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    Default How to install backtrack 3 kernel sources

    This question comes up like 10 times a week so from now on we will direct people here.....

    bt~#wget http://www.offensive-security.com/kernel.lzm
    bt~#lzm2dir kernel.lzm /

    Its very easy......

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    I think it comes up or a problem related to it enough for it to be stickied.
    I know you would never sticky it yourself, so I did it for you

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    Can i use this also for Backtrack 3 final USB-Version?

    Bye

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    Quote Originally Posted by bogue View Post
    Can i use this also for Backtrack 3 final USB-Version?

    Bye
    No need to, the kernel sources are included in the USB version by default.
    -Monkeys are like nature's humans.

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    Yea thanks, i thought this is a auto update kernel.
    I need to update the kernel of the usb Version and im a linux newbie, so i don't know how to make it. Can i follow this tutorial faqs.org/docs/lnag/lnag_kernel_upgrade.html ???

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    How to use that "patch-2.6.28.bz2"? im new linux user

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