It really depends what your demands are regarding WiFi.
If you can live with mediocre WiFi performance (for now), then use LEDE. You can build everything that is on the original Omega FW that way, except for the wifi driver. Onion uses a proprietary driver they can't publish, stock LEDE uses the fully open sourced, but not yet fully fine tuned, mt76 driver.
For all of my Omega2 based applications I built my own distro / FW image from LEDE, tailored to the use case. There is a learning curve to LEDE, but once you get a feel for it, it's a really nicely organized distro builder for tiny platforms.
For example you can start here, read about LEDE on their site and of course search this forum, which has a lot about custom FW builds.
I'd like a full onion repo with all the packages built and usable for each release of Onion OS, without having to fetch them from another LEDE or OpenWRT based repos and thus creating dependency issues on my omegas.
Mixing repositories doesn't lend itself to a stable environment.
...Ok, ok.... after finishing a couple Pi 0 W projects, I was sitting here looking at my unused Omega2+ and thinking to myself... I wonder if anyone has shoehorned Kali into one of these, or maybe got Wifite and supporting tools to work. A couple seconds with my friend Google, and here we are. I have now seen the purpose of owning this thing. Lets do this.
I am a padowan in the linuxverse, but this is a project I'm very interested in trying out. I have the Onion Arduino adapter and a Ralink 3070 wifi adapter sitting here.
Give me some commands to try.
BTW, I already went down the road with katoolin on a previous project. Kali is now rolling and, as time goes on, there will be more and more of a compatibility divergence that scripts like katoolin will have to bridge. I finally gave up on that and just found a Kali fork that worked on my hardware.
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