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    the author is shamanvirtuel, here's his googlecode page:
    http://code.google.com/u/shamanvirtuel/

    if you need any help, or someone to help testing, feel free to ask

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    try to lzm2dir to /tmp/spoonwep2 dir and try review the lib scripts. try to start from this directory. In ./usr/local/bin dir there is a script with full java command to be executed. Try to execute from bash. I installed Java 6 on BT3 and it worked properly. I have not tested on BT4 yet.

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    Hi,

    Is there somebody who can recompile ...spoon... codes to BT4 ?

    thanks

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    guys, shamanvirtuel has stopped support for java in his code, and has moved on to python. So... expect the spoon programs to be ready soon (soon = when ready), in python.

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    @kiwidude:

    your java is right. i remember to had the same problem at all on BT3. First i trieded one of shamans programs in modules folder, but i have no success with ALL programs, only parently. yeah, and one had a problem that your discribed

    make a test. when you are on liveinstall, delete the lzm file in modules directory AND extract the lzm-file manually lzm2dir....... (after reboot your program is gone, but you can test this out). This one works good for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by St3f@n View Post
    @kiwidude:

    your java is right. i remember to had the same problem at all on BT3. First i trieded one of shamans programs in modules folder, but i have no success with ALL programs, only parently. yeah, and one had a problem that your discribed

    make a test. when you are on liveinstall, delete the lzm file in modules directory AND extract the lzm-file manually lzm2dir....... (after reboot your program is gone, but you can test this out). This one works good for me.
    did this way worked in bt4 or in bt3

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    Hello,
    As I stated it does work flawlessly on BT3 but not on BT4..Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by roblad View Post
    Hi,

    Is there somebody who can recompile ...spoon... codes to BT4 ?

    thanks
    Roblad, that's pretty much what this whole topic is about....
    Thanks for the info xorred

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    Quote Originally Posted by aliendude5300 View Post
    I know a bit of Java... if I had the source, I might be able to figure out what's wrong with it. My guess is that the original SpoonWEP 2 depended on a certain package to be installed that was included by default in BackTrack 3 which is no longer included in BackTrack 4. Either that, or because BT4 is the first version of BT to be based on Debian and rely on the Aptitude Package management system, some files/information may be located in different locations or formats. My guess is that SpoonWEP simply needs to be adapted to be compatible with the software that is included in BackTrack 4.
    you can decompile the code with a Decompiler like DJ Java Decompiler.

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    Hi,


    Does somebody recreate it for BT4 and it is avalliable somewere as a lzm module ?

    RL

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