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  1. I created a multipass with a few tools today but I believe I am missing some part of my grub config. As of right now, every tool I have on the multipass (with the exception of Kon-boot and memtest) boots, but then gives me some kind of error related to lacking a root and then drops me into a busybox shell. On the debian/ubuntu systems, I get this: (initramfs) Unable to find a medium containing a live file system This is my current menu.lst file: color red/black white/red timeout 120 title BackTrack 5 root(hd1,0) kernel /bt5/casper/vmlinuz vga=0x317 ramdisk_size=6666 root=/dev/ram
  2. I have been trying to find a wireless router that speaks wifi b/g, preferably n also, as well as bluetooth. I know this is a bit of an unusual request, and I have had no luck finding one so far. I should add that I have recently checked both the Cisco website and the Netgear website, and neither offer such a router. Do any of you guys know of a wireless router with bluetooth?
  3. I have been trying to reverse a SHA-512 hash with no luck. I have searched, but I cannot find any SHA-512 time-memory tradeoff tables or rainbow tables anywhere. Does anyone know where to find them?
  4. I came across a computer recently that seems to have a trojan called "grlogin", does anyone know anything about this? I've never heard of it and can't find much info about it, other than it's a trojan.
  5. No, I'm looking for a way to pass command to the terminal in Java
  6. Does anyone know if Java has a method similar to the C/C++ "system()" function?
  7. Alright, I may be wrong about this, but I'm pretty sure you just use whichever network device connects to the jasager for ferret. Like, if you are connected wirelessly to your jasager, use your wireless card, etc.
  8. You can probably hide the "OpenWRT" ssid, but the linksys2 ssid is probably due to the Jasager doin' it's thing.
  9. Alright, I grabbed the last couple of you guys :D
  10. Woah, I forgot to check this for a time but I got a lot more replies than I thought I would! I'll add you guys if you don't mind.
  11. Anyone else here using it? If you are, wave me! (check my profile for email address)
  12. Well, I got it flashed and working finally, I just had to use an XP computer. Does the old flasher not like Windows 7?
  13. Ok, nevermind on that one, but I have another issue now; the easy flash application isn't finding the FON.
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