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The fastest, most trusted, and #1 BusyBox installer and uninstaller!
Over 10 million installs and over 50,000 5 Star ratings!
Support for arm and intel based devices, mips support coming soon. (I need a mips device)
Mentioned in the new XDA-Developers book "XDA Developers' Android Hacker's Toolkit: The Complete Guide to Rooting, ROMs and Theming"
Winner of best Utility Software award for Android via Handster.
This is the only installer that is ad free and requires no internet permission!
The source for this application can be found here: https://code.google.com/p/busybox-android/
Featured on the BusyBox website at: http://busybox.net/products.html
The BusyBox source code can be found here: http://git.busybox.net/busybox/
A must have for any rooted phone! Almost EVERY rooted applications needs BusyBox to perform their magic, if you have a rooted phone then you need BusyBox.
Pro version contains Backup feature (for safer installs), uninstall feature, Advance Smart install feature, the ability to hand pick the applets you want, safety check for missing applets on start, and better overall support. The pro version will receive more frequent updates than the free version will.
Please note I did not write BusyBox! I wrote this installer and cross compiled BusyBox for Android. Please see the about menu option for more details or here: www.BusyBox.net
BusyBox is a software application that provides many standard Unix tools, much like the larger (but more capable) GNU Core Utilities. BusyBox is designed to be a small executable for use with the Linux kernel, which makes it ideal for use with embedded devices. It has been self-dubbed "The Swiss Army Knife of Embedded Linux".
Leave this installed if you always want to get the latest version of busybox!
Sourcecode is available on GitHub: https://github.com/muodov/sqlmapchik
Note that Google Play version may not include the latest available sqlmap version. To build a cutting-edge package, see instructions on GitHub
NOTE: The very first launch will take some time for the files need to be unpacked.
Project is currently in beta (I suppose it will always be as sqlmap is constantly evolving :)
At this point, not all of sqlmap features are supported. Here is what doesn't work for sure:
* sqlmap API
* log colorizing
* beeping :)
* user-defined function injection
* metasploit integration
Other features _should_ work. If you find an issue (I bet you will:), don't hesitate to report it on Github, by email, Twitter, pidgin mail etc.
* sqlmap homepage: http://sqlmap.org
* my twitter: [@muodov](https://twitter.com/muodov)
Current distros include Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, ArchLinux, Kali Linux, openSUSE and more coming soon!
* Kernel that supports loop devices (see http://linuxonandroid.org/working-devices/ for known working kernels and ROMs)
* Armv7 processor (Debian does work on Armv6 but other distros do not)
* As much free RAM as possible (you are after all installing a desktop OS)
--------------------Included in the app--------------------
* Installer for Ubuntu 13.04, 13.10, Debian 5 and 8, Kali Linux, Fedora 19, Arch Linux
* All future Linux distros I support
* Boot widget
* Linux Launcher
* Both Torrent and Normal download options
--------------------Need Help or more Info? --------------------
We offer a range of support channels to make sure all users get the help they need, please do not rate the app low if you have not tried to get support, what makes us different to other projects is we try VERY hard to give support to all users. The following methods are avaible:
*Wiki with FAQ and other useful pages https://sourceforge.net/p/linuxonandroid/wiki/Home/
*Live Chat via IRC http://linuxonandroid.org/irc/ (or #linuxonandroid-help on freenode)
*Forum support via http://forum.linuxonandroid.org/
*And Email support via email@example.com
Busybox is needed by several root apps and is a powerful utility. Learn more about busybox at http://busybox.net/
☆ Latest version of busybox included
☆ Advanced installer
☆ Scripter to create and run your scripts
☆ Check for new versions automatically (don't need to update the app)
☆ View a list of applets and their usage
☆ Delete busybox from your system
BusyBox combines tiny versions of many common UNIX utilities into a single small executable. It provides replacements for most of the utilities you usually find in GNU fileutils, shellutils, etc. The utilities in BusyBox generally have fewer options than their full-featured GNU cousins; however, the options that are included provide the expected functionality and behave very much like their GNU counterparts. BusyBox provides a fairly complete environment for any small or embedded system.
BusyBox has been written with size-optimization and limited resources in mind. It is also extremely modular so you can easily include or exclude commands (or features) at compile time. This makes it easy to customize your embedded systems. To create a working system, just add some device nodes in /dev, a few configuration files in /etc, and a Linux kernel.
BusyBox is maintained by Denys Vlasenko, and licensed under the GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE version 2.
Busybox Installer is open source under GNU license. Improvements and feedback is welcome.
