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Old 02-08-2004, 11:01 AM   #31
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hi


only bit readable and interesting I found in ifpromisc in chkrootkit dir:

ifpromisc 0.8 (20
03/11/30)r/proc/net/packetopening /proc/net/packet%*p %*d %d %x
%d %*d %*u %*u %ucannot grok /proc/net/packet: %s/proc/%s/fdgi
ant process name! %s
/proc/%s/fd/%sgiant fd name /proc/%s/fd/%s
/proc/%s/exe/proc0123456789%s: PROMISC PF_PACKET(%s, %s)
%s: not promisc and no PF_PACKET sockets
SIOCGIFCONF: %s
%s: unknown interface.

And don't have any idead about its libraries -lc.

Sorry I'm
 
Old 02-09-2004, 10:27 AM   #32
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Hello i was yesterday configuring some app in kdevelop, and i saw when it was checking for my libraries and stuff, and i see this:

checking for libcrypt....... -lcrypt
checking for dbld.......... -ldb
checking for resolv....... -lresolv
checking for libz ........ -lz
checking for libc ........ -lc

So i guess that you are missing the library call libc i have used mandrake before, and i experience that mandy doesn't install the most of the library necessary for compile some programs, you have later to search it in one of the CD, you should try to do so:

urpmi libc

and see was happens.

I use slackware 9.1, and in case of missing libraries i can't say that i have experience that.

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Old 02-09-2004, 05:52 PM   #33
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thanx again,

Yea I'm getting tired from Mandrake.And yep thinking about Slackware.But I thought that MDK is easier for newbies as me.So I wanted first learn bit about basics,but can't do much because everytime I'd like some source or binary instaled I'm missing something.

I read bit about Slackware.I was thinking about Slackware and Gentoo.Slackware is probably better choice.Ppl says it is hard to install it but when you've done installing everything is much better. I would say Slackware is my favo,for now only teoretically.But in few weeks probably practically.I got those cds downloaded and burned already.

i think the time for changing distro is here

Anyway thanx for helping me,I appreciate someone tried it.

WannaLearnLinux
 
Old 02-09-2004, 06:42 PM   #34
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anyway,libc

so I was trying get libc.

I found at rpmfind.net libc-base-5.3.12.When trying instaled it installer said I need ld.so1,which found at rpmfind and isntalled.Finally didn't need anything else .)
But still same error when tried make sense.No libc found.

So I installed libc-extras-5.3.12,much bigger,so though this will fix that. But it didn't help either.

Well got ready Slackware cds for installing.

It was last chance for MDK
 
Old 02-10-2004, 09:45 AM   #35
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Why you didn't try to locate libc in one of mandy CD ? for my experience whit distros like redhat, mandrake, etc. every time i used to install some library file from a website i get the problem that these distros, doesn't recognize that i already install those library, but if you do it directly from their installations CD only like that those distros recognize that yes the library exist. I remember an old experience of mine whit mandrake, i want someday to install gtk ++ 2.2. and mandy request a lot of extra new software, so i download then, install then and mandy still didn't find then, i put then in my path i did an /sbin/ldconfig (to upgrade libs databases) an mandy recognize the new stuff but, still was giving me the same error, it didn't stop until i install from one of the CD the software mandy was requesting. i get the same problem whit distros like redhat, they maybe are not bad distros, but maybe for the reason that they are friendly, doesn't matter to much of installing the libraries source and extra software request when you wanna compile something. Slackware isn't for gurus, i must admit is a little bit difficult for install but already up and running it gives you less problems, slackware is not friendly at all but i an a newbie, an believe i have learn more in 1 month whit slack that what i did whit mandrake in 6 months. but slackware is not difficult to maintains, the only thing is that you have to configure most of it in commands line, but at least you know slackware worries more for the programmer users and not for the friendly one's i haven't use Gentoo, but i have heard god reference about it. but for now i prefer stay whit slackware cause every day i learn something new in linux whit it. want to use your computer as a game machine and music match join mandrake, wanna be a linux programmer and administrator join slackware or gentoo. i'm not saying Debian, cause Debian is not for newbies but it's a little friendly in some way too, and don't be afraid i'm newbie too an i use slack.

by the way the libc stuff i have it in /usr/lib is called libc.so you should check if it there in mandy, and maybe try to do something to make the configure stuff detect where it is libc, something like ./configure --whit-extra-libs=/usr/libs
 
Old 02-10-2004, 05:35 PM   #36
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hi little_ball

I've read your post about installing Slackware and I'm bit scared now

i think I should at least give it to try,I mean Slackware.

