Well, Naaren82, you got farther than I did with the manual compile, I kept getting stuck with the configure script.
It turns out the honeyd package is in the debian squeeze repository but not the kali ones. Fortunately, since Kali is debian based, you can add a debian repository to the sources.list and install it using apt. It gets the honeyd-1.5c version
After finding the package in the repositories I found specific instructions here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2...ge-honeyd-kali
Essentially, edit /etc/apt/sources.list with your favorite text editor and add one of the squeeze repository mirrors,
for example add the following line if you're in the US:
after saving this, I was able to successfully install via apt-get install honeyd
You can probably find closer mirrors by going to this page, clicking on the architecture you want at the bottom in the download honeyd section and replacing ftp.us.debian.org/debian in the line with one listed that's closer to you
Please note that while dependencies are automatically handled by apt after adding the repository to the sources.list file, manually downloading the deb file and trying to install with it failes due to dependencies, so you're better off just using the repository.