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    Default BT rocks!

    Hello there,

    I like BT2 a lot.

    One feature request:

    Would it be to big a hassle to include Torpark besides FF2? I know there is no Linux version available atm, but it would be worthwhile to make one...

    BR
    zikarus

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    I Have a BT2 HD installation on my sata disk. What if the final version is released, is the installation upgradable or do I have to make a complete new installation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by damocles
    I Have a BT2 HD installation on my sata disk. What if the final version is released, is the installation upgradable or do I have to make a complete new installation?
    I believe if you just install without reformatting your disk, then your old files will only get over-written if they are of the same name of the new files from the final release. Your extra files in your home folder and all should stay in-tact, unless they have the same file name as the new file being installed, in which case it gets overwritten.

    Personally I'd just reformat the whole thing before intalling the final release.
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    Default madairsnarf

    I've made some alterations to airsnarf-0.2 included in BT2 to support VAP used in BT2 with the pacthed madwifi drivers for the atheros chipset.

    It basically allows the script to be run without as many modifications. i.e. setting the card into master mode - it also takes into account the directory structure of BT2 / Slackware such as the apache directory and shows an alternative way of killing the DHCPd deamon when changes have been made.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards
    Condalore

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    I am looking for a link to download the ISO - am I looking in the correct place in this forum? If not, could someone please direct me to it?

    Also I understand that BTv2.0 has been finalized; is that so, cos all I can find are links to the beta version.

    Thanks

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    I have found the page...duh...

    Sorry.

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    Wireshark 0.99.4 Released

    Wireshark 0.99.4 Release Notes:
    http://www.wireshark.org/docs/relnot...rk-0.99.4.html

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    Snort 2.6.1 Now Available! Steve Kane - November 16, 2006 17:05:58
    http://www.snort.org/pub-bin/snortnews.cgi#555/

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    Default hows about a section on Netware tool

    Netware is still used a lot so would be really cool if you had a section on Netware tools

    Also some good screensavers would be cool

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    Availability of Snort v2.6.1.1 Steve Kane - November 22, 2006 18:14:13
    http://www.snort.org/pub-bin/snortnews.cgi#561

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