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What is AimTux?

AimTux is a fully featured internal hack for CounterStrike : Global Offensive written in C++.

Compiling

Note: Do NOT download or compile as the root user

Download the dependencies required to build AimTux:

Ubuntu-Based / Debian:

sudo apt-get install cmake g++ gdb git libsdl2-dev zlib1g-dev

If you're having problems compiling make sure you've got the latest version of g++.

How to update g++

Arch:

sudo pacman -S base-devel cmake gdb git sdl2

Fedora:

sudo dnf install cmake gcc-c++ gdb git libstdc++-static mesa-libGL-devel SDL2-devel zlib-devel

Gentoo:

sudo emerge cmake dev-vcs/git gdb libsdl2 mesa

Download AimTux:

git clone --recursive https://github.com/AimTuxOfficial/AimTux
cd AimTux

Generate a makefile

cmake .

Compile with make

Note: The 4 in the command below specifies the amount of cpu "threads" or "cores" you wish to compile with (more = faster).

make -j 4

Injecting

First of all, make sure CSGO is open, it doesn't matter whether you're in game or not.

Navigate to the directory where AimTux was built if you haven't ready.

cd AimTux

Now, you can inject the hack with the load script

./load

You might be prompted to enter in your password, this is because the injection script requires root access.

You should see a lot of text being printed out, most of which is not important,

If the injection was successfull you'll see a message at the bottom saying Successfully injected!, however, if the message says Injection failed, then you've most likely done something wrong.

Now, go back into csgo, if you're in the main menu of the game you should see the AimTux banner in the top left like so:

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Using the hack

Now that AimTux has been injected into the game, press Insert on your keyboard to open the hack menu (ALT+I if you're using a laptop).

If you want to change skins, create and load configs or open the player list, you can find those buttons at the top of the screen.

Unloading the hack

If you wish to unload the hack from the game, you can do so by entering the command:

./uload

Updating AimTux

We add and improve and fix things almost every day with AimTux. We don't have a fixed release schedule, we just add things to it when they're ready. Because of this, AimTux will need to update a lot.

If you don't update once a day then we recommend at LEAST update once a week, and ALWAYS update after a CSGO update, just to make sure we fix anything that's broken.

We provide a script included in the AimTux folder that updates AimTux for you. To use it, just run:

./update

And it will download and compile without any effort. Once it's done, happy hacking!

Configs

Configs are stored in a hidden directory in your home folder. Specifically

~/.config/AimTux

Each config.json is stored in a seperately named folder (The name you see in-game, in the config window).

To add a config, create a folder inside of the ~/.config/AimTux folder with a name of your choice, and paste the config.json inside of that folder.

To see hidden folders inside your home folder, press CTRL+H when using a file manager.

Grenade Configs

~/.config/AimTuxGH

Each config.json is stored in the folder named after them map name.

To add a config, copy the folder containing it to ~/.config/AimTuxGH

Contributing to AimTux

If you wish to contribute code to this opensource project, please keep some things mind before creating a pull request:

  • Make sure you're using the correct code style.
  • Make sure your commits are clean and straight forward ( no junk commits )
  • Explain what you've done in your pull request.

Screenshots

menu skins esp_chams

Credits

Special thanks to @aixxe (aixxe.net) for the skin changer and with the initial project, as well as helping this project with source code (Available on @aixxe's github page.)

This project was also originally based upon Atex's Linux Basehook.