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    Default Any step by step HOw To: Install Back Track?

    Hello, im new in this forum, i searched but didnt find anything.
    My question is: Is here any step by step How to install Back Track tutorial??

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    http://forums.remote-exploit.org/sho...t=7844&page=14

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardcorecpp View Post
    hello, im new in this forum, i searched but didnt find anything.
    My question is: Is here any step by step how to install back track tutorial??

    Thank you very much!

    Best regards!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HardCoreCPP View Post
    Hello, im new in this forum, i searched but didnt find anything.
    My question is: Is here any step by step How to install Back Track tutorial??

    Thank you very much!

    Best regards!
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    To quote a WoW'ism "EPIC FAIL"
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    @OP:

    what do you want to use BT for? Do you think if you can't even find one of the many guides on the forum that you will be able to use the tools coming with it?
    Oh and the username/password is root/toor btw.
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    Default VFS: Cant find ext4 filesystem, Please newbie need help.

    VFS: Cant find ext4 filesystem on dev/hda3
    mount: you must specify the file system type.

    I followed tutorial from offensive-security bt4install.pdf

    and when i comes to : mount /dev/sda3 /mnt/bt/ i run into dead end.
    I dont know what to do next. I am backtrack newbie and please treat me like that.

    Anyone can help me and explain me what to do next?

    Thank you very much on help!

    EDIT: Ok i start to follow tutorial which is provided on this forum.
    I create 3 partitions, boot, swap, and root, i make a swap partition and i writed them with "W" command.
    After that i start to :
    bt~#mkdir /mnt/backtrack
    bt~#mount /dev/sda3 /mnt/backtrack/

    i write mkdir /mnt/backtrack
    than mount /dev/hda3 /mnt/backtrack where again i run into dead end, with error "mount : No such file or directory".
    I realy need some help here, beacouse i am new in whole this but yes until now i learn something, but this is to much for me. After i cr8 directory he tell me no such directory , damn lol.

    Notification: Im trying to install BT on Sun Microsystems VirtualBox

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    Quote Originally Posted by HardCoreCPP View Post
    VFS: I am backtrack newbie and please treat me like that.

    After that i start to :
    bt~#mkdir /mnt/backtrack
    bt~#mount /dev/sda3 /mnt/backtrack/

    i write mkdir /mnt/backtrack
    than mount /dev/hda3 /mnt/backtrack
    you *might* first want to consider determining whether your disk is hda3 or sda3; and try sticking with that determination throughout the remainder of the installation procedure. posting questions in the appropriate areas of the forums might be worth a thought or two in advance; as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HardCoreCPP View Post
    VFS: Cant find ext4 filesystem on dev/hda3
    mount: you must specify the file system type.

    I followed tutorial from offensive-security bt4install.pdf

    and when i comes to : mount /dev/sda3 /mnt/bt/ i run into dead end.
    I dont know what to do next. I am backtrack newbie and please treat me like that.

    Anyone can help me and explain me what to do next?

    Thank you very much on help!

    EDIT: Ok i start to follow tutorial which is provided on this forum.
    I create 3 partitions, boot, swap, and root, i make a swap partition and i writed them with "W" command.
    After that i start to :
    bt~#mkdir /mnt/backtrack
    bt~#mount /dev/sda3 /mnt/backtrack/

    i write mkdir /mnt/backtrack
    than mount /dev/hda3 /mnt/backtrack where again i run into dead end, with error "mount : No such file or directory".
    I realy need some help here, beacouse i am new in whole this but yes until now i learn something, but this is to much for me. After i cr8 directory he tell me no such directory , damn lol.

    Notification: Im trying to install BT on Sun Microsystems VirtualBox
    What happened to this thread you started on the same subject?
    http://forums.remote-exploit.org/showthread.php?t=21040
    If you can't bother to search then we really should not bother to help you.
    You first state that:
    VFS: Cant find ext4 filesystem on dev/hda3
    Then
    I followed tutorial from offensive-security bt4install.pdf
    I just checked again and there is nothing in that tutorial about ext4
    So maybe you should retry it.
    Then you state you have problems first with an hda then a sda
    Well those are generically two different drive types.
    You might want to find out what type you have.
    After you run fdisk or whatever you used to partition the drives you may need to reboot so that the drives can be synchronized.
    Generally if that is the case fdisk will mention it.
    Also you mentioned that; "but this is to much for me". If that is the case you might want to stick with something a bit easier for a while.
    BT is not going anywhere, and you would be better off learning a bit of linux basics first.
    Installation is only the beginning.
    To be successful here you should read all of the following.
    ForumRules
    ForumFAQ
    If you are new to Back|Track
    Back|Track Wiki
    Failure to do so will probably get your threads deleted or worse.

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