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Thread: Automatically Do Some Commands?

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    Just burned his ISO
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    Cool Automatically Do Some Commands?

    The only way I can get into the Backtrack 5 GUI is to do these commands that I found.
    rm /root/.kde/cache-root/icon-cache.kcache
    rm /root/.kde/cache-root/plasma_theme_Volatile.kcache
    rm /root/.kde/cache-bt/icon-cache.kcache
    rm /root/.kde/cache-bt/plasma_theme_Volatile.kcache
    rm -rf /var/tmp/kdecache-root
    So I'm wondering, is there anyway to make all of these commands automatically run as soon as backtrack starts up? (Which would also make it start up in GUI automatically)


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    Super Moderator Archangel-Amael's Avatar
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    Default Re: Automatically Do Some Commands?

    I'm going to guess you are booting from a live dvd each time. I would suggest setting up a persistent USB stick doing the above 1 time and be finished with it.
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