If you would have utilized the search function you may have found this. I'm really not sure why I bother to write this stuff and go to the trouble of giving it a clear sensible title that would come right up as the first hit in a search.
Quick question... is there any way to make a usb version of backtrack persistent and save the changes i make to it? I just got my eeepc, moved bt on to a SD card to try it out and i really like it.
I have no problem with changing the bios boot order on startup to get into it, as i usually use xandros beacuse of its fast boot up time.
is there any way to convert a usb install into a real one? or should i burn the dvd, boot from it, and then install BT onto my sd?
Actully, my question was if i could turn a SD install into a regular one, or if there was a way to make a file to save the changes - but if installing from usb is what i have to do i'll do it.
Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.
The tutorial IS how to make your sd card save changes. I just use a usb install to do it. Maybe you should have read it.
is there any way to convert a usb install into a real one? NO not on usb or sdcard.
I did. I just figured that there might of been another way. Chill.
i tried with a friend to make a real install of bt3 on a EEEPC but i have a strange kernel panic ...
VFS: cannot open root device 801 or unknow block (8,1)
please append a correct "root=" boot option
kernel panic - not syncing
VFS unable to mount root fs on unknown block (8,1)
the real OS is on a SD 4GB ...
5 or so gb-e3
The fat is only on it so I can continue to use it as a utility disc for when I need to transfer crap between computers. Please, help us resolve this issue. Its been driving me nuts for days.