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    Default lzm2dir , command not found

    just installed backtrack Pre
    i want to install a certain .lzm ( module)
    so i type lzm2dir test.lzm /
    bash : lzm2dir : command not found.

    does any1 else have this problem ?

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    That method is no longer used.

    apt-get install (whatever you need)

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    I think it's still handy to have lzm2dir for installing applications that you can't get from apt-get, for instance I used lzm2dir to install SpoonWEP recently.

    For what's it worth, it would have my vote to remain on the LiveCD.
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    Virchanza,

    Better to put your request in for a feature in the final BT4.....Spoonwep2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pureh@te View Post
    That method is no longer used.

    apt-get install (whatever you need)
    thnks for answering
    but didnt work out.

    root@bt:~# apt-get install spoonwep2.lzm
    Reading package lists... Done
    Building dependency tree
    Reading state information... Done
    E: Couldn't find package spoonwep2.lzm


    any ideas how to install .lzm ??
    thnks again.

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    download alien then convert it to .deb.........

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    last time I commented on such a thread I got in infraction... but I will allow myself to comment again. Dude, why the hell did you apt-get install spoonwep.lzm? OMG...
    Ok, to the point. Even if you manage to install it it will not work. It's built for another distro, another kernel, another version of aircrack... just wait till the developer comes up with the latest version, until then google for "wep crack script". Not a gui, but hell, ... hope you manage without one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slamshedida View Post
    just installed backtrack Pre
    i want to install a certain .lzm ( module)
    so i type lzm2dir test.lzm /
    bash : lzm2dir : command not found.

    does any1 else have this problem ?
    Yes, I am having this issue as well- I think they took this command out of the pre final

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    Man apt-get will probably help you more (at the OP) than spoonwep.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xorred View Post
    last time I commented on such a thread I got in infraction... but I will allow myself to comment again. Dude, why the hell did you apt-get install spoonwep.lzm? OMG...
    Ok, to the point. Even if you manage to install it it will not work. It's built for another distro, another kernel, another version of aircrack... just wait till the developer comes up with the latest version, until then google for "wep crack script". Not a gui, but hell, ... hope you manage without one.
    thnx xorred

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