Thanks for your comment, its always nice to hear something positive about workOriginally Posted by n3Cre0
I think that all of the pictures are very well. I'm waiting for the the version 2.0....
(excuse my poor english)
*update to KDE 3.5.5
*maybe wait for the final 2.6.19 kernel then use it on the final b|t 2.0 version
*maybe wait for the final firefox 2.0 then use it on the final b|t 2.0 version
no that is not what i want. config save saves config, which i can acheive by rebuilding the modules. also configsave saves the files into squash fs which is useless if i want to open a particular text file in windows.Originally Posted by CurioCT
i am talking about transfering hashes, packets, etc. which do not write to the stick you boot from or the floppy drive (the files are in the folder but do not exist on the disk after proper dismount).
Shadz - you win - if it was you who made them
=] Nice job
I know I'll be probably get flamed for this but why don't use GRUB for booting up bt² instead of lilo?
erm the fat area of the stick is mounted by default? and if not you can manually mount it? and save files (though configsave will save them to a .mo if they are in the root folder?)Originally Posted by lalalanrus
so I maybe I am not understanding what you are saying but I've never had any issue with this in B|T not got B|T2 on a usb device as yet admittedly`
Windows 95 :-
"32-bit extensions and a graphical shell for a 16-bit patch to an 8-bit operating system originally coded for a 4-bit microprocessor, written by a 2-bit company that can't stand 1-bit of competition".
Backtrack is awesome, keep up the good work.
If possible i would love to see the tool "strikeout" included. http://lcamtuf.coredump.cx/strikeout/
Not sure if there is any licensing stuff or not but it would be a nice add on for me since i prefer to use live cd's and not install everything