Hi Ppl / Hi Forum,
I created a LiveCD-Backtrack on my USB-Stick (1GB).
It is booting and working well.
But it is working like the BT-LiveCD, where you canNOT save your configs/changes/installed-software etc. on your USB-Stick.
I think this is because of the "compressed" version of BT on my USB-Stick.
What I need I probably somethinkg like the "uncompressed"/"REAL" version of BT on my USB.
Installing the REAL version of bt on my 1GB USB-Stick is not really working.
Because of to less space (1gb, and the real version need something like 3GB).
Is there anyway a possiblity that BT everytime save my changes and load it next time?
can someone help plz?
I already did but I couldn't find the right answer :\
boot from the cd
put usb stick in
resize the usb partition to 700MB ish
create a new partition in the free space and make it ext2
commit the changes
take note of this new partitions name eg sda2
chroot to the usb stick
cd to boot/syslinux folder folder
edit syslinux.cfg adding changes=/dev/sda2 after append
where sda2 is the name you took note of earlier
reboot and you are done
iv just begin a few days ago the coding process of an auto partitioner - installer for this kind of install
will give feedback on what i manage to do with that...........
could be really easy to do it in 3 clicks.......
Watch your back, your packetz will belong to me soon... xD
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How has anyone followed this guide? Maybe I was supposed to boot from the usb disk while running these commands. I am using the backtrack live cd in vmware.