WICD network manager problem,Show "No network" after refresh.view story

http://www.backtrack-linux.org – Hello there, Its been 2 or 3 days now I am hunting for a solution to this problem, My computer is running on Backtrack 5 R2 (GNOME). (HowTos)

BackTrack 5 R2 startx error with ATI Mobility Radeon X700view story

http://www.backtrack-linux.org – hey all. i was using Backtrack R1 for quite a while now. some days ago i saw that theres a R2. i followed the update and upgrade steps. but after doing this, the kernel wasnt updated. so i updated with Code: apt-get install linux-source-3.2.6 and i got the kernel, rebooted and started it. after that i did Code: fix-splash reboot now i have the splash. everything worked (HowTos)

BT5 R2 usb w/ persistenceview story

http://www.backtrack-linux.org – I've been fiddling for a bit using the guide on the wiki to get BT5 installed on usb with persistence. Ran into an issue where I need to copy files from the virtual cdrom (i.e the iso image in vm) to the sdb1 partition I made on the usb key. Seems the 2500M of space allotted isnt enough if I understood the error message correctly. (HowTos)

The Fix for Metasploit update in BackTrack 5-R2view story

http://www.backtrack-linux.org – Do you get an [*] msfupdate[*] Attempting to update the Metasploit Framework...[*] svn: /opt/metasploit/common/lib/libssl.so.0.9.8: no version information available (required by /opt/metasploit/common/lib/libserf-0.so.0) svn: /opt/metasploit/common/lib/libcrypto.so.0.9.8: no version information available (required by /opt/metasploit/common/lib/libserf-0.so.0) svn: /opt/metasploit/common/lib/ (HowTos)

BT5 + Pyrit + MySQLview story

http://www.backtrack-linux.org – Short and simple tut on how to use MySQL database to store your pre-computed WPA tables. This assumes you have Pyrit and and MySQL installed and working have and correctly set pyrit up for opencl / cuda support. Fire up a terminal. apt-get install python-alchemy python-mysqldb -y mysql -u root -pyourpasswd create mydb vi ~/.pyrit/config # Change -------------- default_storage = file:// def (HowTos)

Wifizoo Software alternative?view story

http://www.backtrack-linux.org – Hello guys, iv used wifizoo for so long, and i think they stopped developing and thats why it doesnt meet the standarts for BT5. Whats the best alternative for that kind of software? (accessing cookies, ssl sessions, etc) even if its not included on BT5. Thanks a lot (HowTos)

nessus 5 in BT5-R2 (3.2.6-kernel)view story

http://www.backtrack-linux.org – hi if you want to "enable" nessus 5 in bt5-r2 (gnome-32)i'm using this method: #open terminal: 1) firefox http://www.tenable.com/products/nessus/ (select to download a version for ubuntu 10.04) 2) dpkg -i """"package downloaded""" 3) apt-get install -f (HowTos)

unicornscan problemview story

http://www.backtrack-linux.org – hi, i just installed bt5 on my mac, i did Code: apt-get update apt-get upgrade than he gave me Code: unicornscan Error Opening file /usr/local/etc/unicornscan/GeoIP.dat Main [Error  report.c:73] error opening geoip database `/usr/local/etc/unicornscan//GeoIP.dat': No such file or directory and i solved so: Code: cp /usr/share/GeoIP/GeoIP.dat /usr/loca (HowTos)

VirtualBox Broken on R2view story

http://www.backtrack-linux.org – Ive seen this problem on older posts for other version of ubuntu, i think its because the kernel isnt compatible with Vbox yet. my pc is totally broken, im tired of windows, im trying to just run my windows 7 in a virtualmachine inside BT, because it constantly bluescreens when normally installed... Linux bt 3.2.6 #1 SMP Fri Feb 17 10:34:20 EST 2012 x86_64 GNU/Linux Code: root@bt:~# v (HowTos)

Ettercap 0.7.4 ARP poison issueview story

http://www.backtrack-linux.org – I currently have BT5 RC1 installed on my tower and I just updated to the newest stable version (0.7.4) because I was experiencing a common thread resource issue with the build packaged with BT 5 RC1. As of right now i have configured/compiled it with libnet and GTK2+ dependencies in order to install it (which is was installed in /usr/local/). (HowTos)