Chapter 7. Customizing BackTrack 2

Solutions in this chapter:

Introduction

Although BackTrack 2 Final is primarily designed as a bootable Live CD, there are some additional benefits to be gained by customizing your particular installation. Whether you choose to customize by adding modules to your Live CD or making wholesale changes to a permanent hard drive install, you can take advantage of BackTrack’s additional features in a number of different ways.

BackTrack is based on SLAX, which is a bootable live Linux distribution that uses compressed modules. The modularity concept makes changes to BackTrack easy. If you still wish ...

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