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Root Backtrack 5 on the Thunderbolt Issues

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by hkbladelawhk, Jan 7, 2012.

  1. hkbladelawhk

    hkbladelawhk Member
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    Okay. So I'm running Bamf Forever Final 1.10 and am using Anant's Backtrack 5 script. It worked wonderfully on Forever 1.0.7, but now I'm getting the following when running it:
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    /system/bin/startbt: line 14: mount: not found
    /system/bin/startbt: line 15: mount: not found
    /system/bin/startbt: line 16: mount: not found
    /system/bin/startbt: line 18: sysctl: not found
    And among such, running a simple dhclient command would yield something like
    /proc/net/dev: no such file or directory


    Now I can't use even the simplest commands such as ifconfig or dhclient. (/proc/net/dev is missing) << the error I get. I figure the mount errors are the poisonous tree and the errors following are the fruit. Heck. Ettercap doesn't work either. More errrors.

    DIssector "dns" not supported (etter.conf line 70)
    Listening on rmnet_sdio0... (Linux cooked)


    ERROR : 9, Bad file descriptor
    [ec_send.c:send_init:118]

    libnet_init(LIBNET_LINK_ADV) failed: unknown physical layer type 0x212

    Any ideas? Nothing has changed regarding the SD card and the bt files. I've googled around, but didn't find anything definitive that I could use on the Tbolt.
     

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  2. 3ricG

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    I would suggest going to this XDA thread, they would probably be able to help you more than anyone here. It seems pretty active.
     

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