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    Re: Backtrack 4 VMware help

    BT4 VM Install | BackTrack Linux

    That's the tutorial that I looked at.

    I've worked with Backtrack before and other Linux distros but I'm new to VMware so I got confused. I'm going to try what...
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    Backtrack 4 VMware help

    So I went to look at the install instructions for BackTrack 4 in VMware and I got confused. I downloaded the .zip folder. Then when I went to the how-to it redirects me to a hard drive install......
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    Re: Replace Macbook Pro Wireless Card

    So a Alfa AWUS036H is the best card to get?
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    Replace Macbook Pro Wireless Card

    Can I replace the wireless card in my Late 2009 13" macbook pro with a different one so that I can use it to hack WiFi while running Backtrack 4 in VMware or Virtual box? If so which wireless card...
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    Thanks everybody. I went to the nvidia website...

    Thanks everybody. I went to the nvidia website and downloaded the linux file and ran it from the prompt on my backtrack machine and when I started X it worked!
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    Backtrack 3 screen problem

    I installed backtrack 3 to my HD using the shell when in live mode.
    I also have Windows and Ubuntu installed.

    Here's what my grub looks like



    title Backtrack 3
    rootnoverify (hd0, 2)...
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    How would I go about trying to set it up? What...

    How would I go about trying to set it up?

    What about having the computer go into standby when I close the lid? Can I do that?
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    Touchpad Scrolling Backtrack 3

    Is there a way to enable touchpad scrolling on my Backtrack 3 installation.I can't scroll using the touchpad.
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    Add Programs to Live Boot

    I have a live version of Backtrack 3 running and I was wondering if I can add programs to it like OpenOffice and have them installed on the live version permanently. Like embed them in a sense.
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    I don't know if you read the thread or not but if...

    I don't know if you read the thread or not but if you did you would know that I followed these directions as far as getting backtrack installed. I copied the files just like it told me to and without...
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    Now I get Error 11: Unrecognised device string ...

    Now I get Error 11: Unrecognised device string

    This is my current grub
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    Well I decided that I want to quad boot XP Win7...

    Well I decided that I want to quad boot XP Win7 UBUNTU and Backtrack 3 so I have everything basically set up.

    I can boot into Ubuntu and Windows XP/7 fine. I can also edit the grub bootloader.
    ...
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    I figured the best idea would be to make it easy...

    I figured the best idea would be to make it easy by deleting all partitions except for the XP partition. So I do that via partition magic and I'm left with my Main XP drive and a bunch of...
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    I have installed Ubuntu a few times, but it does...

    I have installed Ubuntu a few times, but it does come with an installer unlike Backtrack 3.

    On a side note I was doing some searching last night/morning and found this:...
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    This is not my first time. I have played around...

    This is not my first time. I have played around with Ubuntu a little bit as well as Backtrack 3.
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    Please do.

    Please do.
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    I did find this: ...

    I did find this:

    http//backtrack.offensive-security.com/index.php?title=Howto#Live_install.2C_dual_boot_from_grub

    However I still don't know how to format the hard drive or how to configure...
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    I have seen that thread. But it assumes I have a...

    I have seen that thread. But it assumes I have a clean hard drive. I don't. I have two versions of Windows installed on it.



    I really do recommend you use a virtual environment to help you...
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    I just looked at grub and it seems to be quite...

    I just looked at grub and it seems to be quite complex.
    Here's what I got.
    I have 4 partitons on my hard drive:
    (hd0, 0) Windows XP
    (hd0, 1) Windows 7 (beta)
    (hd0, 2) Nothing yet (Maybe OSX...
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    Why do I have to replace the windows bootloader...

    Why do I have to replace the windows bootloader with a linux one? Why can't I just use the windows bootloader?
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    Phoneywar, That sounds like it's what I'm...

    Phoneywar,
    That sounds like it's what I'm looking for. I'm getting a new hard drive today for this computer so I don't mind messing with this one to try to make it work and to work out the kinks. ...
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    Ok so I don't want to boot from a USB drive. I...

    Ok so I don't want to boot from a USB drive. I can do that. I want to have a small partition of my hard drive that I can boot backtrack 3 from as if it were a USB drive. I don't want it to save...
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    How do I setup my bootloader and make the...

    How do I setup my bootloader and make the partition bootable?
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    Well I don't want them running on a virtual...

    Well I don't want them running on a virtual machine. I have XP and Windows 7 on my computer already and when I boot I can choose between them. I want to have another option for Backtrack 3. How would...
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    Download the USB image. Burn it to a CD or mount...

    Download the USB image.
    Burn it to a CD or mount it.
    Copy the files to a blank USB.
    Open the "Boot" folder and run the "bootinst" file.
    That's it, your done.
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