Kernelexploit for 5.5.0 on Raspberry

Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by onepiecefreak, May 6, 2016.

  1. onepiecefreak
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    onepiecefreak The Special One

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    Hi there,

    I wanted to selfhost the exploits on my Raspberry running newest Raspbian with Kernel 4.1.
    After I installed openjdk 8 and started the application with java -jar HaxServer.jar, the application seems to running fine. If I try to get the exploit through my WiiU it seems the files won't reach it properly.
    I opened port 80 on my router and gave all users all possible rights on the HaxServer-Files (to exclude the possibility of right errors).

    If I now want to load the exploit the command line of my raspberry give a "Broken Pipe"-Exception and my console freezes (makes sense because it havn't got the exploit correctly).

    Do I have to open other ports maybe? Or what can it be?

    Thx in advance.
     
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  2. Net-KILLER

    Net-KILLER computer says no

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    Just use Apache as web server

    And btw you don't need to open ports on your router when you are hosting locally
     
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  3. bkifft

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    did you run the .jar as root (e.g. using sudo), as binding to ports below 1024 usually requires root privileges?
     
  4. onepiecefreak
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    onepiecefreak The Special One

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    @bkifft I executed it with sudo, yes.
    @Net-KILLER How am I supposed to run it with my Apache-webserver, since the HaxServer is Java-written?
     
  5. Net-KILLER

    Net-KILLER computer says no

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    You don't need haxserver at all

    Just put the files you want to host in /var/www/

    Edit: maybe you need PHP too - i don't know what you are hosting
     
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  6. onepiecefreak
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