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    Default Network setup help?

    Its my first time using backtrack, I dont know how to setup my network
    Can any one help me out . I use braodband...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Number19 View Post
    Its my first time using backtrack, I dont know how to setup my network
    Can any one help me out . I use braodband...
    Try searching the forums, this has been covered to death.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Number19 View Post
    Its my first time using backtrack, I dont know how to setup my network
    Can any one help me out . I use braodband...
    I would suggest that you call your isp and ask them how you can setup your connection. You probably pay for this support anyhow.
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    I mean i can set ip up on windows or some Linux OS's its just that on bactrack it doesnt reconize my NIC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Number19 View Post
    I mean i can set ip up on windows or some Linux OS's its just that on bactrack it doesnt reconize my NIC
    Since you have done it before in linux then that means you can
    try http://www.slackbook.org/

    Since bt3 is based of slackware this book will give you lots of help in setting up your network.

    And since you were so vague in what your problem is/was then more help can not be offered.
    Next time be more detailed.
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    I still can't see why inexperienced *nix users would choose to use B|T
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    I get this error
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    eth0: ERROR while getting interface flags: No such device
    no matter what I do any help ?

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    Your device probably isn't supported. What kind of network card do you have? There is nothing wrong with learning Linux from backtrack; I learned a lot that way.
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    My NIC is compatible with any OS but I got it working Im using BackTrack on VMware and it works perfectly

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