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    Default from hdd back to usb

    hi all,

    i was wondering if anyone can help me with wrapping my updated hdd install back into an image that can be put back onto usb stick?

    i have updated a number of essestial like kde 4 and would like to place this back onto a bootable usb pendrive....

    i've searched google and here but these don't seem to be a simple solution ie a script that will take care of the hard work.

    thanks

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    thre's no simple way, you need to build modules and pack them as lzm. Wiki will tell you more on building modules

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    Gromeo is right. You need to dir2lzm each of the parent directories and then replace the original usb ones.

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    Default no worries

    so there is not change of running something like this http://www.slackware.com/~alien/tool..._slackboots.sh then.

    i thought replacing kde would be diffrent than just creating the bin.lzm, usr.lzm files..

    i will give it a go, oh for anyone thats intrested suns virtual box works a treat under backtrack 3

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