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    my turn :

    i want(if possible) a stripped version without kde , only command line one
    must fit in a 256 MO or a 512 MO
    could be done by hand, but not cleanly....
    that could be useful for testers i think to get bt and only bt without gui crap....

    i hope a kernel upgrade for SMP support, and a lzm module repository

    the DVD is on the way i saw it somewhere.....

    and we also wait the bugfixes reliz....

    MIAM... can't wait...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cormega View Post
    when will the Feature Request thread for BT3 appear ? I bet alot of people have ideas for the new project...

    Personally, i think you should go "all out" this time and make it a DVD-Image flooded with all the programs and tools you want.. an easy update function might be useful as well , i see that slapt-get causes some problems from time to time so adding a few update scripts might be a good idea ?
    While this subforum is underneath the "BT2 Final" title, you can safely assume that its use for BT3 requests is ok as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by harry View Post
    A generic L2TP and/or PPTP VPN client would be good. I don't think BT2 natively ships with one?

    //Also a few 'handy' files for use when faced with a windows box - nc, vnchooks, 2k/2003 RK etc for the odd 'ethical' backdoor and util's to run on WIndows - it was a pain trying to find the version of vnc.hooks, vnc.exe etc for cli dll injection that supported the old remote registry password config.
    It's not hard to get most of these manually but it may be a nice touch to have them ship in a convenient folder?
    nc is included with bt

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    nc is included with bt
    I meant the windows executable that can be tftp'd across.
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    Quote Originally Posted by harry View Post
    I meant the windows executable that can be tftp'd across.
    /pentest/database/oracle/oat/tftproot/windows/netcat/nc.exe

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    LMAO

    Now why didn't I think to look there for netcat
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    I might be outta line for asking... but is there any werd on which Kernel vs that is going to be used??
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    I love Backtrack 2 and my only wants for BT3 would be better support for my sound (Still no audio on my tx1120us notebook from HP), maybe a better touchscreen calibration method. Most of the other things I have been able to resolve with research but the audio is kicking my arse.

    Apparently there are scads of people using the tx1000 series notebook and it's hit and miss on the audio. I hear the 2.6.22 kernel fixes it, so that might do the job.

    Anyway, keep up the good work and thanks for all of your effort.
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    very good news
    but i still love the pic when BT1 load the sign of hand in your monitor
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    this boot screen is available, i just can't remeber the exact link but google its name, you will find it......
    Watch your back, your packetz will belong to me soon... xD

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