hey i have burn the iso image on a WR-CD and every time i change something like the screenshot and then restart it, all my changes are gone.....any ideas????/
hey man no one say anything about saving the configuration files on the cd i ask how to save changes...i dont care if it is on desktop or usb or anywhere else...understund????
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man look in the first post i say that every time i restart my pc all changes are gone....i didnt say nothing about saving the configuration files anywhere i just say how can i save them...
ya your working from a live cd.. use the search button and read up on a HDD or USB install than you will be able to save your changeshey i have burn the iso image on a WR-CD and every time i change something like the screenshot and then restart it, all my changes are gone.....any ideas????/
You have to have a device to save changes .. usb hdd , flash drive , etc , etc .. If you want to run the live cd and save your changes you have to have a partition formatted as ext2 . in that partition you have to make a changes folder (X:changes) then reboot and run the cd.. when the menu comes up you have to add this at the end of the Kernel line and before the Autoexec command add "changes=/dev/sdaX rw" where X is the drive where you made the ext2 partition with the changes folder.. Everytime you boot without installing to a hdd your going to have to modify the boot loader and have that partition connected .
Almost like cooking a ROM for a cell phone. Or is this method frowned upon?
In the end I just saved to my USB drive, but the idea is still interesting.
HP zv6000 (with crappy built in Broadcom wireless chipset)
Negear WG511T with Atheros chipset (works with BT3)
256MB USB stick
Actually, I would like to know a bit about this stuff too. I am not sure if this is anything like the original question of the post, but I hope through my question I can contribute in some fashion.
I would like to know how to save files, or run files. Necessarily without having to install backtrack, yet I would like to access my USB drive, and run my python, perl, (list goes on) files from there. At the same token save to it too.
I hope this makes sense. In other words, I have my bt3 running from a ISO, and a thumbdrive filled with files.
I guess the question is, is it possible to read and write to the usb, without having to install bt3 itself, if so, what would be the appropriate steps to this answer?
I would like to thank everyone in advanced for their most expedient response to my question.