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    Exclamation Bt4 repo??

    Hello to whoever is reading this ok now let me get to the point. First of all I've been an active member of the backtrack community for over a year now but there is one thing that I can't figure out and I have been debating on asking this. Now back in the day I was just able to add the backtrack Repo's to Ubuntu but know it's just not working and I can't figure out why then I thought you prolly changed them or something so I did some research and found the new ones and I put them in and nothing. Now the reason why I want the repo's in ubuntu to try pyrit to its fullest since backtrack is only 32bit and Ubuntu is 64bit.

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    Default Re: Bt4 repo??

    You don't need bt repo to do that. Download pyrit and install it on ubuntu 64.

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    Default Re: Bt4 repo??

    I'm pretty sure BackTrack is still based off Ubuntu 8.10, and you're most likely running a 9.X or 10.X version. This will also keep the repo from working. One more thing, this isn't supported by the BackTrack team and may break your current Ubuntu install.

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    Default Re: Bt4 repo??

    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    I'm pretty sure BackTrack is still based off Ubuntu 8.10, and you're most likely running a 9.X or 10.X version. This will also keep the repo from working. One more thing, this isn't supported by the BackTrack team and may break your current Ubuntu install.
    I thought about that too.

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    Default Re: Bt4 repo??

    It would be 1000 times easier to grab pyrits source and build it on a Ubuntu 64 bit box

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