The Transmission torrent client has an option to set a Blocklist, which helps protect you from getting caught and having the DMCA send a letter/email.
It's as simple as downloading and installing the latest client:
|cat << EOF | sudo tee /etc/yum.repos.d/ol7_addons.repo|
|name=Oracle Linux $releasever Add ons (\$basearch)|
|# Verify this manually if you're paranoid like me|
|# Hello, and welcome to makefile basics.|
|# You will learn why `make` is so great, and why, despite its "weird" syntax,|
|# it is actually a highly expressive, efficient, and powerful way to build|
|# Once you're done here, go to|
|# to learn SOOOO much more.|
|Port Knocking with scapy example.|
|Knock on port 42304|
|Knock on port 53768|
|Knock on port 3297|
|HTTP request to port 19760|
|Now, to get the flag, we just need to write a small scrip to implement all this logic. We will use the scapy python library to perform the port knocking and curl for the HTTP request part:|
You might want to read this to get an introduction to armel vs armhf.
If the below is too much, you can try Ubuntu-ARMv7-Qemu but note it contains non-free blobs.
Running ARM programs under linux (without starting QEMU VM!)
First, cross-compile user programs with GCC-ARM toolchain. Then install
qemu-arm-static so that you can run ARM executables directly on linux