2) Good work in the tutorial.
But in my case it helped me.
My card Nvidia Gforce FX5500 does not work well in BT5 r1.
One can only 720x576 resolution, thereby
occupies at most 1 / 4 of the monitor.
i've the similar old video-card and work-fine no cuda(NOT-SUPPORT)
download this driver from nvidia-site: http://www.nvidia.com/object/linux-d...31-driver.html
-save in /root
-exit from "x" (log .out)
-chmod +x "name complete of file.pkg1.run"
-sh "name complete of file.pkg1.run"
the first operation before is prepare-kernel-sources (look in the WIKI-backtrack)bye
the Nvidia piece worked, But what a nuisance, was hoping this was all fixed in new release. I love Backtrack, but 5 has been a nightmare. and R1 still needs improving. Nice having Cuda hashcat if it actually worked.
So much user fail...
- SSLstrip is installed by default and can be found as ArchAngel allready pointed out.
- Ettercap also is installed by default and works fine
- NMAP works fine, just disable monitor modes first before using it
Just tested all 3 things on my own BT5 R1 install...
hello boy "zimmaro"
I'm glad for your help. But I'm still with the problem.
Could you be more objective in a tutorial (wiki), I could not understand his idea.
"BT5 Bugued == MS Vista. A nightmare"
Icons are still a mess: /usr/share/icons/Humanity/* needs it's files replaced with what exists in "/usr/share/icons/Humanity /*". I would suggest replacing each file one at a time, since I'm not that good to instruct with diff. Maybe someone else could write up a script.
I'm having trouble figuring out why the installer didn't configure the xserver-xorg-video drivers, so that not all of them were installed by default. Also libdrm-noveau and some others are also installed and absolutely cannot be removed: Please fix!
No updates on background or other desktop stuff? What's up? Did we just add an updated kernel and break a few things or what?
Keep up the great work!