I am working on a project that requires:
- An open WiFi network
- On that network, a device that has a known exploit.
My plan is to use a Raspberry Pi to create that open WiFi network, then use another Raspberry Pi as the exploitable device. I know there may be CPU architecture issues.
Since Ubuntu 8.10 has a known exploit, I want to know:
1) Is it possible to use Ubuntu 8.10 on a Raspberry Pi?
1.1) If so, would I need to use the x86 image, AMD64 image, MID USB image, or another one?
1.2) If so, are there specific models of Raspberry Pi that would or would not work with Ubuntu 8.10? I own 4Bs, a 3B+, and multiple Zero Ws. I could possibly get others as well if need be.
2) What kind of software would I need to make installation media with Ubuntu 8.10 for a Raspberry Pi?
If this turns out to not be feasible, you can expect a question along the lines of "What OS can I use on a Raspberry Pi that has a known exploit?".
Thanks for all y'all's help.