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    Default How to add a file to the ISO.

    Hi

    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.


    Please help.

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    Use MySLAXCreator and root copy functionality.

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    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.

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    you can use magiciso...there you can add any file you want. save this new iso and then burn it.

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    Magic iso it doesn't work it's the same like Ultra iso.

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    hmm...oh, well...magic iso works for me...

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    Use isomaster on bt.

    Copy the file to BT/rootcopy/usr/local/etc/kismet.conf. You will probably have to create the directories.

    Have Fun

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    http://myslax.bonsonno.org/

    Seems to be back up.

    Though a few other threads seem to indicate that it's not yet compatible with the version of SLAX BT uses

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    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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    Quote Originally Posted by ASTRAPI View Post
    Hi


    Please help.

    I use magiciso to add files to iso file without any problem.

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