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  1. Re: is there no official working guide of installing BT5R2-KDE-32 persistent USB?

    Update: This trick worked, I have BT5R2 64Bit installed and working on the USB stick with persitence but it is still running slow, though there are no more errors.
  2. Re: is there no official working guide of installing BT5R2-KDE-32 persistent USB?

    There is a post in the BT5 How To's that utilizes VMware to trick the Install BackTrack program to install on to a USB drive as a standard install. I am trying this trick now. It seems to be...
  3. Re: is there no official working guide of installing BT5R2-KDE-32 persistent USB?

    I used the BTSR2-Gnome-64.iso (Backtrack 5 R2 64Bit Gnome ISO) on a 16GB Flash Voyager USB stick. It works fine in none persitent mode, but with persitence exact same issues, very slow, IO errors,...
  4. Re: is there no official working guide of installing BT5R2-KDE-32 persistent USB?

    I found similar behavior with slow responsiveness and instabilities in persistent mode by using "LinuxLive USB Creator" which until now has worked like a charm creating persistent mode Backtrack...
  5. Backtrack 5 - USB Persistant Changes not working.

    Hello All,

    I have followed the USB persistant changes instructions on the wiki with no success.
    Persistent USB - BackTrack Linux

    I have tried both the "Backtrack Persistent USB Installation"...
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    Sticky: Hello

    Hello All,

    Thanks to you all, hacking has become way more fun. Cheers!
  7. Re: Is it possible to patch an already installed wireless driver in BT4?

    Have you looked if perhaps compiled pre-patched drivers already exist that fit your needs?
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