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  1. Re: Can a Virtual Machine OS Be Used Unlike a Bootable Disk Permanently?

    Yea, you just install it in a vm like you would on a real computer.
  2. Re: I am trying to put backtrack 5 r3 on my Aluminum Powerbook g4 15" 1.5ghz

    G4? Uhh, no. It's not going to work. Need an Intel processor Macbook, and even then, you'd have problems.
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    Re: Update GNOME 2 to GNOME 3

    Wow, you're the first person I've ever seen say they like gnome 3 over 2!
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    Re: Find the name of a PC accessing a network.

    If the access point is just an access point, not really. If it's the router, then maybe. Some routers will get the hostname of the machines, some won't. Also some machines won't tell the router...
  5. Discussioni: how do i crack wpa2?

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    Re: how do i crack wpa2?

    My suggestion? That search block in the upper right of the forum. This has been answered here at least a dozen times. Failing that, Google has 465,000 answers as well.
  6. Discussioni: Is this forum dying?

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    Re: Is this forum dying?

    We already have a place for basic linux questions. :cool:
  7. Discussioni: Is this forum dying?

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    Re: Is this forum dying?

    I've been trying to get the mods to put a flashing banner at the top of the page that says "Use the Search Button!" for years.... ;)
  8. Discussioni: Is this forum dying?

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    Re: Is this forum dying?

    I'm not saying drive them out. Just make them use the damn search button.
  9. Discussioni: Is this forum dying?

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    Re: Is this forum dying?

    If noobs would use the search button first, it wouldn't be as big a deal. I still see the same questions asked that have been answered waaaaaaay back in the backtrack 2 days.
  10. Discussioni: Is this forum dying?

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    Re: Is this forum dying?

    Seems like every year or so "the test" is brought up. It's a good idea on paper, until you start to try to actually implement it. Which is why I've never seen a site try to use one. In the past...
  11. Discussioni: Is this forum dying?

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    Re: Is this forum dying?

    Yes, it is. Like you said, there used to be some really good posts here, now it's mostly just basic linux questions.
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    Re: Powerpoint Openoffice and beginner themes

    As far as I know, reinstall. It's not really a theme.
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    Re: Powerpoint Openoffice and beginner themes

    Mine shows up white. Did you change the theme?
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    Re: Powerpoint Openoffice and beginner themes

    You do know this is a pentesting distro, and not a beginners linux distro right?
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    Re: how to install backtrack in dual boot with 7?

    See the tab at the top of this very web site that says "How To"?? Yea, it's like the second how to. http://www.backtrack-linux.org/tutorials/dual-boot-install/
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    Re: How Connect to internet using a Dial-up USB Modem

    See if this helps, if it doesn't, I've no clue.

    http://ubuntuguide.net/dial-up-internet-access-with-a-usb-modem-in-ubuntu
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    Re: Medusa only testing the first password in a list

    nano or vi your password list to make sure the character returns aren't there. Editing password lists from windows will sometimes add them.
  18. Discussioni: BT 5 and onboard Wifi

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    Re: BT 5 and onboard Wifi

    What's real fun is when some laptops internal wifi card is actually a usb based wifi card! Then you get the arguments that "yes my internal wifi card does work with backtrack, you just like to screw...
  19. Re: Looking for a wifi radar which tells the direction of the frames of an AP is comi

    WiFiFoFum doesn't really tell you what direction the signal is coming from either. It's just guessing, and throwing the ssid's on the "radar" image based on signal strength. You'll never get a very...
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    Re: Pocket sized device running Backtrack?

    The closest you're going to get is the n900, but you're not going to install backtrack on it. You can get a lot of the apps in backtrack running on it though. You'll have to use an external wifi...
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    Re: Pocket sized device running Backtrack?

    The atrix doesn't run backtrack natively, and doesn't support injection.
  22. Discussioni: Reaver takes forever

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    Re: Reaver takes forever

    Actually it doesn't matter what the wpa passphrase is. You can make it a 64 completely random character password it it will still get it in about the same time as if it were "Bob", as long as the...
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    Re: How to detect which client generates most load?

    Not really. They could just be using an app that's really chatty on the network.
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    Re: How to detect which client generates most load?

    In a hotel environment it probably isn't one of the folks you're with. You're sharing the internet with everybody else in the hotel. You're not going to see traffic load with airodump, that's not...
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    Re: E: Type how to fix it???????

    The command should be ls /etc/apt/sources.list


    You really should have a better understanding of linux before messing with BackTrack.
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