I've been trying to install BT5R3 on my netbook Asus 1001p in a dual boot scenario with Windows 7. I haven't had much luck.
Here's what I do:
use unetbootini to prepare the USB SD card with the BT5R3-GNOME-32.iso.
change the boot device to be the USB SD card.
the flashscreen is either shown with the nice Backtrack image or the Ubuntu 10.04 screen or just text info scrolling depending on whether or not I've selected the right video mode.
at the end, I'm at the linux prompt with some nice advice from a penguin.
now this puts me in the Linux Mint 11 environment (huh?) with no mouse(not expected), no wireless (expected because of the Asus's wireless chipset) and no wired connection (not expected).
I have no clue what to do next.
I've been able to download just Ubuntu 10.04, prepared the SD card with that small 700mb iso, boot from the USB SD card and install Ubuntu 10.04 to the hard drive, boot to the harddrive's new installation and verify that the mouse and the ethernet card work (no wireless, expected). So, I don't know what I'm doing wrong.
Any ideas? What more info can I give ya?