How to connect net to back track Tags: Connection How To CD-Rom Last response: January 11, 2011 4:35 PM in Linux/Free BSD Share avisingh11 June 13, 2010 12:20:53 PM i am trying to connect net to my back track which is a live bootable cd but i can not connect to the net.Help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! More about : connect net back track skittle June 13, 2010 4:12:59 PM sorry, need more information. like what the actual PROBLEM is! Saying "help xxx wont work!!!" wont help us know whats going on! MrLinux June 13, 2010 6:24:03 PM At the (root) command prompt type... /etc/init.d/networking start If that doesn't work we'd need a full machine spec; I presume you have checked that your hardware is supported by BackTrack? Related resources advice on live click track - Forum How to track my stolen Android Phone - Forum How to connect battle. net in diablo ii - Forum WRT54G v8.2: Bought A Used One, Cannot Connect To The ' Net , Need Help! - Forum 1/2" 8 track and track assignments.suggestions? - Forum Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer Anonymous January 11, 2011 2:17:19 PM i had got this error after entering /etc/init.d/networking start touch : cant touch '/var/run/network/initialized ' permission denied Pyroflea January 11, 2011 4:35:05 PM You need to run it as root. So you'd need to type: sudo /etc/init.d/networking start Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumBack track 3.iso ForumHow to use wifi internet on vmware back track 5 os ForumHow did Nikon take a back seat to Canon? ForumI've tried everything and still cant connect to the net ! ForumAnti-theft/ How to track computer? ForumHow to restore my net video back to my computer Forumhow to connect 2 comps via USB and to the net ? ForumHow to re-amp guitar track ? ForumProgram to track my internet connection? ForumSending pics over the net , they come back ..size help please ForumHome net usersnot following the rules. ForumBoot Problems ForumHow to backup usb key into iso file ForumHow to install ubuntu in i3 processer ForumHow to burn an ISO image to a USB stick More resources !