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Old 08-18-2004, 11:44 AM   #1
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Airsnort install

First off, I'm as new to Linux as you can get. Second, I'm running the latest version of Knoppix on my hard drive and I'm trying to install airsnort. On the airsnort web site it tells me that I need to run the following:

tar -xzf airsnort-0.2.3a.tar.gz
cd airsnort-0.2.3a

The tar command returns an error saying no suc file or directory, although there is an airsnort-0.2.3a directory. The autogen commands runs until it gets to this error: Package gtk+-2.0 was not found in the pkg-config search path. I have downloaded the latest glib tar file. How do I change the path to include this? Is there an install for the glib?

Any help appreicated. Thanks


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