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Hello all, i am running Ubuntu 9.10 on my laptop and also run Windows XP in Sun VirtualBox. I can boot Backtrack if i mount as ISO and run as Live CD. What i wanna do is be able to is install Backtrack into a Virtual-Harddisk so i can also run it in my VirtualBox. I have been to several different websites and tried their methods but the dont work.

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There are only 2 versions, 1 which will work on USB, liveDVD, or to install from (ISO) and 2, a VMware pre-installed machine. If you wanted, you could have just used the VMware download and used it in VirtualBox, or at least they say it can be done that way here: http://blogs.sun.com/VirtualGuru/entry/vmw..._amp_virtualbox

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There are only 2 versions, 1 which will work on USB, liveDVD, or to install from (ISO) and 2, a VMware pre-installed machine. If you wanted, you could have just used the VMware download and used it in VirtualBox, or at least they say it can be done that way here: http://blogs.sun.com/VirtualGuru/entry/vmw..._amp_virtualbox

well i downloaded the BT4 final and im about to try it. if it doesn't work ill try your link :)

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There are only 2 versions, 1 which will work on USB, liveDVD, or to install from (ISO) and 2, a VMware pre-installed machine. If you wanted, you could have just used the VMware download and used it in VirtualBox, or at least they say it can be done that way here: http://blogs.sun.com/VirtualGuru/entry/vmw..._amp_virtualbox

ok i got it installed with BT4-final iso.. thanks for the help :)

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