Create a bootable latest & final version Beini 1.2.5 USB

Beini is a small Linux distribution that packs a punch. it is based on Tiny Core Linux. It offers an array of WiFi security audit tools. Beini is easy for newbie to used compare to BackTrack, which is the popular system used to crack WEP/WPA.

Beini include packages: Minidwep, Aircrack, Inflator, Reaver, Feeding Bottle, Wifite

*This guide is for your own educational purpose.
Hacking or Cracking other people wireless network is illegal and against law.
We advice you do not attempt to attack wireless network other than your own.

1. Download the latest Beini system.


2. Download UNetbootin

. (Note: Do NOT use the latest version, here we use 377)
UNetbootin 377

3. Format your USB as FAT32.

4. Create a new folder on your desktop, extract the ISO file that you downloaded in step 1 into that folder.

5. Open UNetbootin and setup the following

(~ means the full Path of a Folder):

Kernel: ~\boot\bzImage

Initrd: ~\boot\tinycore.gz

Options: ~\boot\isolinux\isolinux.cfg
(you can change these options manually, for example: change the language (e.g. en.utf8).
Note: If the USB does not load you should add the following kernel boot parameter waitusb=8 to potentially fix the problem.

Note: Make sure you select the correct USB drive.

6. After you see "Installation Complete, Reboot (Current)", you can reboot the computer and select boot from your USB from BIOS.


    1. Chromebook has limited tools and command. I don't know if it will work since I do not have a Chromebook available for test.

  1. Hi,

    I have successfully booted into Beini 1.2.5 using a Live USB stick. Problem is it is unable to detect my Ralink RT3290 driver. iwconfig shows the following :

    lo no wireless extensions
    eth0 no wireless extensions
    dummy0 no wireless extensions

    I feel like this is a driver related issue. Do you know how I can get the drivers installed for the same with/without an Ethernet connection?

  2. How to add password list`s to the Beini before makeing bootable ??? I need to add password`s list that beini can use them to hack wifi so how to add them in what folder ?????????

  3. hello..

    ive try follow your steps that u given..

    1st off.. using unetbootin it works perfectly
    2nd after trying to install it in usb thumbdrive.. nothing problem
    3rd sent TCE file to the usb and complete with another file in TCE folder
    4th after booting the window.. ................................................. ready and it become like this

    [asdwesdg2rter] ? [123244541235] (example)

    from the top until never seen the result.. can you explain what cause is that? tq

  4. bro... mine only can boot to default... no beini.. when run its goes to tiny linux.. no beini as avaiable... only three icon at taskbar... how tu run beini ?

    1. First, make sure your BIOS support USB boot. Second, make sure USB is formated as FAT32. Let me know if that work for you ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. hello
    when i reboot my laptop top n run beini i started n then hanged n even my mouse pointer did not work.
    plz help me

  6. Bro where and how to add waitusb=8 will it work...... couse i've been trying for apass while..... and my lapi is not loading the usb.....

      1. Bro where and how to add waitusb=8 will it work...... couse i've been trying for apass while..... and my lapi is not loading the usb.....

  7. why in the beini 1.2.5 does not have:

    Kernel: ~bootvmlinuz

    Initrd: ~bootcore.gz

    i cannot complete the boot without the files..
    admin,please help me

    1. hi .friend...istead of . bootvmlinux hv to type bootbzImage and instead of core.gz. to have type .boottinycore.gz okay... try it.

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