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    Just burned his ISO
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    Default Making USB boot on Ubuntu

    Hello everyone! I have been just a silent member here for a long time now and finally I got Ubuntu up and running (7.10 by the way) and I decided to try BackTrack a little, so I downloaded BT3 usb boot from remote-expoilt.org and tried to install with the instructions but all I get out (well, also you have typo in instructions "run ./boostinst.sh" at least I think it's typo ^^):
    Code:
    $ ./bootinst.sh
    ./bootinst.sh: Permission denied
    Also I all ready tried forums.remote-exploit.org/showthread.php?p=63315#post63315 but I keep getting:
    Code:
    lzm2dir: command not found
    So please help noob out will ya' I'd really would like to try BackTrack out at my school , so... tell me what I am doing wrong here.

    ~Liquid~
    Trust no one

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    Just burned his ISO imported_sonicboom's Avatar
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    right click on the file and try and change the file permissions and set the file to executable

    try that or type:
    sudo ./bootinst.sh

  3. #3
    Just burned his ISO
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    Thanks a lot sonicboom!
    I ran it as root user and it worked *slaps him self in face* I realy should think more before posting.
    Trust no one

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