Use MySLAXCreator and root copy functionality.
I have a kismet.config file and i want to add it to the backtrack 2 live cd iso.
I open the iso with ultra iso but i can't find the file to replace it.
I foun only a usr.lmz file and i can't go more inside.
The site is down and i search and found v1.4.1 but when i mount the iso i get this error:
bt2final.iso doesn't seems to be a SLAX ISO image or one of his derivatives.
By the way i press next and i see that is possible to add some modules and not just a simple file like kismet.config.
I know i am a newbie.
you can use magiciso...there you can add any file you want. save this new iso and then burn it.
Magic iso it doesn't work it's the same like Ultra iso.
hmm...oh, well...magic iso works for me...
Use isomaster on bt.
Copy the file to BT/rootcopy/usr/local/etc/kismet.conf. You will probably have to create the directories.
No it is not compatible with the newest BT release. BUT having an ordinary iso program will grant you access to the dir, and from there adding modules will be quite easy.
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