- CPU: Cavium OcteonTX CN8120
- RAM: DD4
- Ethernet: 1
- USB2: 1
- Storage: [sdcard emmc]
The Gateworks Newport implementing a flash drive sized computer. Kali Linux fits on a microSD card for it.
This image is for the “Cavium OcteonTX” based boards.
By default, the Kali Linux Gateworks Newport image contains the kali-linux-default metapackage similar to most other platforms. If you wish to install extra tools please refer to our metapackages page.
Kali on the Gateworks Newport - User Instructions
If you’re unfamiliar with the details of downloading and validating a Kali Linux image, or for using that image to create a bootable device, it’s strongly recommended that you refer to the more detailed procedures described in the specific articles on those subjects.
To install a pre-built image of the standard build of Kali Linux on your Newport, follow these instructions:
- Get a fast microSD card with at least 16GB capacity. Class 10 cards are highly recommended.
- Download and validate the
Kali Newportimage from the downloads area. The process for validating an image is described in more detail on Downloading Kali Linux.
- Use the dd utility to image this file to your microSD card. In our example, we use a microSD which is located at
/dev/sdb. Change this as needed.
This process will wipe out your microSD card. If you choose the wrong storage device, you may wipe out your computers hard disk.
$ xzcat kali-linux-2022.2-gateworks-newport-xfce-arm64.img.xz | sudo dd of=/dev/sdb bs=4M status=progress
This process can take a while, depending on your PC, your microSD card’s speed, and the size of the Kali Linux image.
Once the dd operation is complete, boot up a computer with the Gateworks Newport plugged in.
You should be able to log in to Kali.
Kali on the Gateworks Newport - Image Customization
If you want to customize the Kali Gateworks Newport image, including changes to the packages being installed, changing the desktop environment, increasing or decreasing the image file size or generally being adventurous, check out the Kali-ARM Build-Scripts repository on GitLab, and follow the README.md file’s instructions. The script to use is
Updated on: 2022-May-20