Updating backtrack kernel
When that’s done, run: Your new kernel will be used the next time you reboot.
If you are low on/out of space on the boot partition, you can manually delete older kernels and re-run grub-mkconfig.
Hey guys, Recently I've been trying to update Backtrack and Metasploit, as well as connect up the Postgre SQL database to Metasploit.
I've had some difficulties and thought I'd make a quick post to talk about the issues I've encountered and some of the solutions.
Everytime the system was booting I received the error: "The CPU has been disabled by the guest operating system." After hours of googling and tweaking settings I couldn't find a solution.
Frustrating but well these things happen, if anyone knows a fix I'd be interested to know.
As a side note, I'm no expert when it's comes to Metasploit, I have no doubt there are probably some really easy solutions to the things above, I just couldn't find them on google.
Anyhow, there's more than one way to skin a cat so I decided to perform an update from the repository instead.
This update sorted me right out, at least I thought it had...
With the fresh copy installed in Virtual Box both msfupdate and Metasploit database work fine.
Now I just need to transfer over my Windows images from VMware.