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    Backtrack 5 tools in 11.04

    Hello,

    I recently got my macbookpro5,5 fully working with Ubuntu 11.04. One question i have though, is would it be possible to add the backtrack 5 tools (i.e. a repository, etc.) into this build of Ubuntu?

    I tried following these steps (http://www.zimbio.com/Ubuntu+Linux/a...cations+Ubuntu), but i am unable to ping: repo.offensive-security.com (which leads me to believe they changed the repo).

    Any help is appreciated!

    Thanks,
    Ben

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    Re: Backtrack 5 tools in 11.04

    Use the archives http://archive.offensive-security.com/

    I would recommend downloading the Gnome version onto a usb stick.

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    Re: Backtrack 5 tools in 11.04

    The repo is added by doing the following:
    get the GPG key:
    wget -q http://archive.offensive-security.com/backtrack.gpg -O- | sudo apt-key add -

    Add the main repo:
    sudo echo "deb http://archive.offensive-security.com pwnsauce main microverse macroverse restricted universe multiverse" > /etc/apt/sources.list

    Add the testing repo:
    sudo echo "deb http://sun.offensive-security.com/repotest/ ./" >> /etc/apt/sources.list

    reference info from:
    http://sun.backtrack-linux.org/README.txt

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    Re: Backtrack 5 tools in 11.04

    Quote Originally Posted by lajjr View Post
    The repo is added by doing the following:
    get the GPG key:
    wget -q http://archive.offensive-security.com/backtrack.gpg -O- | sudo apt-key add -

    Add the main repo:
    sudo echo "deb http://archive.offensive-security.com pwnsauce main microverse macroverse restricted universe multiverse" > /etc/apt/sources.list

    Add the testing repo:
    sudo echo "deb http://sun.offensive-security.com/repotest/ ./" >> /etc/apt/sources.list

    reference info from:
    http://sun.backtrack-linux.org/README.txt
    Thanks Lajjr, would this install the backtrack 5 tools?

    Looking at the Readme (via the URL), it seems to reference backtrack 4.

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    Wink Re: Backtrack 5 tools in 11.04

    just install bt5 in your hard drive

    and do

    1 - change the password with

    > passwd

    and write your old and your new password

    2 - apt-get install synaptic

    3 - in synaptic go to repository

    tick the ubuntu main 10.04 repository

    3 - apt-get update && apt-get upgrade

    4 - apt-get install sofware-center && apt-get install .....(all the package where you know the name)......

    then if you do a "software-center" in a shell it will launch it , free to you making a quickstart wtih this command line.
    so you can install everything you want

    5 - do the same for every soft or function in ubuntu with apt-get or software-center or synaptic . more exemple : libre office, deluge, pdf reader, pidgin, skype, chrome....

    6 - you have to forget unity and ubuntu 11.04, bt5 is based on 10.04, and gnome2 is quite better than unity, wait gnome3 is operationnal. you can try to do a apt-get install unity with the good repository for unity (add it wih synaptic)

    7 - Enjoy , so easy make your customisabled bt5 distrib, the power of ubuntu core and bt5 tools.

    so it's easier to activate ubuntu main repository than to activate bt5 repository in the latest release of ubuntu.

    bt5 is a very good distrib ubuntu-based, try with virtualbox before.
    the bt5 developper team keep one version less for more stability.

    [SOLVED]

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    Re: Backtrack 5 tools in 11.04

    Quote Originally Posted by boodoo View Post
    just install bt5 in your hard drive


    7 - Enjoy , so easy make your customisabled bt5 distrib, the power of ubuntu core and bt5 tools.

    so it's easier to activate ubuntu main repository than to activate bt5 repository in the latest release of ubuntu.


    [SOLVED]
    I would go with boodoo on this, I did the bt 5 install, and added the right repos, and it's just like I implemented bt 5 straight into Ubuntu 10.04, especially after some sweet customizing

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    Quote Originally Posted by boodoo View Post
    just install bt5 in your hard drive

    and do

    1 - change the password with

    > passwd

    and write your old and your new password

    2 - apt-get install synaptic

    3 - in synaptic go to repository

    tick the ubuntu main 10.04 repository

    3 - apt-get update && apt-get upgrade

    4 - apt-get install sofware-center && apt-get install .....(all the package where you know the name)......

    then if you do a "software-center" in a shell it will launch it , free to you making a quickstart wtih this command line.
    so you can install everything you want

    5 - do the same for every soft or function in ubuntu with apt-get or software-center or synaptic . more exemple : libre office, deluge, pdf reader, pidgin, skype, chrome....

    6 - you have to forget unity and ubuntu 11.04, bt5 is based on 10.04, and gnome2 is quite better than unity, wait gnome3 is operationnal. you can try to do a apt-get install unity with the good repository for unity (add it wih synaptic)

    7 - Enjoy , so easy make your customisabled bt5 distrib, the power of ubuntu core and bt5 tools.

    so it's easier to activate ubuntu main repository than to activate bt5 repository in the latest release of ubuntu.

    bt5 is a very good distrib ubuntu-based, try with virtualbox before.
    the bt5 developper team keep one version less for more stability.

    [SOLVED]


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    Re: Backtrack 5 tools in 11.04

    I can install drivers for my Broadcom Wireless on Ubuntu 11.04 (and Ati driver works well too) I installed Backtrack 5, and followed your steps. At jockey-gtk both driver get error again and again At Ubuntu 11.04 they didn't stucked. I have now [backtrack5 gnome 64]

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