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Old 04-09-2012, 03:29 PM   #1
lev.carlson
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Sebek Installation Problem (Invalid module format)


I am having difficulty installing Sebek(client) on Ubuntu 11.10. (Picture attached). When I try to execute:

./configure --disable-raw-socket-replacement

It says it is not recognized. And when I try this:

./sbk_install.sh, it gives me the following error:

$Installing Sebek:
0 1:8960:::::::::14:3887
1 2:36864::::::::::
2 0:8960:::::::::14:2692
insmod: error inserting '14703549.o': -1 Invalid module format
$ 14703549.o install failed

I have modified the sbk_install.sh file like this:
(Look at the simple diagram I have attached)

Interface: eth2
Destination IP: 10.10.10.66 (eth2 IP address)
Destination MAC: eth2 MAC address
Destination port: 1101
Module name: (didn't put anything)

How can I correct the error above?

Is the above configuration of (sbk_install.sh) wrong?

Many thanks.

.
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Old 04-10-2012, 05:33 AM   #2
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insmod: error inserting '14703549.o': -1 Invalid module format
maybe you mixed 32/64 bit systems, that .o file is incompatible with your current kernel
 
Old 09-26-2012, 12:39 PM   #3
filipluiz
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managed to solve?

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Originally Posted by lev.carlson View Post
I am having difficulty installing Sebek(client) on Ubuntu 11.10. (Picture attached). When I try to execute:

./configure --disable-raw-socket-replacement

It says it is not recognized. And when I try this:

./sbk_install.sh, it gives me the following error:

$Installing Sebek:
0 1:8960:::::::::14:3887
1 2:36864::::::::::
2 0:8960:::::::::14:2692
insmod: error inserting '14703549.o': -1 Invalid module format
$ 14703549.o install failed

I have modified the sbk_install.sh file like this:
(Look at the simple diagram I have attached)

Interface: eth2
Destination IP: 10.10.10.66 (eth2 IP address)
Destination MAC: eth2 MAC address
Destination port: 1101
Module name: (didn't put anything)

How can I correct the error above?

Is the above configuration of (sbk_install.sh) wrong?

Many thanks.

.
 
  


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