[Snort-users] Fwd: Problem starting snort
David López Zajara (Er_Maqui)
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Tue Jul 5 13:03:11 EDT 2011
There's the data:
rc snort 2.7.0-17
flexible Network Intrusion Detection System
ii libpcap0.8 1.1.1-6
system interface for user-level packet
Now, snort are on inconsistent status (for dpkg) because the start
fails on the configuration process and break all the update. I make
the installation with apt-get package manager. The update will covered
snort, new gcc, some mysql binaries and another libraries. The update
covers, on the network layer, the firewall (working properly after
update them), snort (breaked), netbase, but not libpcap.
For installing snort, i've used before today the default from debian
package (start-stop-daemon --start --quiet --pidfile
/var/run/snort_eth0.pid --exec snort -- -c /etc/snort/snort.eth0.conf
-S "HOME_NET=192.168.0.0/22" -i eth0 > /dev/null
Today, i've added to the configuration the param -v, but the log on
/var/log/daemon.log doesn't have more relevant information of these
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On Tue, Jul 5, 2011 at 16:08, Nick Moore <nmoore***sourcefire.com> wrote:
> Can you re-post with some more information?
> What did you update?
> Version of Snort, Debian, libpcap, daq?
> How did you install Snort - from source, rpm or with other code like a
> firewall such as pfSense?
> Command you are using to start Snort?
> On Tue, Jul 5, 2011 at 6:44 AM, David López Zajara (Er_Maqui)
> <er_maqui at ...15331...> wrote:
>> I have a debian box with snort installed. Before updating today, i
>> have problems to start snort:
>> There's the relevant line of the start log:
>> Jul 5 13:43:32 firewall snort: Initializing Network Interface eth0
>> Jul 5 13:43:32 firewall snort: FATAL ERROR: OpenPcap() device
>> eth0 open: eth0: getsockopt: Protocol not available
>> I've tested changing the interface to eth1, 2 or 3 without another result.
>> Can someone help me with this problem?
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