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    Default Backtrack persistent usb clone

    Hi, i have a persistent usb of backtrack 4 running fine with kernel updated, my wifi drivers, etc...
    what i want is to do a "exact" copy of my usb that has backtrack 4 ... so if in the future i mess up something i'm able to "restore" it back to 'new'.

    How is this possible ?

    thanks in advanced

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    Plug your USB stick with BT on it into another machine running Linux and then use dd to create an image of it on that machine.
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    Clonezilla works well

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