Ok so if I got this correct you followed a tutorial for an sd card but instead used a usb? Now after following this tutorial your install does not work?
Originally Posted by jesusowns
And you want to do this again but this time not create any partitions?
If you want to change the resolution then you need to edit the syslinux.cfg file. This is found in
2) after booting BT3 and loading how do i change the resolution because i right click on the desktop and go to display but as soon as i do that the "OK" and "Cancel" buttons go off screen and i can't press ok after changing the res to make it change, so what to do?
So you will need to use an editor for this.
Then navigate to the section that contains your "with changes" and change the resolution from vga=0x317 to vga=0x31
Make any other changes you want to and then ctrl-x to exit, y to save, and enter to save it under the same name.
Then you can reboot.
Yes the auditor cd came from some of the same dev's as Back Track, however it is old and mostly outdated. Not to mention that you will probably have a hard time finding support for it here. It's probably not going to work on the eeepc.
3) i've started using my eeepc more and so i turned on my 1TB external HD to look for things and i found the Auditor live cd and im assuming that it has something to do with you guys because if you load it on a cd drive instead of booting it you get a internal webpage with a link to come here. Anyway i want to get the live cd bootable on my sd or usb for the eee, so what to do?
Slow down buddy this is like one giant sentence and it is hard to follow.
4) does the "Install Backtrack (NOT TESTED!) function going to work if i do it, now it may seem stupid to ask if it works if its hasn't been tested but i think that BT3 has been out a while now and someone must of tested it, unless im wrong and came out last week lol. because i don't want to ruin the solid state HD because i couldn't be bothered to buy a usb cd drive and had to figure out how to install xp using the sd instead which didn't take that look but the actual installing of xp using a sd instead of the cd takes so long and i don't want to do it again, so what to do?
As for the installer there is a tutorial on using bt3 beta and the eeepc here.
In that thread there is also information on installing bt to the actual internal eepc sd card.
Look I hope the above information helps you out. If not then please post again with more detailed information of what you are trying to do.
Thanks in Advanced.
And please use a little more punctuation, this will help me and others to help you.