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    Re: Back Track 5 R3 Download Not Working

    The download links worked fine for me. The problem is most likely on your end. Make sure your ports are open!
  2. Discussioni: Problems with wifi

    by landon
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    Re: Problems with wifi

    seder,

    Did you check to see if it worked before you installed ndiswrapper and the windows drivers? Here are a few things to check:
    Make sure you enabled the USB device through VMware (VM >...
  3. Discussioni: Chrome as Root

    by landon
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    Re: Chrome as Root

    I personally think another, much safer option is to make use of flag "--user-data-dir"
    chromium-browser --user-data-dir=/foo
    I created a chromium-profile directory in /root/ to hold the different...
  4. Re: [GUIDE] Loading the i915 driver in the 3.2.6 kernel without adding unsupported PP

    Cool man, glad it worked. About the Macbook, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MacBookAir4-2 might help. However, some of the steps on that page include adding unsupported PPA's (which I'm not a fan...
  5. Re: [GUIDE] Loading the i915 driver in the 3.2.6 kernel without adding unsupported PP

    Good call, I removed the 'fix-splash' from i915-2.sh.
  6. Re: [GUIDE] Loading the i915 driver in the 3.2.6 kernel without adding unsupported PP

    No problem. Let me know if anything needs adjusting. I created another version that performs steps 3&4 instead of using a start-up script to unload the nouveau driver. In addition, I made compatible...
  7. Re: [GUIDE] Loading the i915 driver in the 3.2.6 kernel without adding unsupported PP

    Confirmed! Worked like a charm. I have several PCs that are affected by this bug. So I wrote a script to automate this process. It's located at http://techauthority.net/backtrack/i915.sh.txt. I added...
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