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Hello, I downloaded backtrack bt2final.iso , and burn it as image file... but on CD I'w got only 2 folders... one is boot(5mb) and other BT(684mb)... so what is missing ...
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    Question Need Help can't make BackTrack bootable CD


    Hello,
    I downloaded backtrack bt2final.iso, and burn it as image file...
    but on CD I'w got only 2 folders... one is boot(5mb) and other BT(684mb)...
    so what is missing for me to create a bootable CD...
    I'm starting to learn linux... and any help would be welcomed...

    thanks in advance!

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    I just downloaded new ISO file, burnd it to a disc, and now it's all working great...

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    i have the same problem pretty much... i got it on the cd but now when i load it it starts going and ends up saying fatal error occurred - can't find executable init command this should never happen press ctl+alt+del to restart and then my computer locks up... can some one please help me??

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    have you check the md5 sum of the iso file before burning it !
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    do what now?? sorry im new with this.. i think i figured it out though... my iso isnt downloading the init file onto the cd so im ganna re download it and see what happens

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbu21576 View Post
    do what now?? sorry im new with this.. i think i figured it out though... my iso isnt downloading the init file onto the cd so im ganna re download it and see what happens
    Here's a HowTo you can follow to make sure you are properly downloading and burning the file as an image:

    http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/ins...nstall-cd.html

    Let us know how it goes.
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    thats intresting but i am running windows xp... so how do i do it w/ xp?? and were is the mp5sum file?

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    Sorry but i have no idea about how to check the md5sum under Windows XP, or any other checksum .


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    Here's another HowTo with checksum instructions for Windows:

    Using Md5sums

    The HowTo is for OpenOffice, but it'll work for other files.
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    hey i think the download from the 1st mirror was messed up but now i gat another problem... bt doesnt recognize my wireless card.. so how do i get it to? im using a Compact Wireless-G USB Network Adapter with SpeedBooster.... help please

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