Download S4H Linux for Raspberry Pi 2 & 3

School for Hackers Linux

We maintain a special build of Fedora Linux for Raspberry Pi with the Security Spin packages pre-installed, plus some accessories and services already set up, to make using your Pi as a hacking and security-testing platform easy. It’s a great OS for students and teachers of hacking and security, and saves both a lot of time building a stable, updateable toolset.

These OS images (and a growing heap of goodies) are available to registered students of School for Hackers. Use the Register link at the top of the page to create an account, then log in to see extra menu items and pages. Then visit our Setup page for instructions on how to load the image, change passwords, connect via VNC or SSH and get started with the Security Lab tools: https://schoolforhackers.com/set-up-your-fedora-pi-card/.

You can use our School for Hackers Linux on a Raspberry Pi, as a Virtual Machine or directly installed onto your laptop. We’re building our hacking lessons for exactly this platform, so for the most part you’ll find everything pre-installed (except where we need to teach you how installation works). We recommend it as the best OS for our School for Hackers students.

[ Bash Scripting How-to ] :: BASH Programming Course: Master the Linux Command Line! on Udemy

Glenn Norman

As I write, this course is on sale for $10 on Udemy, though that’s likely to change. In fact, I’ve bought courses on Udemy that later disappeared, so there’s no guarantee that courses like this on commercial sites like Udemy etc. will even exist years down the road. On the plus side, this one offers a very good list of topics covered. Take a look while you have the chance.

https://www.udemy.com/bash-programming/#%2F

[ Bash Scripting How-to ] :: Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide at TLDP.org

Glenn Norman

Bash scripting (shell scripting using bash) is one of the most critical skills a hacker can cultivate. Everybody and his brother (including me, Glenn) has written bash scripting guides and tutorials, but few of them go as in-depth as this one.

I’ll be listing other bash tutorial sites here at School for Hackers, and I hope eventually to put together a course and cert in bash scripting for hackers. Drop me a line if you’re interested in working on that project. In the mean time, see this:

http://www.tldp.org/LDP/abs/html/why-shell.html