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Thread: install.sh script in BackTrak4

  1. #1
    Just burned his ISO
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    Default install.sh script in BackTrak4

    Hi,

    I installed BackTrack4 on VMWorkstation using the iso image.After installation the KDE had one file - install.sh. Trying to edit the file and see it's contents, the script did some installation on my system. It asked for timezone and keyboard map. It also asked me few questions about install from USB or disk. I do not know what got installed, but looked like it reinstalled BackTrak? Do we have more documents on what this script is about?

    Thanks!

  2. #2
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    honestly, look at the srcipt. It says "install.sh" Its going to install backtrack4. Every time you run it and complete the installation its going to install backtrack. Hence the name "INSTALL.sh"

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