bt3b141207.rar), get it here: www.remote-exploit.org/backtrack_download.html
sda1, the second as
bt3b141207.rarand copy the
BT3directories and their contents to the first partition (FAT 16) of the SD card/USB flash drive.
changeson the second partition (Ext2) of the SD card/USB flash drive.
bootinst.shscript contained in the
bootdirectory on the first partition (
/mnt/sda1/boot/bootinst.sh). This will make the SD card/USB flash drive bootable.
syslinux.cfgfile found in
/mnt/sda1/boot/syslinux. Specifically, find the entry for the persistent changes option, and amend the
changes=/slax/slaxsave.datboot parameter to
changes=/dev/sda2and save the amended
syslinux.cfgfile. The persistent changes entry should now look like:
/dev/sda2path assumes that when booting from the SD card/USB flash drive your machine is identifying the FAT 16 partition as
sda1and the Ext2 partition as
sda2. If the partitions are being identified as something else (
sdb2, for example), the
changes=path will need to reflect that. In other words, if the Ext2 partition is identified as
sdb2, the path should be
/etc/rc.d/rc.0by adding the line
rmmod snd-hda-inteljust above the
#Set the path.comment. This will prevent the problem of the power not completely turning off at shutdown.
This setup seems to disable the Hal daemon. Drives can still be mounted and unmounted from the command line using