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Prerequisites
=============
First of all we **highly** recommend to execute the build process by
using a normal user account. Avoid root super powers here, since
permission errors triggered by various PKGBUILDs might exist.
Before proceeding, be sure to have:
- kernel26-pwn installed
- grub installed (preferably grub-gfx)
After that, you have to regen aufs2 from lkm-skel/ and install it before
proceeding with the build of aufs2-util.
At the end you should have these packages installed:
- kernel26-pwn
- aufs2 (-pwn tainted)
You should keep these packages installed until explictly indicated.
Duplicated packages
===================
There are various duplicates packages in lkm-skel/ directory.
- aufs2 and aufs-util:
Remember that these two packages (aufs2 and aufs2-util) are kept in
lkm-skel/ due to the absence of KDIR tricks in aufs2-util build
process. This is the only difference between our version and the ABS
one.
If a newer version is present in ABS be sure to sync it before the
release.
- tiacx
The only difference is the patch provided by aircrack team. So take
care to take synced this package too.
- open-vm-tools-modules and virtualbox-ose
Some customization to make the build process suitable to create
modules for our tainted kernel.
Local Modules
=============
Before each release be sure to:
- Update the kernel accordingly
- Sync duplicated modules with ABS
After that generate fresh PKGBUILDs from lkm-skel/ by using:
$ module-rebuild -a repo/lkm-skel repo/regen-modules
$ pkg-builder -x repo/regen-modules/ pacman/src/ pacman/pkg/
Extra modules
=============
ArchPwn depends on various external modules. This is a brief list
(extracted from the forced list of module-rebuild tool):
- aufs2
- aufs2-util
- vhba-module
- fcpci
- intel-536ep
- intel-537
- martian
- slmodem
- virtualbox-ose
Of course every module is taken from ABS tree, so you need to sync your
ABS tree before proceed:
$ sudo abs
$ module-rebuild /var/abs repo/regen-modules/
modulerebuild - >>> - These are the packages that depends on kernel26
modulerebuild - >>> - ndiswrapper => done
modulerebuild - >>> - aufs2 => done
modulerebuild - >>> - intel-537 => done
modulerebuild - >>> - slmodem => done
modulerebuild - >>> - martian => done
modulerebuild - >>> - fcpci => done
modulerebuild - >>> - nvidia => done
modulerebuild - >>> - intel-536ep => done
modulerebuild - >>> - compcache => done
modulerebuild - >>> - vhba-module => done
...
$ pkg-builder -x repo/regen-modules/ pacman/src/ pacman/pkg/
After that you should be ready for the next phase.
Create your ISO
===============
At this point everything is done trough a script called mkarchiso. This
requires to have a kernel with aufs2 module installed. So the possible
solutions are:
- proceed with your -ARCH kernel
- use your shiny -PWN kernel
The first options is the best since it doesn't require any module
rebuild and doesn't impact your system in any way. By the way, it's not
all gold. You have to remove aufs2-\* packages (-pwn tainted) that you
have installed in the earlier phases:
# pacman -Rd aufs2 aufs2-utils
# rm /var/cache/pacman/aufs2*
# pacman -S extra/aufs2 extra/aufs2-util
# rm /var/cache/pacman/aufs2*
Did you see any duplicated lines? Well they are not duplicated. Since
the package names of the -pwn version and the -ARCH version are the same
you have to be sure to clean up the pacman cache to avoid package
corruption in the install phase.
Another requirement for mkarchiso script is mksquashfs binary provided
by squashfs-tools PKGBUILD (it's located in repo/base).
# pacman -U pacman/pkg/squashfs-tools-*
Build your profile
------------------
mkarchiso script provide a flexible way to customize your iso. You could
easilly define a profile and build it without touching or polluting
anything. ArchPwn is organized in two profiles:
- archpwn-mini
That contains the only strict requirements for pentesters that fits
in standard CD.
- archpwn-full
Contains everything you need for a complete penetration testing. You
could burn the image onto a DVD or use with your favourite USB
stick.
