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Backtrack3 Usb ? Anyone
Posted 19 September 2008 - 10:11 AM
If it's just for network testing, use backtrack3 as it's supplied, without installing extra things like VLC.
If you want to do something else, maybe you should try another live Linux distro ?
Of course, if you really want to do it, have a look in some slackware tutorials in order to learn how to install VLC in a slackware distro.
Posted 23 September 2008 - 09:50 PM
- Get SLAX 3 USB from the SLAX website
- Install SLAX 3 USB on your jumpdrive (see the instructions that came with the zip file)
- go to the modules or root directory and clear it out (there are lzm files in it)
- put the BT3 modules in there and reboot
* I don't remember if BT3 uses a different (not lzm) format, you may have to use one of the converters in the tools directory
For complete simplicity, you may just want to use DAVIX. It has a lot of the same features and is really easy to use if you like graphics instead of text. Its meant more for visualization, but still a good pentest distro.
Posted 07 November 2008 - 07:09 PM
And after that
Ofter completion of installation
That creates tgz pakage
Convert it into lmz
By using #tgz2lzm command
And finally add it to the your modules
That will be working
-reply by Harish
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