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    Re: Shutdown/poweroff/reboot problems

    it's not a problem per say, I was just curious why grub was different between the two OS' and how the computer decides between the two. Computer works fine though.

    Do you really want me to post...
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    Re: Shutdown/poweroff/reboot problems

    I use 'halt', but then again 'reboot' works just fine for me.



    What exactly are you meaning by that? You're booting into BT4 and then making a liveUSB of BT5 each time?

    If so, maybe try...
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    Re: change boot default to windows

    There's one thing I never understood about grub, I mean, I understand how to edit it and such. It's just that I have MINT and BT5 installed on my netbook. I edited the MINT grub to how I needed it,...
  4. Discussioni: Edit the login screen

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    Re: Edit the login screen

    true, but idk, was still curious how to do so. now I do. :D
  5. Discussioni: Edit the login screen

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    Re: Edit the login screen

    @gunrunr: I don't want the user/password hints and startx on there. So if someone in my household gets on there, they won't know what to do. ;)

    @2901119: dude, you rock. thank you. :D
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    Tor is installed, but not working.

    BT5 32bit gnome on HDD

    I followed the instructions on this page verbatim:
    http://www.backtrack-linux.org/forums/backtrack-5-beginners-section/41231-tor.html
    I would post to the above thread, but...
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    Re: Edit the login screen

    Ok, I found that the file is /var/run/motd, but if I edit/save it, the next time I reboot it goes back to default. BT5 is installed on my netbook. It's NOT on a liveUSB, so it should keep the...
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    "Could not connect to wicd's D-Bus interface" error

    I have a HDD install of BT5 gnome (32bit). When I boot into the GUI everything is fine, but when I open the Wicd Network Manager I get a "could not connect to wicd's d-bus interface. check the wicd...
  9. Discussioni: Edit the login screen

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    Edit the login screen

    When you boot into BT5 (regardless of whether it's on a HD or thumb drive), you get the message stating that the default user/pass is root and toor. Is there a txt file within the file system that...
  10. Discussioni: Space required?

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    Re: Space required?

    Really? A compressed file can be extracted that much? I always thought that when you compress a file (or group of files) the ratio is pretty low, not 4:1. I guess iso's are awesome. No wonder...
  11. Discussioni: Space required?

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    Space required?

    I partitioned 8GB on my netbook hard drive for backtrack 4 Final. After installing BT4, I deleted some files off of an external hard drive and all of a sudden I get a "running low on disk space"...
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    bypass wifi network "security" scan

    Hey everyone, I'm new to backtrack and relatively new to linux. So bare with me if I might overlook the obvious. But my question seems that it may be more than just a beginner question, regardless...
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    Re: Am I missing something in the how to?

    Hmmm, ok. Thank you. :)

    Why do you have to do that though? Fedora and Ubuntu don't require you to type startx, they just hop right into the GUI.
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    Am I missing something in the how to?

    So for the longest time I've been hearing awesome things about Linux, recently used it a little at school (fedora).

    Anyway, I read the how to install onto USB using Unetbootin. Followed all the...
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