The command BusyBox needs to be renamed to sh.exe an put on the desktop. The command sh.exe has then to by executed with the flag -1 with the following command line: C:\Windows\System32>cmd.exe /c sh.exe -1 Is this the right spelling? I get an error saying the command may be misspelled or could not be found. Any help?
i need the link of busybox plz
The link “ftp://ftp.tigress.co.uk/public/gpl/6.0.0/busybox/busybox.exe” doesn’t work anymore or it just doesn’t work for me. (It might matter that I’ve got Windows 10). Does anyone know how to fix this problem? Please answer soon, thank you!
The tigress.co.uk servers have been turned off. You should be able to download busybox.exe from my new website: https://frippery.org/files/busybox/busybox.exe
@ Luc Hessler
< command line: C:\Windows\System32>cmd.exe /c sh.exe -1 Is this the right spelling? >
No, it is a “l” (small letter of “L”). I made the same mistake. This italic “l” looks like “1”.
Hi , I tried the new link but the busybox.exe didn’t worked with my Windows 10 and it wasn’t possible to install busybox.. can you help me? (the pc tell me something about the smartscreen..) thx
@Ron Yourston - the link, https://frippery.org/files/busybox/busybox.exe downloads a file with a virus. Can the forum admin please verify and remove both this post and his.
Now for the author/publisher - How do I get a virus-FREE executable of Busybox? I’ve found a download of the source files, but it’s proving to be challenging to get Busybox to work. As a result, I’m unable to proceed.
This site appears to be current:
This is likely too late to help the above posters, but for others who land here:
On this page: https://frippery.org/busybox/
There is a link to a different forum post here: https://github.com/rmyorston/busybox-w32/issues/65
This last post claims that busybox_safe.exe does not cause the anti virus software to block busybox.