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I have downloaded the latest release of WepCrackGUI from git repository, but I am not able to get it woking properly.
The dependencies.txt file shows only the needed packages for Fedora, Ubuntu and Backtrack, but I am using the Slax-Remix v09 x64 distribution (from SlackWare 13.1 x64) and I get an error message when I type "./configure"
The output is this:
Looking for required packages
Checking for package 'mono-nunit'.. ERROR: Package named 'mono-nunit' >= 2.4.7 not found.
Try adjusting your PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment variable.
Of couse, I have just tried to install many many different "mono-monodevelop" library, but the problem persists always…
Can I get some help?
This could be a good way to make WepCrackGUI an universal program for generic Linux distributions, which are very different!
EDIT: I want to say that my Linux has the latest kernel version: 188.8.131.52
As I have no experience with slackware, I can not really help you there. The file that you have to look for is mono-nunit.pc. A quick search for slackware packages with this file gave me a few results. Which one is the right one, you will have to find out yourself.
Tell me when you are successful and I will add the appropriate packages to the Dependencies file.
I have just commited a patch so that the unit tests will not be build by default. That means the default build does not depend on mono-nunit anymore. Just do ./configure and make.
thank you very much for your replies, but I am not getting WepcrackGUI working!
I have installed a lot of dependent libraries, but the last error message was this one:
Now I am going to try with the new package.
Thank you for your help!
Use ./wepcrack-debug to get debug output. And post the output if you need help.
Have I to download the pre-compiled package or the source code from git?
Ok, I downloaded the source code from git repository, I managed to compile with dependencies. In more, I installed the libraries (gtk-sharp2, Orbit2, gconf, keyring, etc etc) but I am fixed at this step:
bash-4.1# ./wepcrack -debug
Cannot open assembly './GWepCrackGui.exe' : No such file or directory.
Of course, finally I can say Positive News!
I found a great site with a very good and efficient Repository for Slackware both 32 and 64 bit.
Then, if you want to do a nice action for new users, you can simply add a new line for SlackWare distribution.
Dependencies are always required by the shell, or with a -debug function, so any user can search the right library/dependencie at this link:
In my case, this has been the only one working series of dependencies, in fact I can finally use WepCrackGui on my Slax-Remix x64.
Thanks again for your help!
Ok, you have to do this:
./wepcrack-debug (maybe as root)
take care that the last command does not contain spaces and only one '-'.
It would be great if you could give a list of packages which have to be installed from the said repository in order to compile WCG from source. I will then add that list together with the repository link to the Dependencies file.
Also a list of packages which have to be installed to run the WCG binaries would be great.
thanks for the contribution,
Hello! Sorry for the delay, but I had to test several times before writing all the dependencies.
I have to say that I installed more than 10 dependent libraries, but with some deep immersion I managed to reduce that number to only two libraries, like other distros as Fedora - Ubuntu etc etc.
For Slax-Remix 64 bit (from SlackWare64 13.1) these are the two needed dependencies:
Thank you again for your help and for your nice tool!
Thank you very much for your efforts! I will add these packages to the Dependencies file for Slakware.