I do my research, I spend hours on the computer every day, I am currently looking at approx 40 open tabs, for various things, I have read the metaploit blog, which is why I updated my post saying I had tried svn switch, which is someting suggested further down the metasploit blog.
Using fast-track to update metasploit is not going to work when they have rerouted the DNS to localhost
Ok, maybe my post was too harsh, but I honestly think that some of you have forgotten what it is like to try and learn something from scratch, you really think I want to post a question on here, the way people get treated? Its a last resort, and the reason it gets so infuriatingly off putting is that you then get some response telling you to go elsewhere, or 'use the search' or you need to prove youve tried to find the answer yourself.
Ive even posted on here explaining that I am new, saying that I have done the WEP and WPA cracking, have run some exploits, am happy with the use of fast-track and metasploit, and then asked for suggestions on where to go from there regarding learning.....surprise, surprise I got flamed and ignored.
so, archangel, this 3 minutes of research, which you claim finds the answer on the metasploit blog, how do you redirect the inbuilt updater to the alternate address that metasploit are using, because the only thing in the blog is the svn switch, which I have already posted my result for.
Citruspers, why post on something you obviously dont know the answer for? Metasploit have rerouted the default update address to localhost, so using a different tool to run the same default update isnt going to do much, but well done for increasing your post count by 1 !!!!!
Barry, if everyone had to go to the forums where the experts for a particular tool were, then surely most of the posts on this forum are in the wrong place, how many posts are really about the actual USE of BT3 (not linux, because that is not covered here either) rather than about the use of the tools included with BT3?
Pureh@te, my original post contained the temp URL that metasploit are using, but thanks for putting me into such a good mood ;-)
ok, so rant over.... I guess that no one gives a flying **** anyway..... suppose I should join the crowd and groom the many 'real' BT3 posts asking indirectly about how to steal my neighbours broadband !!