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Thread: I am currently using Ubuntu 12.04, is it possible to install BACKTRACK in it ?

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    I am currently using Ubuntu 12.04, is it possible to install BACKTRACK in it ?

    Now I am currently using Ubuntu 12.04, is it possible to install Backtrack on the same system. Can anyone tell me how to install it.

    Thank you.

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    Re: I am currently using Ubuntu 12.04, is it possible to install BACKTRACK in it ?

    Backtrack is an operating system on its own
    Basically its a collection of utilities
    If you want any specific utility from Backtrack you can install it in Ubuntu using terminal or software centre
    Kids, you tried your best and you failed miserably. The lesson is, never try.
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    Re: I am currently using Ubuntu 12.04, is it possible to install BACKTRACK in it ?

    Okay. Can I make install Backtrack OS in other disk and make my system dual boot ?? If so how can I do it ? Could you please help me.!!

    Thank you.

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    Re: I am currently using Ubuntu 12.04, is it possible to install BACKTRACK in it ?

    Forget backtrack Linux; it's outdated, clunky & crap. Kali Linux replaces it:

    http://www.kali.org/

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    Re: I am currently using Ubuntu 12.04, is it possible to install BACKTRACK in it ?

    Install to external drive. Also any second drive.
    And you want this screen to choose where to install the grub2 boot loader which is only available with Something Else or manual install
    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Gr...ing_Else.22.29:
    Installer version has not changed much so still a good guide except I do not recommend the separate /boot for most systems. Older systems may need it. And some with very large / (root) partitions. BIOS/MBR not for UEFI
    http://www.linuxbsdos.com/2012/07/23...2-hard-drives/
    For info on UEFI boot install & repair - Updated Mar 2015:
    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2147295
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