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    Default Re: "installation.sh" stays on desktop.

    Quote Originally Posted by pureh@te View Post
    That script is just something we made to call up the installer. There is nothing to make it delete it self after a install so of course it will be there after a install. Just delete it or move it somewhere else.
    This is exactly what I was looking for.

    Cheers!

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    Default Re: "installation.sh" stays on desktop.

    You can also run up your console and simply rename the "install.sh" file to a hidden file (note the dot), which won't be displayed on the desktop by default, with:

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    bash# mv /root/install.sh /root/.install.sh
    Have fun!

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    Default Re: "installation.sh" stays on desktop.

    Quote Originally Posted by btuser View Post
    You can also run up your console and simply rename the "install.sh" file to a hidden file (note the dot), which won't be displayed on the desktop by default, with:
    Code:
    bash# mv /root/install.sh /root/.install.sh
    Or just select the file, hit F2 and add it.

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    Default Install.sh is on my desktop?

    Hello

    I have installed backtrack 4 on my vista for dual boot but on my desktop there is a file called Install.sh?
    Can i delete this? I have already installed backtrack.

    Or do i need to run this again?

    thanks

    Big Mike

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    Default Re: Install.sh is on my desktop?

    Just delete it.. To quote Purehate from another thread: "That script is just something we made to call up the installer. There is nothing to make it delete it self after a install so of course it will be there after a install. Just delete it or move it somewhere else"

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    Default Re: Install.sh is on my desktop?

    Its been answered before, a simple search could have told you the answer.

    But you can delete if you so wish

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    Default Re: Install.sh is on my desktop?

    This has been answered here before in the forums. Just delete it, as it is no longer needed after you install BT4.

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    Default Re: Install.sh is on my desktop?

    Quote Originally Posted by Big_Mike View Post
    Hello

    I have installed backtrack 4 on my vista for dual boot but on my desktop there is a file called Install.sh?
    Can i delete this? I have already installed backtrack.

    Or do i need to run this again?

    thanks

    Big Mike
    Merged with the other said thread.
    OP Do use the search function.

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