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I am trying to install BackTrack and I do not want partition my hard drive further (it's a laptop and already dual boots with Vista and Ubuntu). Is there some ...
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    Just Joined! ChillyWilly's Avatar
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    Installing BackTrack within Ubuntu, is it possible?


    I am trying to install BackTrack and I do not want partition my hard drive further (it's a laptop and already dual boots with Vista and Ubuntu). Is there some way to install the Backtrack applications without having to triple boot?
    Thanks guys.

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    You need to install something like vmware or virtualbox and then use those to install backtrack as a guest OS within Ubuntu.

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