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    Default BT4 in a USB

    Hi all!

    Its a superbegginer question... its going to take you just 30 seconds to answers me...

    I downloaded the bt4 vm version, for USB. how can i make it work now? just unzipping the files and saving them in the pen drive? im doing it in this way, and its not working...

    Thanks a sorry for such a stupid question. Im sure its bloody easy to do, but... im not able

    Cheers.

    Kiko

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    Default Re: BT4 in a USB

    Quote Originally Posted by kikolo View Post
    Hi all!

    Its a superbegginer question... its going to take you just 30 seconds to answers me...

    I downloaded the bt4 vm version, for USB. how can i make it work now? just unzipping the files and saving them in the pen drive? im doing it in this way, and its not working...

    Thanks a sorry for such a stupid question. Im sure its bloody easy to do, but... im not able

    Cheers.

    Kiko
    The vm version is for running in vmware.

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    Default Re: BT4 in a USB

    Do you want it just to boot into BT or do you want a persistent install?
    Common Knowledge: Username, "root". Password, "toor". "startx" gives you a GUI, and "fix-vesa" will fix BT if you have no GUI. Start networking with "/etc/init.d/networking start" and check your IP settings with "ifconfig -a". "dhclient" will automatically use DHCP for your IP. Google is your friend.

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    Default Re: BT4 in a USB

    There are lots of tutorials about installing BT4 to USB. The question the OP posted shows not only a lack of linux knowledge but also a lack of computer general knowledge. My advice to OP is to stop tampering with things that are way over his head.
    This is not a 'h4x0r 31337' distro, there's no big shiny "h4x0r i7 n0wz" button and people may stop answering you if you post more questions like this. So, search before you post.

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