Download the image here:
http://oph.mdrjr.net/robroyhall/images/ ... 308.img.xz
European mirror by @traxo:
Want to upgrade your existing Kali image?
Kernel updates: http://builder.mdrjr.net/tools/kernel-update.sh
Applications: Kali Penetration Testing Suite, Iceweasel, Xine and Oracle JDK 8.
Customizations left for you upon burning the image to your card:
- 1. Resize the "rootfs" partition to fit your SD card. This is best done on another Linux system using the GParted utility.
2. Set your time zone using System Settings -> Time & Date.
3. Set your language using System Settings -> Language Settings.
4. Set your username and password using System Settings -> User Accounts.
- 1. To overclock to 1.92GHz, type "sudo gedit /etc/rc.local" in Terminal and remove the "#" from the beginning of the line that starts with "echo 1920000".
2. Iceweasel has the IcedTea7 plugin installed for Java browser applets.
3. All upgrades and updates have been run using aptitude, apt-get and synaptic.
4. All orphaned and obsolete packages have been purged, including the original kernel.
- Official HK kernel 3.4.75 (commit 88727487c1ed7a73f9c8233484a00de1b1cf7adc)
Oracle JDK8 September 2013
- Due to lack of official support for binwalk on the ARM platform, the "kali-linux-full" and "kali-linux" metapackages are not marked as installed. However, all of the Kali software that comprises the meta-packages, including binwalk, are present as stand-alone applications instead.
When the image is booted without the wired LAN plugged in, the clock time may become out-of-sync, unless you are using a clock battery. In Kali, this time difference causes the root file system to be mounted as read-only. If this happens, type "fsck /" when logged in as root, then reboot with the LAN properly attached. This will unlock the file system and re-synchronize the clock with Internet time via NTP.