Originally Posted by John VV
Backtrack was created For computer SECURITY EXPERTS , for use BY computer SECURITY EXPERTS
if you can not install a "video driver" on your own , then there is likely NOTHING in BT5 that you can use
this tool is for use BY EXPERTS in the computer security field
did you look through the BT tutorials on there web site
Mind you they are FOR the old bt4 and YOU HAVE to port them for use in 5
that is test #1
if you pass it then
you might be able to use BT
Originally Posted by malekmustaq
I think that trying more user friendly distro's may be the way to learn linux. Backtrack is not a good one to learn on. We are more than willing to help you with some other distro.
Backtrack is a distro based on Ubuntu and Debian distro's, Backtrack is a security distro and it has no relation with EXPERTISM ,it's just featred by its tools nothing else, and when you know working with Ubuntu, you can work with kali even if you are not familiar with backtrack..
Any way I resolved my problem alone , and I knew how to install drivers and kernel mods and I did a LPIC certification and I got it with a good score, just one thing I like to tell you that you must help newbies and dont say to them that " you must be an expert to do something on Linux" because an expert was a newbie in the past and this forum is done to help others even if they are new in this science
good luck so.