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The importaint bit starts with the second para I am running Kubuntu on one side of my hardrive and windows 7 on the other however the 'lovely man' my mother ...
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- 06-19-2010 #1
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- Jun 2010
Kunbuntu & backtrack on the same partition?
The importaint bit starts with the second para
I am running Kubuntu on one side of my hardrive and windows 7 on the other however the 'lovely man' my mother desided to hire to set up our Wireless really screwd up. he managed to get the password he gave me and that which he typed in mixed up!
So my friend much more gifted with computers than me sent me to download backtrack (it might also help at my fathers, who doesent have a wireless )
Cuting this way to long story short, i am hoping one of you amazing peeps can tell me how to run backtrack and kunbuntu on the same side of the harddrive??!!
- 06-20-2010 #2
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- Apr 2009
- I can be found either 40 miles west of Chicago, or in a galaxy far, far away.
I assume you mean that he screwed up the wireless access point password? I would suggest that you reset the AP/router to factor settings and configure it again - and make sure you NEVER call on this pinhead again! Most AP/routers have a recessed button that if held down (use a paper clip or similar "tool") for more than a couple of seconds will reset the device to factor settings. Then, you can connect and reset it to support the protocols (WEP or WPA), SSID, and password/passphrase you want. These home devices are so simple, that calling in an outside "expert" should never be necessary. JMHO...Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!