility, that I don’t hve to make each time a new WLAN conneciont after restarting the BPI


(Christian Foltin) #5

Hi,

how can I upgrade Kernel, Modules, uboot, etc. from “Ubuntu-16.04-mate-desktop-bpi-r2-sd-emmc-v1.2.0.img.zip 2017-09-04” to this image?

Looking forward for your reply,

Chris


(Frank W.) #6

Uboot,kernel and modules should be the same since official repo is not changed for some time.

You can use my uboot (same base version,but some patches for multiboot) and/or my kernels.

You can’t “upgrade” ubuntu to kali because it’s another Distribution


#7

I have this image up and running from SD card. A couple notes to help others: UN/PW: root:bananapi

In order to update you need to run: wget -q -O - https://archive.kali.org/archive-key.asc | apt-key add

This will get rid of the key expiration error.

This uses the 4.4.70-BPI-R2-Kernel from November 28 2017.

Now, my question: This does not seem to include the ath9k kernel module. (Why build without this support?!) So, do I need to rebuild a new kernel or can I get the module from somewhere?

Thank you.