OK, i have a question:
I am trying to install USB display adapters that support DisplayLink.
I have the adapters, (2 of them) and they are recognized my system as display link adapters. I go to the github repository, and ATTEMPT to install the drivers. I even modify the script to accommodate the OS, (not natively supported in parrot) and still get errors.
Below is the following. Could you help me please?
Not installing on parrot 3.10
this is what i get:
--------------------------- displaylink-debian ----------------------------
DisplayLink driver installer for Debian based Linux distributions:
Select a key: [i/u/r/q]: R
unzip is installed
linux-headers-4.14.0-parrot2-amd64 is installed
dkms is installed
lsb-release is installed
linux-source is installed
Unsuported platform: Parrot intruder
This tool is Open Source and feel free to extend it
GitHub repo: https://github.com/AdnanHodzic/displaylink-debian/
So i modify the script to include the following:
elif [ “$lsb” == “Parrot” ];
if [ $codename == “intruder” ];
echo -e “\nPlatform requirements satisfied, proceeding …”
inbetwwen # Kali and # Deepin
Now i get this error:
Installing driver version: 1.4
DisplayLink Linux Software 1.4.210 install script called: install
Distribution discovered: Parrot 3.10 - Intruder
Unsatisfied dependencies. Missing component: Linux headers for running kernel, 4.14.0-parrot2-amd64.
This is a fatal error, cannot install DisplayLink Linux Software.
I do not know what dependencies that i will possibly need if that is the problem.
Thank you in advance