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Creating chroot environment with an ISO file.

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http://www.unix.com – I decided to try creating a chroot environment with a BT5r2 iso file. I'm just wanting to run Backtrack from inside Debian without having to reboot into my other partition or use vmware. I found some documentation on how to do this with BT4 at this link: http://www.offensive-security.com/ba...-prefinal-iso/ I followed these directions perfectly down this far: Code: mkdir -p /root/BUILD mv bt4.iso /root/BUILD cd /root/BUILD/ mkdir mnt mount -o loop BT5.iso mnt/ mkdir extract-cd rsync --exclude=/casper/filesystem.squashfs -a mnt/ extract-cd mkdir squashfs mount -t squashfs -o (HowTos)