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    Re: Backtrack

    Quote Originally Posted by unplugged23 View Post
    I'm not much of a fan of KDE I'm also looking forward to trying something other than slax. should be very interesting!
    Well, since I'm not too keen on KDE4 yet, KDE3 is a good thing to me.

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    Re: Backtrack

    Quote Originally Posted by unplugged23 View Post
    I did a real install with bt3. why were you not able to? when is bt4 supposed to come out?
    I didn't really try to with the new laptop since it's going to be KDE when bt4 comes out and I can save changes with the SD card install anyway. The old laptop wouldn't even run the bt3 cd. I'll do a real install with bt4 for sure.

    I'm looking forward to the bt4 release. The beta is supposed to be released after ShmooCon 2009 which ended on the 8th of this month so it should be real soon.
    Last edited by 2hot6ft2; February 11th, 2009 at 04:16 AM.

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    Re: Backtrack

    Now based on Debian core packages and using the Ubuntu software repositories, BackTrack 4 can be upgraded in case of update.
    Backtrack just lost all appeal to me. Oh well.

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    Re: Backtrack

    why cant I install backtrack 3!!?
    I taught my little sister to say "naughty windows, good Ubuntu!"

    shes only 1.

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    Re: Backtrack

    bt4 beta has been released. I finished downloading it a little while ago.

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    Re: Backtrack

    Quote Originally Posted by lemmy999 View Post
    Backtrack 4 is close to release as a beta. Its based on Kubuntu
    Based on Kubuntu.... Oh no.

    Why would anyone want to move from Slackware to *buntu as a base?
    Last edited by SunSpyda; February 15th, 2009 at 11:13 PM.
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    Re: Backtrack

    Quote Originally Posted by SunSpyda View Post
    Based on Kubuntu.... Oh no.

    Why would anyone want to move from Slackware to *buntu as a base?
    I agree, why is this still posted in the Slackware sub-forum?

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