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Thread: Does BackTrack 2.0 support saving changes to .dat files?

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    Default Does BackTrack 2.0 support saving changes to .dat files?

    as a slax user, i must ask if Backtrack allows saving of changes to a .dat file as slax 6 does?

    If so is it the same syntax for the boot option as slax?
    aka
    in syslinux

    append ... changes=/bt/name_of_file.dat

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    sorry for you no....
    for saving changes....
    we use lzm module format....
    call changes.lzm

    or

    install a new partition on your usb (ext2) and boot with this cheatcode
    bt changes=/dev/IDofnewpartition
    Watch your back, your packetz will belong to me soon... xD

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    hmm... ic. Thank you very much. So the configsave/configrestore simply accesses/writes a lzm. Thank you very much.

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