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v1.2Z - released!
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TinyPaw-Linux on YouTube
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Trouble burning your .iso...
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RTL8812AU wireless device...
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Installing Packages
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Information Updating TinyPaw-Linux and/or packages
Posted by: r1sen - 07-15-2018, 11:44 PM - Forum: General: - No Replies

First things first, yes you can apply updates, and new packages to TinyPaw-Linux. However if you are running LIVE then you will not need to worry about that due to your system reverting to .iso default upon shutdown. Currently TinyPaw-Linux does not have repositories accessible via the "appsbrowser / package manager" , the Tiny Core Linux repositories are listed and accessible within TinyPaw as of the date of this posting. Though very important to understand, these listed Tiny Core Linux repositories SHOULD NEVER BE USED TO APPLY SYSTEM OR PACKAGE UPDATES! Yes, TinyPaw-Linux is derived from Tiny Core Linux, is it the same? No, no it is not. Many of the core system files, packages and libraries have either been updated, recompiled, modified, etc. from the parent Tiny Core Linux build and applying updates or installing system files intended for Tiny Core Linux from their repositories can certainly render your TinyPaw installation either unstable or unusable DO SO AT YOUR OWN RISK! Any updates or packages/extensions should only be obtained from the official TinyPaw-Linux repositories at: SourceForge or BitBucket and you should be have an understanding of the relationships between packages, libraries or core system files before applying updates over previous installed files. That all being said, I generally try to roll out vital core updates/patches with the .iso release cycle, any updates posted in between will certainly include instructions on installation as well as the listed dependencies needed as well, typically those posts can be found on this forum or from Xiaopan OS forums as well.

Now, why did I leave the Tiny Core Linux repositories listed in the package manager? Simple, as I said TinyPaw is still a Tiny Core derivative and thus the repositories were included to offer multimedia, imaging, office, etc. options for any user who desired to add more to TinyPaw. This is entirely a pen-test oriented system and thus has no additional applications, games, or multimedia options, that is why the Tiny Core Linux repositories were not removed from the package manager.

Similar information was posted in the TinyPaw-Linux wiki:


A YouTube video is available for an overview of installing packages and altering your onboot.lst file:


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Star v1.2Z - released!
Posted by: r1sen - 07-08-2018, 02:55 AM - Forum: News: - No Replies

So,  a little ahead of "schedule" however a lot of the adjustments and fixes needed directly affected functionality and performance. Along with the introduction of newly compiled libs and a few new builds of tools, there was also the inclusion of updated X11 libs and Xterm to resolve some script/bash compatibility issues seen in v1.2 and earlier. Also along those lines the root Airgeddon script was adjusted for dhcpd.leases path search - as well as a default dhcpd.leases file located in the Airgeddon root directory.

Download available at:







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Information TinyPaw-Linux on YouTube
Posted by: r1sen - 07-03-2018, 01:10 PM - Forum: News: - No Replies

Yes, TinyPaw-Linux has a YouTube channel. Currently these videos cover installation, .iso burning, VM configuration, USB redirection as well as other tips & tricks. Being only one person there is absolutely no release cycle for any videos and they will be posted only as time is available. The idea was to provide visual overviews covering most installation and configuration instructions detailed in the project wiki pages and/or forums. If you have suggestions or would like to see a video covering certain things - by all means post your thoughts!

Check it out here: 

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Information Trouble burning your .iso or installation?
Posted by: r1sen - 07-01-2018, 06:16 PM - Forum: Help & Support: - No Replies

If you are newer to all of this - LIVE / VM OS's and having any trouble burning a release *.iso file and/or issues with installation or VM configuration please check out the appropriate project Wiki sections before posting questions and or problems. Thank you, always ready to help but just want to cut down on overlap.

- Wiki entry for .iso burning: https://sourceforge.net/p/tinypaw-linux/...ur%20.iso/

- Wiki entry for installation: https://sourceforge.net/p/tinypaw-linux/...tallation/

As I said, if either Wiki section does not answer your question and/or solve your problem, please post and get the feedback you need.

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  RTL8812AU wireless device driver
Posted by: r1sen - 06-30-2018, 09:07 PM - Forum: Packages & Drivers: - No Replies

Requested by the community - compiled from source and wrapped in a *.tcz extension. I do not have a device with this chipset (rtl8812au)  to be able to test and verify functionality.


