When I boot backtrack 3 from the live cd I get a set of errors, corrupt downloads, etc:
Code:/base/bin.lzm /base/changes.lzm Cannot read module data. corrupted download? /base/home.lzm Cannot read mofule data. corrupted download? /base/opt.lzm /base/pentest.lzm Cannot read module data. corrupted download? /base/sbin.lzm /base/usr.lzm Cannot read module data. corrupted download? copying content of rootcopy directory copying liblinuxlive library to union cp: cannot stat 'union/usr/lib/': Not a directory * creating /etc/fstab /linuxrc: line 188: cannot create union/etc/fstab: nonexistent directory *changing root directory... linux live end, starting the Linux distribution /linuxrc: exec: line 252: /usr/bin/chroot: not found
Should I redownload bt3-final.iso? Should I download it from a torrent site? Or do I follow your direction instead? I burnt two of the discs at a speed of 10.0x. The first cd worked for about a month until the follow problem occured.
If the file on the other hand appears to be uncorrupted I would advice you to burn a new CD, and possibly using an even lower speed. As a CD is an optical media it is possible that your disc has suffered some damage and that this is the reason that it will no longer boot correctly.
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Nvm, reburned the cd. Got it working. Thanks for the help.
I am having the same problem, same errors. I re-loaded and re burned about 10 CDs and still get the same errors. It appears its trying to find data ina directory that does not exist. Any help/advice would be much appreciated.
Stuck In BT3
Thanks for the reply. I am unsure how to check the MD5 but I should be able to figure it out. How do I know if it correct or not? Is there an offical checksum noted somewhere?
PS- I'm kinda new at this.