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    Default I posted the same thing twice to two different threads

    Hi, Im currently running backtrack 3 beta on my iMac using VMware Fusion. I was wondering if there is any way i can run the USB version on VMware Fusion. Any help would be wonderful.
    thanks!

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    Default backtrack USB on Vmware

    hi i have an iMac and currently running BT3 on VMware Fusion. I was wondering is there any way that i can run the USB version on VMware. Any help would be great. thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by flashdrive View Post
    Hi, Im currently running backtrack 3 beta on my iMac using VMware Fusion. I was wondering if there is any way i can run the USB version on VMware Fusion. Any help would be wonderful.
    thanks!
    Quote Originally Posted by flashdrive View Post
    hi i have an iMac and currently running BT3 on VMware Fusion. I was wondering is there any way that i can run the USB version on VMware. Any help would be great. thanks!
    flashdrive,

    Welcome to remote exploit forums. There is absolutely no need to post the same question to two different threads. This is known as double posting, and is a violation of the forum rules. As you are new, I will consider this one a warning and kindly ask you to read the forum rules before you post again.

    Have a nice day!
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    Have you attempted to run the USB version on your VM?

    *Can't post links*

    Try Google "balding parrot swap" :should be your first result. I used this method to create by BT3 install including swap and persistant changes. Should be easy to follow even if your unfamiliar with nix.

    Get a USB install set up and try it in your VM.

    I'm rooting for ya!

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    Quote Originally Posted by haqthat View Post
    Have you attempted to run the USB version on your VM?
    *Can't post links*
    Try hxxp next time instead of http when you want to post a link.
    Try Google "balding parrot swap" :should be your first result. !
    This what ya mean?
    http://forums.remote-exploit.org/showthread.php?t=7844
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    That's the one!

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