Once Kali is up and running on the Chromebook, the Ubertooth build guide is a good start.
However there are some issues with the guide and Kali/Chromebook,
- For the Bluetooth Base Band Library (libbtbb), install the following packages,
apt-get install build-essential libpcap-dev
2. For Ubertooth Tools, install the following packages,
* pkg-config (required to locate libusb development) * python-pyside (required for ubertooth-specan-ui) * python-numpy (required for ubertooth-specan-ui)
apt-get install pkg-config python-pyside python-numpy
- The Kismet step specifies a download location of https://, but this fails with a SSL error, replace it with http://.
Kismet requires a few of the packages above; the rest of this guide assumes the Ubertooth guide was followed up to and including Kismet.
Again, it requires some extra development packages,
- libusb-dev (spectools is not compatible with the version required by Ubertooth).
- libgtk2.0-dev (required by spectool_gtk)
Once that is done, clone the spectool repository, configure, make and install,
git clone https://www.kismetwireless.net/spectools.git cd spectools ./configure make make install
If everything goes well there is now a fully functional spectrum analyzer @
Run it and a screen like this will appear,
Click 'Open Device',
Select 'Ubertooth One USB ...' and click 'Enable',
And that's it, spectrum analysis via an Ubertooth and Spectools on a Kali/Chromebook.