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  1. I am considering getting a usb powered portable hard drive and using it for a multipass... need the space to load up a ton of ISO's... just not sure what drive will do this without issues. Pretty much all the ones I look up that I can find information on say they have crappy software and special drivers etc. Anyone have any suggestions? I was looking at this one here but I cant find much info on it. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...2-021-_-Product
  2. Wish I would have read all the threads... mapping ISO's is much cleaner especially for the Trinity Rescue Kit I just mapped the ISO and renamed the USB to TRK_3-3 and it works. Edit: Nevermind it was feeding off the other files I removed them and the ISO alone is'nt working :\
  3. From the PEtoUSB ReadMe.txt USB STICKS TESTED ================= SanDisk Cruzer Mini SUCCESSFUL PenDrive 2.0 Mini SUCCESSFUL PQI iStick 2.0 SUCCESSFUL I-Bead MP3 Player FAILED (I think the UFD initializes too slow for the BIOS)
  4. Resources http://www.securitydistro.com/ http://www.livecdlist.com/ Havnt tried this but seems like a really cool LiveDVD http://supergamer.org/get.htm
  5. Is your computer capable of booting off USB?
  6. Going to try this one more time... First off I said if you don't get BT4 running the normal route I.E. follow Hak5 directions to setup the USB then follow mine... you should try to unetbootin the files because that is what I did just messing around I wasn't sure if it modified anything.... I just redid everything from scratch no unetbootin and it worked so scrap your unet setup and start over. So to recap... Follow Hak5 directions.. 1. PeToUSB 2. Grub Install 1.0.1 3. Copy grldr to USB 4. Create a menu.lst Then for BT4 1. Copy the BT4 ISO contents to your USB 2. Rename your
  7. I was getting the cannot find CD or USB error until I renamed the USB Stick to TRK_3-3 then it started to load but had a ton of errors about missing libraries or something cant remember the exact errors but I think it was gettext that was the root of the problem. These were caused by me having the TRK files in a sub-directory... so I put the files directly on the root of the drive and it booted up just fine. Edit: Tried it again on a different USB stick from the start and it worked without a hitch.
  8. They are included in the System Rescue CD ISO under the bootdisk folder.
  9. If anyone wants it here is a screen capture of Milla with the multipass in The Fifth Element converted to be used as a splashimage http://files.getdropbox.com/u/628316/multipass.xpm.gz
  10. How to get Trinity Rescue Kit up and running 1. Copy the TRK ISO contents to the "Root" of your USB Stick 2. Rename your USB stick to "TRK_3-3" without quotes... if you do not do this it will give you the error that it cannot find the CD etc. 3. Add this to your "menu.lst" title Trinity Rescue Kit configfile /submenu.lst 4. Create another list file called "submenu.lst" and add this to it. Note: You dont need them all just the ones you want to use or if you only want a couple you can just add them to your menu.lst instead. title Main-menu configfile /menu.lst title TRK 3.3
  11. For persistent changes on Backtack 4 Pre-final use title BackTrack 4 Pre-final root (hd0,0) kernel /bootbt4/vmlinuz BOOT=casper boot=casper persistent vga=0x317 ramdisk_size=6666 root=/dev/ram0 rw quiet initrd=/bootbt4/initrd.gz boot and place a "casper.rw" file on the root of your usb stick you can get some large casper.rw files from here http://webupd8.blogspot.com/2009/07/how-to...ubuntu-904.html I set it up this way and did apt-get update, apt-get upgrade, fast-track update all etc etc and it has stuck :) Edit: The casper.rw file is where your changes are stored so choose
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