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booting-backbox-device [2015/11/02 12:33]
b4d_bl0ck [Booting from a BackBox Linux bootable device]
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b4d_bl0ck [Booting from a BackBox Linux bootable device]
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-====== Booting ​from a BackBox Linux bootable device ======+====== Booting ​up BackBox Linux bootable device ======
 Once a bootable device with BackBox on it has been [[creating-bootable-backbox-device|created]],​ you are ready to try it out. This involves (re)booting your machine with the device inserted in it. Once a bootable device with BackBox on it has been [[creating-bootable-backbox-device|created]],​ you are ready to try it out. This involves (re)booting your machine with the device inserted in it.
   * **CD/DVD** drives usually have priority during boot, so if you burned BackBox Linux to a DVD, you can just boot with the disk in, and you should be welcomed by the BackBox bootloader screen. Yeah! That's it! If this is not the case, and your PC is still booting the OS installed on your main hard drive, you must select the DVD drive as boot device in your BIOS configuration screen, as explained in the next section.   * **CD/DVD** drives usually have priority during boot, so if you burned BackBox Linux to a DVD, you can just boot with the disk in, and you should be welcomed by the BackBox bootloader screen. Yeah! That's it! If this is not the case, and your PC is still booting the OS installed on your main hard drive, you must select the DVD drive as boot device in your BIOS configuration screen, as explained in the next section.