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    Default Backtrack 3 final usb version booting

    Hello
    I've allready posted a thread about booting with backtrack with permanent changes but couldn't fix my problem.
    the ext2 partition appears as /dev/sda2 in qtparted.So I added in the syslinux.cfg the following
    changes=/dev/sda2
    so when I 'm booting from my usb i get the following error:

    setting up directory for changes
    /dev/sda2
    testing the filesystem for posix compability
    setup union directory (using aufs, with udba=none)
    mount :mounting aufs on union failed(aufs)
    something went wrong and we can't continue.This should never happen
    please reboot your computer with ctrl alt delete


    Is there something I did wrong?
    plz need help

    Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by atom heart View Post
    Hello
    I've allready posted a thread about booting with backtrack with permanent changes but couldn't fix my problem.
    the ext2 partition appears as /dev/sda2 in qtparted.So I added in the syslinux.cfg the following
    changes=/dev/sda2
    so when I 'm booting from my usb i get the following error:

    setting up directory for changes
    /dev/sda2
    testing the filesystem for posix compability
    setup union directory (using aufs, with udba=none)
    mount :mounting aufs on union failed(aufs)
    something went wrong and we can't continue.This should never happen
    please reboot your computer with ctrl alt delete


    Is there something I did wrong?
    plz need help

    Thanks in advance
    A quick search on the part that I have highlighted would reveal the answer.

    Create a folder called changes on sda2

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    ok thanks for the reply i'll try it out and I send back

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