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1/18/2011

A way to import BackTrack4 repository into Ubuntu (only 32bit)

This is only work for the 32 bit version only.
It is because BackTrack does not maintain 64 bit binary packages at all. 
This is just a note for myself,  if I change to use 32bit OS , I'll add BackTrack's repository into it.


1. Adding PGP credential 
wget -q http://archive.offensive-security.com/backtrack.gpg -O- | sudo apt-key add -

2. Add repository into Apt's sources.list (little modification from the original site)
sudo sh -c 'echo "deb http://archive.offensive-security.com nemesis main microverse macroverse restricted universe" >> /etc/apt/sources.list'

3. Update the repositories
sudo apt-get update

Well.. I think it'll work if I use 32bit version.

See you later, backtrack repo....

Update:

I can't get in http://sun.backtrack-linux.org anymore (for some unknown reason)
So, I tried http://archive.backtrack-linux.org and it works!
seems like they changed it to Moon-edition??
new ReadMe.txt also up in different URL  http://moon.backtrack-linux.org/README.txt
the only different is they change "nemesis" --> "pwnsauce"
** nemesis = version 4 RC2
** pwnsauce = version 4
Anyway, when I try to access its folders from the website, it says "Forbidden" ???
I don't know why yet.

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