[Snort-users] using Flex resp

Steve Halligan agent33 at ...187...
Thu Jan 31 08:57:14 EST 2002


Do a 'make clean' before you make.

> I've installed snort on my red hat linux ditribution and it 
> works really
> good.
> Browsing the documentation my attention as been catched by 
> the flex resp
> feauture that permits to block bad traffic.
> I've installed snort without the --enable-flexresp option in 
> the configure
> command.
> In the FAQ 5.6 the solution is to run again the ./configure with
> --enable-flexresp option and reinstall the software.
> the command: ./configure --enable-flexresp worked good, but 
> when I tried to
> launch:
> #make 
> I got the message: Nothing to be done for `all'
> with the command
> #make install 
> I got the message: make[1]: Entering directory `/snort/snort-1.8.3'
> 		make[1]: Nothing to be done for `install-exec-am'.
> 		make[1]: Nothing to be done for `install-data-am'.
> 		make[1]: Leaving directory `/snort/snort-1.8.3'
> 
> How can I reconfigure my software to use the flex response?
> 
> Regards
> 
> -----------------------------------------------------
> Damiano Cangi 
> 
> 
> 
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