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    Default Re: [>] Update Script for Backtrack 5.

    New Update released, use the function from the script this time.

    okay, the result same like before [>] No internet connectivity found, exiting
    Please write in here the statement you have changed....

    thanks,
    Try changing the host to be pinged to something you can ping ... it's a pretty weird issue.
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    Default Re: [>] Update Script for Backtrack 5.

    This is very timely... well done
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    Default Re: [>] Update Script for Backtrack 5.

    it confirmed furt1maggr3d10r has done some over tweaking too much lol

    Just to update that the script is perfect its nothing to do with the script ive gone through it and Ive reinstalled it on a test machine and in vmware and it as usually great work from sickness the OP over tweaked and has deleted files or messed with grub OP please give the output when your machine starts up

    Hey, All I know is I was excited to see the script, ran without issues per the instructions. Each one seemed to run without issue. I ran them individually but whatever. I finished with the the first, update / clean.
    All was still well. I shutdown, booted up in the morning and booted to a weird prompt. Looked around and /pentest was gone and wouldn't boot.
    you can fix this by booting from the usb and fixing grub on the harddrive

    regarding the no internet connection I have had this problem but it seems only to be with wifi when its on lan it runs flawless
    on wifi it works most of the time If i recall correctly increase the timeout in the script as when your connected on wifi it will sometimes take longer to go through and its not a physical connection and can sometime timeout


    GREAT WORK SICKNESS ITS TIMING AT ITS BEST the last bt4 r2 update script came out very late into the build

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    Default Re: [>] Update Script for Backtrack 5.

    I just made a fresh install of BT5 Gnome x32 in Virtualbox, manually made a apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade -y.
    After that, I downloaded the update-script, compiled it and updated all the programs.. I worked like a charm! It's a really nice update-script you made there..
    And as I told you on irc, the source code is really easy to read and change...
    Really an awesome job!

    //M00kaw

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    Default Re: [>] Update Script for Backtrack 5.

    dear sickness
    are about 3 days I have a problem on exploitdb update the script "crash" and time after reply:
    svn: Can not connect to host 'www.exploit-db.com': Connection timed out

    [>] Exploit-db updated successfully!
    is a problem of exploitdb site, or update-script?:
    sorry my bad english and many thanks for your job!

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    Default Re: [>] Update Script for Backtrack 5.

    To close the loop on this - Yes, the script is good, my Foo is bad...

    It is apparently a known issue with Ubuntu, one that I was hit with on BT 4. It was just the bad timing of everything.
    Anyway, I found this which sums it up and can help anyone in same boat. https://community.rapid7.com/message/1332#1332

    Cheers - Happy updating..

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    Default Re: [>] Update Script for Backtrack 5.

    Thank you, just tried script and works fine. keep up the good work. Maybe an installer for some tools like Pyrit. I know can be done manually, but would be a nice touch for some who wants tools like this.

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    Default Re: [>] Update Script for Backtrack 5.

    Quote Originally Posted by stdape77 View Post
    Thank you, just tried script and works fine. keep up the good work. Maybe an installer for some tools like Pyrit. I know can be done manually, but would be a nice touch for some who wants tools like this.
    That will have to wait a bit, I will be a bit busy a short period of time, after that sure why not.
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    Default Re: [>] Update Script for Backtrack 5.

    Much appreciation Sickness, you got skills. I will definitely be using this as a tool & a learning example of some fine scripting. Thx Man.

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    Default Re: [>] Update Script for Backtrack 5.

    works like a charm...

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