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  1. Discussioni: unicornscan problem

    by dash1b
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    Re: unicornscan problem

    unicornscan should accept a CIDR address just fine.
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    Re: Backtrack 5R1 first review ,bugs & Fixes

    Another to add.

    5) If you attempt to run the unicornscan-pgsql-setup script from the menu, you get the following error:

    ./setup-unicornscan.sh: line 46:...
  3. Discussioni: ARM Distro

    by dash1b
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    Re: ARM Distro

    I'm using anantshri's shrunken version on my Viewsonic G Tab running Vegan 5.1 (froyo) ROM.

    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1074169
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    Re: Backtrack 5 ARM on Droid Incredible

    anantshri!!! nice work. Your build works OOTB for my Viewsonic G Tab running Vegan 5.1 (froyo).

    another link for good measure! here
  5. Unicornscan (with PostgreSQL and web front end) Install Script

    I've written an automated install script for Unicornscan compiled with PostgreSQL support and web front end files.

    It gives you a choice as to install using the existing...
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    Re: Unicornscan Missing from BT5 (and Repo)

    Securethoughts:

    I have written an install script that automates the download, compile, and install of Unicornscan with PostgreSQL support.
    The script does some necessary patching (library...
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    Re: Installing Compiz and Emerald in Backtrack.

    did you try the instructions here? http://www.backtrack-linux.org/forums/backtrack-howtos/29035-installing-compiz-emerald-backtrack-3.html#post184764
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    Re: Installing Compiz and Emerald in Backtrack.

    Can't answer definitively but if I had to guess, probably something about the kde3 version requiring updates to kde3 which might break some things in this distro.
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    Re: Installing Compiz and Emerald in Backtrack.

    Try this:

    1. remove all of the entries from /etc/rc.local

    2. add a simple bash script to your ~/.kde3/Autostart directory.


    root@bt~:# nano ~/.kde3/Autostart/start-compiz.sh
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    Also there is no need to physically disconnect...

    Also there is no need to physically disconnect and re-connect the USB device, the following commands will unload and re-load the driver for you...


    Don't forget to:

    ifconfig rausb0 down...
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