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    arcus
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    im running BT on my pen drive..how do I save changes i made to my pen drive so i dont have to make changes again and again each time i boot my BT on my pen drive? is it just the same with the command save2cd?

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    arcus
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    bump! anyone??

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    My life is this forum thorin's Avatar
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    Did you actually do a HD install on the Pen Drive or just a MySLAX Creator intsall from the image?

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    You may be looking for the "configsave" and "configrestore" commands.
    Unfortunately there is a small bug. I've provided some info about it here along with the fix I'm using.
    http://forums.remote-exploit.org/sho...4097#post24097

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    arcus
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    Quote Originally Posted by thorin View Post
    Did you actually do a HD install on the Pen Drive or just a MySLAX Creator intsall from the image?
    i did a Compress Install on my pen drive using backtrack installer.. MySlax Creator seems to not recognize the BT2Final iso..then i thought using the make_iso.bat provided but the bat seems not to worked ( invalid arguments ), then i make a new bat file according to BT2beta iso then it worked well to create the iso but the iso still is not recognized..dunno why..guess i digress from my topic is it still possible to make save to thumbdrive eventhough it is compressed version?

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    Arcus,
    I'm using a compressed install also. Try the following and let us know if it works out.

    Go to the link I provided above and get the "restoreFix.lzm" module.

    Place it on your thumbdrive in the "BT/modules/" directory.

    Reboot.

    You should see the "restoreFix.lzm" module being loaded.

    After you change a few things like your password or background image type "configsave". This should create the initial "slaxconf.mo" module on your thumbdrive.

    Reboot.

    After a message about "going multiuser" you should be prompted to hit a key to restore settings.

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    arcus
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    sorry for the late reply..i did like what u said..it seems like there's no problem when doing the configsave but somehow when i reboot BT, the save is gone..still no good..ne idea?

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