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    Default Re: Updating and Customizing Back|Track

    nice one ,,,,,,good job! i am using it now




    happy hunting!!

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    Default Re: Updating and Customizing Back|Track

    its seem just like dragon in BT 4




    happy hunting!!
    Last edited by longjidin; 01-16-2012 at 03:42 PM.

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    Default Version 0.8

    Ladies/Gents,

    Version 0.8 is out!

    Changes are as follows:


    iso_mod.sh
    - Removed the external update feature
    - Sanitization of variables

    update.sh
    - Removed the external update feature
    - Removed main_menu--()
    - Sanitization of variables



    Cheers!
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    hello, i've just tried for the first time your script and i really liked it, it is just what i was looking for however i have a little problem...i mounted the original image (bt5r1 gnome 64) with iso_mod.sh, removed the huge oclhashcat+, oclhascat and oclhashcat-lite hoping to reduce the total size (the 3 programs require almost 600 mb iirc), installed a working sslstrip and ettercap and closed the chroot with "exit". once completed i obtained the modified iso, but the problem is that a) the size is the same as before, so no gain at all even witouth the 3 programs and b) (the most important) i can't mount the internal hdd of my pc! the file explorer doesn't show it at all, and strangely i can't even reboot/quit, just log out. the only option is to logout and then halt-reboot. any advice? the internal hdd mount problem obviously is the most serious one... thanks

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    Default Re: bugme

    bugme,

    My sincerest apologies on not responding quicker. Evidently you posted when the forums were going through their upgrades and I didn't see this addition to this thread.

    Regarding your issues you have mentioned. Some of the common items I have found when dealing with custom ISOs is that I will forget to clean it up as much as possible before I exit the chroot. Did you remove any .debs from /var/cache/apt/archives/?

    As far as mounting the hdd, try:
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    fdisk -l
    and verify that /dev/xxx is what u are trying to mount?

    Regarding the reboot, can u provide more details??
    V/r,
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    Pffbt..[quote]I made a discovery today. I found a computer. Wait a second, this is cool. It does what I want it to. If it makes a mistake, it's because I screwed it up. Not because it doesn't like me... Or feels threatened by me.. Or thinks I'm a smart ass.. [/quote]

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    thank you for your interest right now i don't have neither the original iso not the custom one...as soon as i have some time i will try (on the new rc2) and keep you informed! just a question...for cleaning the chroot do i have to use a specific command? the rc2 is even bigger then the rc1 and i am always limited to the 2gb limit so it would be extremely useful to gain some space!

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    Default Re: bugme

    Hi
    I have not tried your scripts yet as I don't want to mess up my latest installed BT5r1.
    All I want to do is to turn my current installed version into an ISO so I can reinstall to a bootable USB or run in VirtualBox . (ie make myself a backup )
    Does your script allow this or if not could you point me in the right direction.
    many thanks

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    Default Re: Updating and Customizing Back|Track

    anyway, for the mount problem...i didn't try the script on an installed bt version, but used the live disc, downloaded the script and moved the whole "backtrack-update" folder to the main drive, where i have windows, the bt5 iso to be modified and a lot of space (from the live i cant do anything for i have a limited amount of ram). could this be the problem? reading and mounting at the same time from a mounted drive? (oh and sorry for the delay of my posts...im still a new user so every post i write must be checked by mods, giving me usually a 2-3 days lag at least )

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    Default Version 1.0 Released!

    Ladies/Gents,

    Version 1.0 has been set loose in the wild. Changes to note are:

    update.sh
    • Removed support for BT5r1. This is now R2 only.
    • Removed beef updater. It is no longer svn capable repo
    • Modified msf to point to /opt/metasploit/msf3 as per the change with r2
    • Modified nikto to use svn up -vs- ./nikto.pl -update
    • Removed nmap O/s database updating capabilities till the bug that screws up -A is worked out
    • Modified sqlmap as it properly works now with the original installation via apt-get, but kept the code, lest in the future it stops working
    • warvox updating is suspended until the .deb is fixed, almost beef like with the gem issues...will detail this in a post on the forums one day


    iso_mod.sh
    • Changed text to show that it works with Back|Track 5 r1 and r2
    • Modifed created iso mod name, as this may work for other o/s other than bt. Will be testing this on multiple Operating Systems in the near future


    bugme,

    - Regarding cleaning up your chroot. I will hit this post up tonight with my methods I use to keep the iso slim....

    - Regarding the mount issues.... I keep back|track installed on my laptop, and when I modify the O/S I always do it from my installed version. I guess if you had the processing power and ram what you speak of would be possible, I've just never tried it, nor do I know if the script itself would work, perhaps it would umount something running or what not... Sorry I can't help any further on that.

    parrotface,

    This script is not meant to provide a means to backup your currently installed version. For something of that nature you could try aptoncd or something else like that. Sorry I can't be of assistance on this matter.
    V/r,
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    Default Riferimento: Updating and Customizing Back|Track

    perfect, waiting for your tutorial and thanks for this new update!

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