So, I've decided to make myself a dedicated pentesting Linux installation for various fun uses. No I am not a black-hat sort of guy, I promise. At first, I was going to use Backtrack, but unfortunently it doesn't support EXT4, which is what I use on all my drives. Mounting my /home partition for Ubuntu as ext3 is a recipe for disaster in my case. So, I was thinking of using an RPM distro like Fedora, and adding in the applications commonly found on Backtrack. I did find the Fedora Security Spin, but it doesn't seem to have an installer, which would be great if I was going to run it from the Live CD, but that is not what I'm going to do. I'm still keen on using Fedora, since my Wireless card has always been easy to set-up when I've used it, but I wanted to ask everybody else what distro they think would be best for this purpose. Again, I don't want to use my existing Ubuntu install for this purpose, I'd rather have a seperate distro for this use. Also, Debian is not an option, getting my Wireless card setup is way too much of a hassle, and the kernels outdated as well.