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pkgname=chakra-hardware-detection
pkgver=20091114
pkgver=20100412
pkgrel=1
pkgdesc="Hardware detection scripts for Chakra"
arch=('any')
@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@ HW_DB_PATH="/opt/chakra/hwdb"
# VERSION OF THE "NVIDIA" DRIVER PKG
# (keep in sync with postinstall config)
NVIDIA_DRV_VER="190"
NVIDIA_DRV_VER="195"
# NVIDIA HW DATABASE FILE NAME
NV_DB="hw_nvidia_hwdb"
@@ -12,6 +12,7 @@ hwdetect_alsa()
$alsa_amixer -c 0 sset "Center" 70% unmute &>/dev/null
$alsa_amixer -c 0 sset "LFE" 70% unmute &> /dev/null
$alsa_amixer -c 0 sset "Headphone" 70% unmute &>/dev/null
$alsa_amixer -c 0 sset "Speaker" 70% unmute &>/dev/null
$alsa_amixer -c 0 sset "PCM" 70% unmute &>/dev/null
$alsa_amixer -c 0 sset "Line" 70% unmute &>/dev/null
$alsa_amixer -c 0 sset "External" 70% unmute &>/dev/null
@@ -109,20 +109,19 @@ hwdetect_graphics()
elif [ "$CARD_ATI" != "" ]
then
# Disabled for the moment
#if [ $(grep -i "$CARD_ATI" ${HW_DB_PATH}/${ATI_DB}) ]
#then
#
# printhl "ATI hardware detected"
# printhl "Installing driver: ATI catalyst. This can take some seconds."
#
# pacman -Udf ${HW_DRIVER_PATH}/catalyst* &>/dev/null
#
# # add a status file in /tmp
# touch /tmp/catalyst
#else
if [ $(grep -i "$CARD_ATI" ${HW_DB_PATH}/${ATI_DB}) ]
then
printhl "ATI hardware detected"
printhl "Installing driver: ATI catalyst. This can take some seconds."
pacman -Udf ${HW_DRIVER_PATH}/catalyst* &>/dev/null
# add a status file in /tmp
touch /tmp/catalyst
else
printhl "No non-free drivers available for this hardware"
#fi
fi
else
printhl "No non-free drivers available for this hardware"
@@ -134,6 +133,23 @@ hwdetect_graphics()
printhl "Non-free graphics drivers disabled"
# arg! this don't work yet
# # check for nvidia
# CARD_NVIDIA=$(lspci -n | sed -n "s/.* 0300: 10de:\(....\).*/\1/p")
#
# # do we have one?
# if [ "$CARD_NVIDIA" != "" ]
# then
# printhl "NVIDIA hardware detected"
# printhl "Installing driver: nouveau. This can take some seconds."
#
# pacman -Rd libdrm --noconfirm &>/dev/null
# pacman -Udf ${HW_DRIVER_PATH}/xf86-video-nouveau* &>/dev/null
# pacman -Udf ${HW_DRIVER_PATH}/nouveau-drm* &>/dev/null
# pacman -Udf ${HW_DRIVER_PATH}/nouveau-libdrm* &>/dev/null
#
# fi
;;
esac
}
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filename="$1"
[ -e "$filename" ] || {
echo "USAGE: $0 path/to/fglrx_drv.so > hw_ati_hwdb" >&2
echo "USAGE: $0 path/to/fglrxko_pci_ids.h" >&2
exit 1
}
echo "# Listing generated by fglrx_supported_chakra-20090930."
echo "# Listing generated by fglrx_supported_chakra-20100412."
echo "# Do not edit manually."
echo "# (C) 2009 Chakra-Developer-Team"
echo "# (C) 2010 Chakra-Developer-Team"
grep "0x" "$filename" | \
sed -n 's/FGL_ASIC_ID(0x\([0-9A-F]\{4\}\)),$/0x\1/p' | \
sort | uniq | sed -e 's/^[ \t]*//'
strings "$filename" | \
sed -n 's/^0x\([0-9A-F]\{4\}\)$/0x\1/p' | \
sort | uniq
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# Listing generated by fglrx_supported_chakra-20090930.
# Listing generated by fglrx_supported_chakra-20100412.
# Do not edit manually.
# Based on Driver-Version: 9.10-1
# (C) 2009 Chakra-Developer-Team
# (C) 2010 Chakra-Developer-Team
# Taken for catalyst-10.4-1chakra
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# Listing generated by nvidia_supported_chakra-20090930.
# Do not edit manually.
# Based on Driver-Version: 173.14.22-1
# (C) 2009 Chakra-Developer-Team
# Taken for nvidia-173xx-173.14.25-1
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# Listing generated by nvidia_supported_chakra-20090930.
# Do not edit manually.
# Based on Driver-Version: 96.43.14-1
# (C) 2009 Chakra-Developer-Team
# Taken for nvidia-96xx-96.43.16-1
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