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    Default init: illegal runlevel (null)

    So, I followed this instuction building-perfect-backtrack-4-usb-thumb.html from powercram.com to make a bt4 usb stick that keeps stuff I install.
    I ended up at the lines before "Install Nessus" where I wanted to boot from the stick (I don't need nessus or crypted stuff, so I'd leave that out) but if I boot I receive the error
    init: illegal runlevel (null)
    now, I tried to search for files that set the init runlevel to find out what's wrong but I failed D:
    what can I do?
    Is there a solution for this problem? Is there a better solution to keep installed programs on my usb bt4?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gachl View Post
    So, I followed this instuction building-perfect-backtrack-4-usb-thumb.html from powercram.com to make a bt4 usb stick that keeps stuff I install.
    I ended up at the lines before "Install Nessus" where I wanted to boot from the stick (I don't need nessus or crypted stuff, so I'd leave that out) but if I boot I receive the error
    init: illegal runlevel (null)
    now, I tried to search for files that set the init runlevel to find out what's wrong but I failed D:
    what can I do?
    Is there a solution for this problem? Is there a better solution to keep installed programs on my usb bt4?
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