on which medium/device BackTrack 3 will be performed at its best?
I have BackTrack 3 on a CD but i'm thinking about installing it on my harddrive.
What's your opinion where BackTrack have to be?
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Installing on a usb drive or hard drive will certainly increase its responsiveness. USB vs HD: it depends on the speed of the hard drive etc. I don't believe there would be a vast noticeable difference. Unless you were say writing a huge amount of data. Then a hard drive should technically be quicker. Personally I went with a real install on a hard drive.
In my opinion a USB stick is the best chose, cause you can write on it, update the system/kernerl, installing new software and so on.
My biggest apprehension is, that if i install backtrack on my harddrive, the mbr will be destroyed, or is my point of view wrong?
The situation is following:
I have a new notebook with windows vista , but i will run a linux distribution (backtrack and maybe something else) too.
But it feels to me dangerous if i install linux an the new notebook isn't new more, you know
Thank you very much for supporting me