[Snort-devel] Re: [Snort-users] flexresp,Libnet problem?
jeff at ...835...
Thu Mar 27 12:20:04 EST 2003
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I'd love to help you, but alas it's impossible if you don't provide more
information on the problem.
Start by applying the patches available here:
and make sure to read the READ_ME_FIRST.txt file.
There are patches for 1.9.1 and 2.0.0rc1 available.
When reporting a problem with Snort, read the BUGS file in the doc
directory BEFORE you report a problem. This will ensure you don't waste
your own time, bandwidth and the precious time of those working on the
- --On Thursday, March 27, 2003 4:49 -0800 Mahdi Kefayati
<kefaiati at ...398...> wrote:
> In the Name of the Dearest
> Hi All,
> I'm trying to install snort 1.9.1 with flexresp functionality along with
> snmp, database(mysql), prefmonitoring and smbalerts functionalities on
> Redhat Linux 8.0, kernel 2.4.20.
> the configuration script works fine until I add --with-flexresp option to
> it. the error talks about libnet problems but I have installed both
> Libnet-1.0.2a and libnet-0.10.11.
> Also I must note that i edited the configuration script so that it seek
> for snmp lib's not in include but in library directory, but I think there
> is no relation between this and the problem, I thought noting it might be
> useful ;).
> any body who has setup flexresp completely please help me asap.
> Mahdi Kefayati
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