#653 nat1.0

closed-accepted
None
5
2002-11-10
2002-11-07
No

NetBIOS Auditing Tool / Security Kit

The intention of this package is to perform various
security checks on
remote servers running NetBIOS file sharing services.
nat will attempt to retrieve all information available
from the remote
server, and attempt to access any services provided by
the server.

Discussion

  • Dave Bullock

    Dave Bullock - 2002-11-07

    nat-1.0-1.info

     
  • Dave Bullock

    Dave Bullock - 2002-11-07

    nat-1.0-1.patch

     
  • Ben Hines

    Ben Hines - 2002-11-07

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    patch does not work. Did you build this? (doesn't look like it?) Please don't submit packages you haven't even tried!

    "fink build nat" "fink install nat"

    patch -p1 </sw/fink/dists/unstable/main/finkinfo/net/nat-1.0-1.patch
    can't find file to patch at input line 2
    Perhaps you used the wrong -p or --strip option?
    The text leading up to this was:
    --------------------------
    |diff -r nat-darwin/smb.h nat10/smb.h
    --------------------------
    File to patch:

    After building you need to check your deb file for compliance.

     
  • Dave Bullock

    Dave Bullock - 2002-11-07
     
  • Dave Bullock

    Dave Bullock - 2002-11-07

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    ok i fixed the info and patch files and sucessfully built
    and tested it. it works!

     
  • Dave Bullock

    Dave Bullock - 2002-11-07
    • status: open --> open-fixed
     
  • Dave Bullock

    Dave Bullock - 2002-11-07

    corrected info file

     
  • Ben Hines

    Ben Hines - 2002-11-10
    • assigned_to: nobody --> benh57
    • status: open-fixed --> closed-accepted
     
  • Ben Hines

    Ben Hines - 2002-11-10

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    You can't do this:

    InstallScript: cp nat /sw/sbin/

    You need to install it into the .deb file, not directly into the tree. Also, you can't hardcode the /sw because the user can change it. We have a percent expansion for it, %p. To do both, simply use:

    InstallScript: mkdir -p %i/sbin; cp nat %i/sbin

    %i is equal to the base .deb root directory %d, plus the prefix %p, which is (usually, but not always) /sw. AKA %d%p

    With that fix, its fine! I'll add it to fink, in the 10.2/net tree.

     

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