Originally posted in the Xiaopan OS forum following the release of v1.2:


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Information Installing Packages
Posted by: r1sen - 06-30-2018, 03:57 AM - Forum: Packages & Drivers: - No Replies

Unfortunately at this time the TinyPaw-Linux repositories are not accessible with the "apps browser / package manager" - however customization and adding packages that were not included in your release version are certainly encouraged - not discouraged. The process is no more difficult then editing an onboot/boot/init list.

For purposes of instruction we will be using the package: reaver-1.6.5.tcz as an example.

So let's say that you would like to test the new reaver or upgrade from the previous reaver-1.6.4 included in your release?

No problem, simply boot up your TinyPaw-Linux release and open the seamonkey web browser (WWW wbar launcher icon), and browse one of the TinyPaw repositories: SourceForge , BitBucket

1.) Download the package of your choice - for example reaver-1.6.5.tcz - which by default will download to your (/home/tc/Downloads/) directory.

2.) Copy your newly downloaded package to your extension directory located at (/mnt/*/tce/optional/).

3.) Once you have copied over your new package you have two choices, remove your previous package build (reaver-1.6.4.tcz) or leave it if you only wish to use your new package for testing purposes and plan on keeping your previous build on hand.

4.) Now once your package file has been copied over, you will need to adjust your (onboot.lst) file in order to initialize your new package build upon startup.

5.) Open your onboot.lst file located in your (/mnt/*/tce/) directory.

6.) Add an additional line item for your new package - ie (reaver-1.6.5.tcz) and include and extra line of white space at the end of your onboot.lst file.

7.) Remove/comment out any previous build packages - ie (reaver-1.6.4.tcz , etc.).

8.) Now that you have made the correct adjustments save the changes you've made to your onboot.lst file and close your text editor.

9.) Once your new package has been copied to your extension directory (/mnt/*/tce/optional/) and the proper adjustments have made to your onboot.lst file located in your (/mnt/*/tce/) directory, reboot your system for your new packages to be fully functional upon boot.

10.) If after testing your new package you decide you do not wish to use this particular build or maybe revert back from a development build then simply remove the package from your extension folder and make the necessary adjustments to your onboot.lst file to revert back to a previous build of any one particular package and/or dependencies you may have updated as well for this particular package.

Quick YouTube video tutorial:

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Information Current Repositories
Posted by: r1sen - 06-30-2018, 01:29 AM - Forum: Packages & Drivers: - No Replies

Currently the TinyPaw-Linux project has package and file repositories hosted on SourceForge and BitBucket. Unfortunately at this time neither is available via the "apps browser / package manager" however installing packages not included in your release is not too complicated and further instructions are available - HERE

Feel free to browse either repository as well as check the forum for any news or information related to packages released.

- SourceForge Repository
- BitBucket Repository

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Star Forum Launched!
Posted by: r1sen - 06-29-2018, 12:54 PM - Forum: News: - No Replies

Ah, trying to make things more official as well as growing a home for TinyPaw! As this project is a constant work in development so is this site/forum. Hopefully this will give more ground to questions and feedback related to the project. Thanks to all the support so far!

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Information Airgeddon - dhcpd.leases
Posted by: r1sen - 06-29-2018, 03:33 AM - Forum: Bugs: - No Replies

Too late it would seem an issue was caught with the airgeddon script and dhcpd leasing. By default the bash script *.leases location needed to be redirected and seemingly to overcome r+rw issues the *.leases file could not be an inflated squashfs extension location. So to patch this two things need to be done:

1.) Locate and access the airgeddon directory (/home/tc/.airgeddon/)  as root

2.) Create an empty file with the name of "dhcpd.leases"

3.) Open airgeddon.sh with editor and make the following adjustment:

- Line 241, Col 33: "/home/tc/.airgeddon/dhcpd.leases"

4.) Save the adjustment you made to your airgeddon.sh file

5.) Now airgeddon will have functional Evil Twin abilities.

Instructions for patching airgeddon are available in the Xiaopan OS forum where it was originally posted:


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Information " xterm -e 'command | tee output' "
Posted by: r1sen - 06-29-2018, 03:11 AM - Forum: Bugs: - No Replies

Unfortunately this issue was caught after the release of TinyPaw-Linux v1.2 and affects several scripts that implement the "xterm -e 'command | tee output' " syntax. To resolve the issue a modern xterm and some missing X11 libs were patched in and resolved this compatibility issue.

Instructions for patching v1.2 are available in the Xiaopan OS forum where it was originally posted:


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