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Thread: BackTrack v.2.0 Final Released!

  1. #21
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    Default Fantastic guys !

    Just got it. Glad to see everything works out of the box. The long hours of work on the beta really paid off.

    Thanks

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    Default Hot Damn

    Well, downloaded 2, and installed onto flash, and I have to say, it is EXCELLENT! all the wifi problems in one are fixed, and its still the best most powerful easy to install flash distro out there......not to mention the sexiest

    Just had to say thanks for the excellent work guys....! how you gonna top this one??

    cheers

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    Excellent Work ...

    Cheers
    Eddy.

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    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by thorin View Post
    Anyone know what "bt2-usb-final.tar.gz" is on the ftp site?
    I've got the same question... but i think that is for USB WiFi Sticks?

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    Default ahhh

    just excellent

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    Default

    Great job guys,
    For some reason, my download were corrupted for a period, though.

    I downloaded it from my main rig, from my laptop and from my parent's PC (200 miles away) and all three had bad MD5 checksum errors.

    However, I just downloaded it again the other day and it worked fine.


    Great work, much improved over the beta in start time and included features.

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    Smile

    This is the first Linux distro I've ever tried to use, so naturally I was just a bit nervous.

    BUT, BT installed as a dual-boot with W2K (I'm not ready to completely cut the cord yet) on a used Presario 1200. It even accepts an Intellinet card with no complaints. For people who have to buy their own gear, you guys are a lifesaver.I've obviously missed the boat with winbloze all these years.

    Thank you, thank you, thank you

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    Default Adding Modules using MySlax Creator

    I so really love the new back track!

    Anyone having this problem.... I am tring to add modules thru MySlax creator to the Live CD and it will not recognize it as an ISO that it will work on.

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    Default

    well i currently developing new usb installer for windows with module add maybe .... internationalisation project of this installer is near to be beta

    no it's due to the fact the BT2 is not in the same structure than BT1 and BT2beta Myslax use MO module format and BT2 use LZM(new slax6 format)

    wait wait wait..... IM WORKING ON IT
    ......
    Watch your back, your packetz will belong to me soon... xD

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    Giving Machine Guns to Monkeys since 2006

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    Default Awesome

    This is some great stuff once you get to know it.
    Thanks for all your hard work!!!

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