About MDK,I'll look for those libraries on cds.I didn't look before.Well I'm kinda tired from MDK now.I guess I'll try Slack,maybe today.

Thanx for posting little_ball,

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Old 02-10-2004, 08:07 PM   #37
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well if you are so afraid, you should try something easier but not too much, for example knoppix is easy for install but god, to begin in the advanced linux world or you could try Linex, or suse, that they are for newbies but not too newbies.
 
Old 04-01-2004, 11:54 AM   #38
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chkrootkit on MDK 9.1 ?

Have a look at these posts on the above thread, they should sort you out.

Get out of windblows, boot into linux and then look for the packages you need!

Make sure that your Mandrake installation is up yo date, before you dowload the files needed.

Remember that "google 4 linux" is your friend.


Read first, then ask!

How to ask questions the smart way

http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-...ns.html#before

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Old 04-01-2004, 12:35 PM   #39
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Of course, you could re-install using the expert method and make sure you install that stuff during the install. Since this is a fresh install, that might be an idea.
 
Old 04-01-2004, 03:55 PM   #40
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yes

Quote:
Originally posted by catman_za
chkrootkit on MDK 9.1 ?

Have a look at these posts on the above thread, they should sort you out.

Get out of windblows, boot into linux and then look for the packages you need!

Make sure that your Mandrake installation is up yo date, before you dowload the files needed.

Remember that "google 4 linux" is your friend.


Read first, then ask!

How to ask questions the smart way

http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-...ns.html#before

I'm out of windose.Almost,only file sharing DC++ (working on it to start use some Linux version DC).
 
Old 04-01-2004, 03:59 PM   #41
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Quote:
Originally posted by fancypiper
Of course, you could re-install using the expert method and make sure you install that stuff during the install. Since this is a fresh install, that might be an idea.

You mean Expert in Slackware installation?I haven't see it during installation.I already installed it but didn't have a time to search for something I need yet to boot into Slack.
It is about how to tell LILO I want boot into Slack...it should be ease,I saw that somwhere,I just dodn't have a time.

Too bad....I'm slow
 
Old 04-01-2004, 04:09 PM   #42
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No, I was speaking of re-installing Mandrake.

LILO fails: Error messages and their interpretation
LILO mini HOWTO
Multiboot with LILO HOWTO
LILO, Linux Crash Rescue HOW-TO
Installing a bootloader

Last edited by fancypiper; 04-01-2004 at 04:10 PM.
 
Old 04-01-2004, 04:23 PM   #43
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The beauty of linux is that you seldom have to do a complete re-install to fix things. Just look on any of the newer linux distros and all the boot cd's have rescue modes, boot into rescue mode and fix your current installation.

Of course the rescue mode is command line based only, but do not let that scare you

I have only done a re-install cause I completely trash my install. Too much use of "root"

That was my own fault, no-one else to blame except myself.

So be brave, be daring use command line mode, because it really does work
 
Old 04-01-2004, 06:47 PM   #44
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thanx a lot



thank you so much for those How-to's.I'm gonna need them.

 
Old 04-02-2004, 11:17 AM   #45
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Re: thanx a lot

Quote:
Originally posted by WannaLearnLinux
thank you so much for those How-to's.I'm gonna need them.


I am trying to save you having to do a re-install, thats all!
Is that not what we are here for? To help each other and in doing so learn at the same time !


It always helps to paste the actual error text that you get, obviosly only the bits that are relevant. The folks in the know will then be in a beter postion to provide help/guidence etc.

Also keep in mind what the docs on how to ask questions the smart way says.

GOD Bless you, have a wonderful weekend.

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