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  1. #1
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    Default Compiling Firewalk in Backtrack 4

    First download firewalk-5.0.tgz

    After line 191 in src/firewalk.c insert:
    Code:
    Before:
                        default:
                            /* empty */
    
    After:
                        default:
                        break;
                            /* empty */
    Change line 41 in SOURCE
    Code:
    Before:
    #include <dnet.h>
    
    After:
    #include <dumbnet.h>
    Change line 41 in include/firewalk.h
    Code:
    Before:
    #include <dnet.h>
    
    After:
    #include <dumbnet.h>
    Change lines 2370,2406,2418 in configure
    Code:
    Before:
    LIBS="-ldnet  $LIBS"
    
    After:
    LIBS="-ldumbnet  $LIBS"
    
    Before:
    ac_cv_lib_dnet_arp_get=no
    
    After:
    ac_cv_lib_dnet_arp_get=yes
    
    Before:
      LIBS="-ldnet $LIBS"
    
    After:
      LIBS="-ldumbnet $LIBS"
    Install package libdumbnet-dev

    ./configure
    make

    Copy firewalk to /usr/bin
    and man/firewalk.8 to /usr/local/man/man8

    I include modified source files and compiled executable in the Attachment

    Enjoy!
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    Default Re: Compiling Firewalk in Backtrack 4

    it was just awesome....great job dude..

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    Default Re: Compiling Firewalk in Backtrack 4

    Nice! I could not get this to work even after searching the web. Thank you! But why the odd file name for the attachment? Looks like some XSS encoding. Oh well, I downloaded and compiled it from the web anyway.

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