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    Re: "Persistent" USB not exactly persistent

    I'm 100% certain the problem is not the card - The issue is that the persistent USB is not saving changes made to certain config files. Playing around with it some more, I've also found out that it...
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    Re: AW: Re: Master Default Password List

    What's to upload? Find the vendor (Let's say Linksys), find the product (Let's say WRT54G) and you see the default login creds are admin/admin.
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    Sticky: Re: Official hello thread

    Actually registered about a year ago but now that I have time, I might as well say: Hello! :)
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    Re: problem finding interface with tplink

    Followed by
    dmesg | tail.
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    Re: |Help| How to make Dual-boot running from USB?

    If you install BackTrack on a USB via UNetBootin it'll do it by itself. You can also follow the guide to create a persistent Live USB if you want.

    Both options leave your Win partition intact.
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    "Persistent" USB not exactly persistent

    I've made made R2 persistent USB - It works. I can create files/folders/etc, save them, reboot and they're there. So persistence is not an issue. However, my xorg.conf file is not saved between...
  7. Re: when "/etc/init.d/networking start" it just says that "no such device"

    Is your networking device even connected/identified? Did you check dmesg?
  8. Discussioni: Backtrack 64 bit?

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    Re: Backtrack 64 bit?

    Thanks for the replies everyone. I checked and I do get ~3.5GB utilized so it's not that big a loss... I've looked around at recompiling a 64bit kernel and it seems like too much of a hassle,...
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    Backtrack 64 bit?

    A seemingly-simple question but I can't find the answer: I have 4GB of RAM on my laptop. Is there a way to work with it or is BT 32-bit only?
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