How to put 2 operation systems in a usb? like backtrack and wifislax in the same usb?
I read about gurb but some BIOS not support it. Which is a good method, not VMWARE.
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I've been googling around trying to find an upto date tut on it, really wanting to combine Ophcrack and BackTrack3.
Have been looking at UNetbootin, haven't had time yet to try it out but will do when I get my hands on a new USB drive.
That actualy sounds like I might be able to handle it !
Thanks, will revert with success or failure after getting new USB, darn things I have here are too small..
Hmm, guess I was wrong, can't handle it as easy as I thought I might be able to
Created bootable USB with UNetbootin then another with Ophcrack,moved the Opcrack OS folder to the 1st USB drive
and have tried various modifications of the syslinux.cfg.
It does not recognise the ophcrack parts and goes straight to BT.. darn.
I am not pointing it right somehow..
In your method, I imagine you manage to get a menu of sorts from which to choose which live distro you want to boot up ?
I realise this is not within the scope of BT, so if no further info can be given, well understood.
I will be flexing my google fu for a while on this one.. !
Thanks for that ! Saves me from killing myself trying to get it to work that way.
I intend to keep trying some way or another though, would be a handy thing to have.
if i use unebootin i download the usb image or the cd image of backtrack?
First, i use wingrub. please answer me.
wingrub or unebootin and then configure syslinux.cfg