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Posted on 06-01-08 02:44
First post from backtrack, is there any guides or anything I should read on this? I get the jest of
how it works without many problems, not much different from knoppix save all the tools and pen
testers. That, and any way to get the res above 640x480? Thanks


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Posted on 06-01-08 03:16
Won't running "xconf" before you get into Fluxbox automatically set the res as high as it can go? I forget... it's been a while since I played with Backtrack.



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Posted on 06-01-08 03:45
Which version are you using and are you running off of a live cd or usb? I am using BT3 Beta and love it. Loads of tools and great support.

As for links....

http://forums.remote-exploit.org/index.php
http://backtrack.offensive-security.com/index.php/Main_Page

Should be able to find any answer you need right there.


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Posted on 06-01-08 12:02
just login as root:toor
and use startx and your set to go

in BT2 i always used
ati, but that is not included in BT3


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Posted on 08-01-08 01:32
I for one like backtrack. What do you think of it so far. Okay, you just got it, you just took it for a glance over. Have you done much else with it yet?

If so how do you like it. Again, I simply adore backtrack. I highly recommend that OS for security purposes of course.:ninja:


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Posted on 08-01-08 11:10
Woot that thread alone inspired me to get backtrack.

Can't wait to start playing around with it.


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Posted on 03-03-08 19:50
backtrack rocks!... especially the ability to crack wepkeys access networks and plant rootkits!

but thats a whole other discussion

as well as the simple sql tools!
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Posted on 03-03-08 20:48
-cL wrote:
Backtrack isnt that great.

You prefer?


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Posted on 03-03-08 21:09
yea i have also been wanting to play around with BT2 i just never got around to it.


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Posted on 04-03-08 01:03
i've used BT2 installed to a harddisk for about 6 months now. i've switched from it to slackware. Grin backtrack seemed to me to be no better as an OS than any other distro, the real thing about it is ease. you dont have to bother setting up lots of the apps you would use. so, really its just a slax box with apps installed.


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Posted on 04-03-08 03:37
yeah I love BT2, I use the livecd quite often and carry it around in my backpack

it has a ridiculous amount of utilities and programs
try it out, youll have fun, trust me

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