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Old 09-18-2010, 09:00 AM   #1
panonoobis
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fasttrack metasploit unknown command


hay all

i have a question for you dude's and girls

i am running fedora core 13 and have some probs with fast-track / metasploit when i use fasttrack and metasploit starts i get this


Code:
msf > db_driver sqlite3
[-] Unknown command: db_driver.
msf > db_destroy pentest
[-] Unknown command: db_destroy.
msf > db_create pentest
[-] Unknown command: db_create.
msf > db_nmap -PN 192.168.1.100 
[-] Unknown command: db_nmap.
msf > db_autopwn -p -t -e -r
[-] Unknown command: db_autopwn.
msf > sleep 5
msf > jobs -K
Stopping all jobs...
resould from fasttrack
Code:
python setup.py install
Code:
-] Finished with setup [-]
[-] Try running Fast-Track now. [-]
[-] If unsucessful, manually compile from source the deps. [-]
[-] Re-checking dependencies... [-]





***********************************************
******* Performing dependency checks... *******
***********************************************

*** FreeTDS and PYMMSQL are installed. (Check) ***
*** PExpect is installed. (Check) ***
*** ClientForm is installed. (Check) ***
*** Psyco is installed. (Check) ***
*** Beautiful Soup is installed. (Check) ***
*** PyMills is installed. (Check) ***

Also ensure ProFTP, WinEXE, and SQLite3 is installed from
the Updates/Installation menu.

Your system has all requirements needed to run Fast-Track!


Finished..running ldconfig to wrap everything up...

Fast-Track setup exiting...
can someone help me with this,
sqlite3 is instald correctly


fasttrack is installt corectly and installt metasploit with the rpm packige,

sorry for my capy english btw

greets

Last edited by panonoobis; 09-18-2010 at 09:45 AM.
 
Old 09-23-2010, 11:54 AM   #2
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If they are properly installed the binary might have changed it current location and is not found in your path. Go find it and make a link into /usr/bin using -$ ln -s command.
 
Old 09-24-2010, 08:23 PM   #3
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hay thenkx for the tip but they sqlite3 is in the /usr/bin dir so no luck but stil thenkx.

Greets panonoobis
 
  


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