Developed by: JRummy Apps Inc.
The free version includes the following features:
- 1, 2, 4, and 8 word modes allows working with values up to 64 bits in length.
- Allows chaining multiple operations together.
- Supports logical and arithmetic shift operations.
- Supports NOT, AND, OR, and XOR operations.
- Provides base-16, base-10, and two’s compliment signed base-10 interpretations of binary values.
- Works in both landscape and portrait modes.
- Saves your calculations automatically when you exit.
In the future Bit Fiddler will add the following features as part of updates to the all versions of the app:
- Big-endian mode and little/big endian conversion operations.
- Support for a floating point interpretation like IEEE 754.
- Support for character interpretations like UTF-8, ASCII, and Unicode.
- French and German (when I can find someone to translate strings for me).
- Size settings to make the app more usable for people with poor eyesight.
- Wikipedia integration to provide quick access to articles on binary standards and operations.
- Bug fixes (of course).
A planned "pro" version will add the following features:
- Support for 16 word (128 bit) values
- Circular shift operations.
- Support for fixed float interpretations.
- Saving and loading calculations to files.
- Definition of variables for easy insertion of values (e.g. "MY_BITMASK_HEX_VALUE=0xFFFF").
Project: Codename lets you generate over 60,000 different codenames. Save your favorites and pick the best, or hang on to a great codename until the perfect project for it comes along. Either way, the nearly inexhaustible stream of unique, memorable, and often humorously appropriate codenames will keep you entertained and inspired.
You may use it to stream applications from your Linux PC, or to launch Linux installed on your Android (installing Linux is done via separate app).
Touch screen with two fingers to send right mouse button click, with three fingers to send middle button click. You can also press button on your stylus, or use Bluetooth mouse.
Swipe with two fingers to scroll documents.
Finger hover is supported on select devices. If you have Galaxy S4/Note 3 device, enable AirView in system settings to use it.
To invoke keyboard, press Back key. Non-English text input is not supported in terminal, but it works in GUI applications.
If you don't see Back key, swipe up from the bottom of the screen.
If you have hardware Menu key, it will send Ctrl-Z (Undo in most apps).
To disable magnifying glass, tap Change device config during app start, select Mouse emulation → Display size → Large.
You can disable gyroscope in Mouse emulation → Advanced → Gyroscope.
You can enable portrait screen orientation and 24bpp color depth in Change device config → Video.
To set custom display number, go to Change device config → Data installation location → Specify directory → do not change directory, press OK → change parameters to XSDL :1234, press OK, where 1234 is your display number. You may also pass other parameters to Xserver using this dialog.
To connect to the display manager on your PC, add parameter -query your.PC.IP.address to the Xserver command line, then configure your display manager.
If you have XDM, you will need to remove a line starting with :0 from /etc/X11/xdm/Xservers , add * to /etc/X11/xdm/Xaccess , and set DisplayManager*authorize: false in /etc/X11/xdm/xdm-config , to disable local X server and allow connections from external IP addresses.
If you want SHM extension to work in Linux chroot - download file libandroid-shmem.so from here:
copy it to chroot, set executable flag, and execute this in chroot before other commands:
.APK file for side-loading and old versions:
◈ an almost-complete busybox with 327 applets: have more of your favorite commands without the bloat
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◈ subversion and git: access source code using two popular version control systems
◈ tcpdump and nmap: analyze network traffic and query remote hosts
◈ lynx and w3m: go retro with lightweight text-based Web browsers
BotBrew currently runs on ARM-powered devices (sorry, x86 and MIPS users!) and works best with CyanogenMod. Any terminal app that provides a local shell should work, but Hacker's Keyboard and Script Manager might be helpful, too. Spread the word if you like BotBrew! If you have trouble with BotBrew or have bugs to report, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or chat with us at #botbrew on irc.freenode.net. And we'd love to hear from you if you want to distribute your own software using BotBrew.
BotBrew requires certain privileges to work properly:
◈ ROOT: allows BotBrew to install files to your system
◈ INTERNET: allows BotBrew to download packages from the Internet
◈ ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE: allows BotBrew to find out if you're connected (and avoid opening the homepage if you're not)
◈ RECEIVE_BOOT_COMPLETED: allows BotBrew to (optionally) initialize itself and services when your device starts up
Initializing BotBrew at boot should have no performance impact, but services do use resources (so they are disabled by default). Use the control panel to fine-tune your preferences about what BotBrew should do at boot (i.e. start itself, services, or nothing at all).