This page lists all Linux distributions compatible with airgeddon. It's an alphabetically sorted and up-to-date list.
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It is developed on Linux and designed for Linux
It can run on any Linux distribution that passes the tools validations. Some of them have already been tested and listed here.
Tested on these compatible Linux distributions
- Arch 4.6.2-1 to 5.0.2-arch1-1-ARCH
- Backbox 4.5.1 to 5.x
- BlackArch 2016.01.10 to 2018.06.01
- CentOS 6 and 7
- Cyborg Hawk 1.1
- Debian 7 (Wheezy) to 9 (Stretch)
- Fedora 24 to 28
- Gentoo 20160514 to 20180206
- Kali 2.0, 2016.1 to 2019.x and arm versions (Raspberry Pi)
- Mint 18.x (Serena to Sylvia)
- OpenMandriva LX3
- OpenSUSE Leap 42.1 to 42.3
- Parrot Security 2.2.1 or higher (3.x, 4.x) and arm versions (Raspberry Pi)
- Raspbian 7 (Wheezy) to 9 (Stretch) (Raspberry Pi)
- Red Hat 7 (Maipo)
- Ubuntu/Xubuntu 15.10 to 18.04
- Wifislax 4.11.1 to 64-2.0
If you wish to run airgeddon in any different Operating System, you can use a Docker container.
Important compatibility notes
- Any Linux distribution run under Windows subsystem is NOT supported.
airmoncompatible wireless cards are supported. If your card is unable to change its mode by performing an
airmoncommand out of
airgeddon, it won't work. From
airgeddon>=8.11any card can be used if the monitor mode is supported.
- In order to work with Wayland graphic system (instead on using X window system), you must add permissions to root user in this way:
~$ xhost si:localuser:root. Doing that, root user (or using
airgeddonas sudo) is able to detect the screen resolution.