so i have my Kubuntu (x86) 11.10 box all up and running im getting comfortable with it learning the ways of the terminal installing a .run ect ect.
I like a lot of the tools and things backtrack has to offer so i downloaded BTR1 x86 KDE and burned it.
from my readings BT is Ubuntu based BUT it is Based on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS, Linux kernel 126.96.36.199 (source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BackTrack
). I have no clue what kernal my Kubuntu is based/structured on.
From other readings here:
I can get all the programs tools and utilities by simply editing my repo lists, how ever in the first link mentions ( Ubuntuforums.org ) they say this is not recommended or suggested (but that is with an older BT version also).
I was curious of a few things:
A) Should i just dual boot BT and Kubuntu?
B) why is it not recommended to just add the packages to my current Kubuntu install?
c) IF i decide to simply add the packages to my current install how/is there a way to just do it from the live CD i burned rather than editing my repo lists and such? (now that i think about it editing the repo list is probably the smart way to do it so i can get program updates eh? but for curiosity sake can i do the above mentioned?)
any ways as always thanks for reading and for any provided assistance, thoughts, and ideas