Since I have had a strong traffic from Google for a few days with a search for backtrack and its ways to install it, I decided that it is difficult for people to install it 🙂 because after the beta version they removed the installer . The installation itself is more than a simple procedure. So let's get to work, for a start I prefer to install it through the flash drive, that I'm tired of writing on disks and so on 🙂 Not that the installation procedure changes just to clarify I say 😉 I'll look 2 how to install one with a graphical installer and the other with commands – a little harder version 😉 In general, you should have prepared a partition or if you haven't done it, prepare it, this step I won't consider it more than meaningless 😉

1. Installation with GUI

You take it off installer 🙂 Then you choose real for the installation and let the original MBR not be repaired and you are ready. However, if the installer has not overwritten the lilo, you will have to get your hands a little dirty with a console. You open it with some editor. /etc / lilo.conf rub everything out of it and put

boot = /dev/sda
 prompt
 timeout=60
 change-rules
 reset
 vga=791
 image = /boot/vmlinuz
 root = /dev/sda3
 label = backtrack3_final

and overwrite it with lilo -v 🙂

2. Console install

again we accept the variant that everything we prepared in advance 🙂 in this case sda3 is our partition for /

mkdir /mnt/backtrack
 mount /dev/sda3 /mnt/backtrack/
 mkdir /mnt/backtrack/boot/
 mount /dev/sda1 /mnt/backtrack/boot/ #ако boot партишъна ви е на същия дял като / нямя нужда от тая стъпка
 cp --preserve -R /{bin,dev,home,pentest,root,usr,etc,lib,opt,sbin,var} /mnt/backtrack/
 mkdir /mnt/backtrack/{mnt,proc,sys,tmp}
 mount --bind /dev/ /mnt/backtrack/dev/
 mount -t proc proc /mnt/backtrack/proc/
 cp /boot/vmlinuz /mnt/backtrack/boot/
 chroot /mnt/backtrack/ /bin/bash
 nano /etc/lilo.conf

From here you continue to overwrite the lilo by deleting everything from the file In general and not so general lines this is 🙂

It's been a while 3 I have an Asus EEE 1000H for days and I can't complain about it at all. For these 3 days I hit him hard on a test of distroci which will go well on the little one. In general, there are various Ubuntu havi where they are tricked about the EEE, but I didn't like something very much 😉 I'm sado / masochistic in this respect.. I tried various Slax and BackTrack but at the moment my wi-fi adapter does not support injection 😈 so I prefer something like that. After a short tour I found this tutorial Debian EEE 😉 It describes in great detail how to install Debian on your EEE PC. If you don't read it or you're a little quarrelsome with English, I'm generalizing to you 1-2 thin moments.

1. He takes you off this ~16MB image

2. With the dd command you mark it on a flash drive as big as you have dd swin option. The unpacking itself is done with

Linux – it is very important that your USB device is not mounted

dd if=debian-eeepc.img of=/dev/YOUR-USB-DEVICE
 sync

Pig <span style=”text-decoration: underline;”>X: is the letter of your device</span>

dd if=debian-eeepc.img od=X:

3. You start your EEE by telling it to read your flash drive first. The installer is known 😉 I. ;I chose an expert instal because of most options and especially that I had the opportunity to choose between the 3 options stable, testing & unstable 🙂 guess which one I chose 😎 During the installation the network hardware is absolutely familiar the network and wi-fi adapter go by default.

4. When the installation is complete, everything is fine, I have a ready working debut of EEE PC. but there is a need for a little tuning, for example, the function buttons do not work or do not show the correct speed stepping and battery storage options 😉 For this thing you have to either start everything by hand or 😉 use the violins eee-ubuntu-support which I reworked wekinko for our debut click I have removed some things from the scripts , such as costing a debian X., I also added the activation of the camera беше that it was turned off by default. There is still something to touch on them, but if I have time I will do it. I also don't know if the violin will work correctly with the other EEEs 😉

From here on out, you add the repositories for the option you have chosen and use your EEE PC with a song in your mouth..

ps It's good to install a lock-keys-applet to see what's going on with Caps Lock 😉

Over the weekend I found time to play again with “favorite” my slackware or to be exact with a few slax derivatives 🙂 in general one was Backtrack3 and the other Language which our cattle plus two more that were not so interesting 🙂 . After the installation of both I noticed a very interesting problem 😉 when setting up static IPs the system was still firmly on DHCP. I'm checking rc.inet1.conf all right hmmmm. I start rc.inet1 my monkey starts again DHCP search for the corresponding LAN interface 😎 I quickly drew a script to pick them up automatically as I need, but curiosity gnaws at me, why 🙂 hmmmm I call this to look what's in rc.inet1 😮 completely new structure when looking at an angle quickly I see that things are not rosy at all or it has been quite modified by the authors of the distros or…. in Slax itself it comes like this (the second I will test it today). Overall, the solution to the problem was clear. I took one off rc.inet1 from slackware and everything falls into place. Later I will read why people have changed things like that and if there is something interesting I will add it here. Only for the orange I will add that our boy has done an extremely good job and my distro is suitable for desktop work and for beginners.