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    Default How to open a new Window to finish commands

    Hey Guys

    I'm just having a little problem completing my wireless pass cracking..Though I don't know how to open up a new window ,,
    you know .. some steps and commands to crack a password require completing work in a new window

    I downloaded the program here from the site , so .. Trusted source and download

    BT5 R1 Gnome burnt it on a DVD and Booted Successfully
    but .. no mouse and no options seem to appear at the top of the windows
    and I don't Know if there's a command , or a keyboard shortcut to open a new window

    How can i do that ? or is there a way or an option to choose to let the mouse or the options at the top appeare
    or is there another way like a keyboard shortcut or a command to open a new window

    sorry for talking too much
    I hope you can help me sonn though the program is running on the laptop

    Thanks in advance

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    Default Re: How to open a new Window to finish commands

    I really don't understand your issue, have you started the GUI ?
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    Default Re: How to open a new Window to finish commands

    Have you run: startx to get the gui?

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    Default Re: How to open a new Window to finish commands

    U got it right sickn3ss......Back|track giving machine guns to monkeys since 2007 !

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