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    Quote Originally Posted by archangel.amael View Post
    No offense to you SunSpyda, but if one hasn't changed the default password, (especially w/ some sort of install)then they really do need to read a bit more about security.
    I was thinking of the Live CD, which uses 'toor' as the default password.

    But you're right, if anyone used such a password on an installed OS, that would just be stupid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drakoth777 View Post
    your /etc/X11/xorg.conf needs some tweaking, post up your xorg.conf.
    How can i save the xorg.conf log file into the USB Stick? any?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpenzeR View Post
    How can i save the xorg.conf log file into the USB Stick? any?
    • mount the USB stick
    • copy the file
    • unmount the USB stick


    Oh and best is to use something like pastebin to post the contents if it is too big.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KMDave View Post
    • mount the USB stick
    • copy the file
    • unmount the USB stick


    Oh and best is to use something like pastebin to post the contents if it is too big.
    I completely not understand what you mean.. there is a command for it? like those

    cat /var/log/Xorg.0.log > /mnt/usbflash/xlog

    cat /etc/X11/xorg.conf > /mnt /usbflash/xconf

    Or

    another solution?

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    make sure your usb is mounted, it won't be if the usb wasn't plugged in before bootup, if it isn't do this:

    cd /mnt
    ls
    #if there is no sdb1,sdc1,sdd1, or sde1
    #then
    mkdir sdb1
    mount -t /dev/sdb1 /mnt/sdb1 #if that doesn't work, then try
    mkdir sdc1
    mount -t /dev/sdc1 /mnt/sdc1 #if that doesn't work, then do sdd1 or sde1 ,etc, I'm sure there's an easier way to see which device the usb is tied to, but I don't know how yet, so just do that
    then do(replace the sdb1 with the correct one)

    cat /etc/X11/xorg.conf > /mnt/sdb1/xorg.txt
    umount /mnt/sdb1

    then post it up here

    p.s. READ THE SLACKBOOK, google is your friend

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpenzeR View Post
    I completely not understand what you mean.. there is a command for it? like those

    cat /var/log/Xorg.0.log > /mnt/usbflash/xlog

    cat /etc/X11/xorg.conf > /mnt /usbflash/xconf

    Or

    another solution?
    If you don't know what mount even means or how to do it I'd recommend you to get your linux basics together before even thinking about using BT. It is not meant for Linux beginners to learn on how it works.
    What is your intention of using BT?
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    I recently had the exact same problem from both my usb and my live cd trying to run bt3.
    I downloaded bt4 beta and made a live cd and it worked flawlessly.
    Then made a USB version using UNetbootin and been working fine ever since.

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