BackTrack - Ubuntu Edition - (I am going to create!) - Interested?
Found BT3 Final a little annoying. Mainly because flux is the only one that works on my comp.
So I've decided to do something.
That is to put all the programs built into BackTrack 3 onto a debian distribution (ISO). This will be built on Ubuntu 8.10. I will make a 64-bit version and a 32-bit version.
Please participate in the poll and give me ideas.
I am going to do this project as a learning activity, thus I'm not in it for profit! (no, I'm not even going to put a link to my website or a donate button!)
Please tell me what you think of my idea.
And participate in the poll!
Thanks in advance,
PS: I don't really want any team members, going for a solo project. Only thing I want is suggestions!
Ubuntu?! Nooooooooo your doing it WRONG!
Having used Helix Live cd's (based on ubuntu 8.04) let me just say i can't thing of anything worse than a Ubuntu based Backtrack.
Helix has a tiny selection of the tools available in backtrack, and yet it is still slow as hell! Startup time for a ubuntu based system is AGES compared to the Slax base used just now.
Also that horrible fake tan orange/brown colour scheme of ubuntu make me want to slash my wrists in eye-pain! Ubuntu is now getting like windows, too much faff and not great on older equipment.