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    There is nothing wrong the WK.tar.gz. Just now I test it and is OK.

    I don't want to be rude but why don't you listen what Virchanza told you to do?

    Quote Originally Posted by Virchanza
    Anyway, looks like you've got a dodgy tar file. It must have gotten corrupted at some stage.

    You need to download that tar file all over again.

    Did you try the following method?

    Code:
    tar xf WK.tar.gz
    And this is your respond?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bigboot View Post
    It would be very nice, if anyone could download it -> unzip -> repack with winrar or 7zip.
    Show some mercy, please

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    Figured the problem out... but thanks for the feedback.
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    Hey I wrote, that it does not work for me.
    Here my post: hxxp://forums.remote-exploit.org/161243-post6.html

    pls deleted

    Heys guys, it's me again
    Now I have unzip the archive in a sandibox and put the unziped folder on my usb-stick. After bt4 has booted, I put the wk folder on the desktop.
    I made it like in the video tutorial but when I must tip in
    Code:
    ./wkg.sh
    he show me:
    Code:
    bash: ./wkg.sh: /bin/bash^M: bad interpreter: No such file or directory

    What does this mean? the wkg.sh file is in this folder.

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    Use the edit button.

    Make sure you include the command in your $PATH
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    Sorry I thought no one will read my post again, because he was older than 1 week.

    Ähm what did you mean with $PATH? You mean
    Code:
    cd
    cd root
    cd wk
    ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by
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    bash: ./wkg.sh: /bin/bash^M: bad interpreter: No such file or directory[/CODE]
    What does this mean? the wkg.sh file is in this folder.
    edit wkg.sh .
    sees if the first file is written in this way .. without any caracter after

    #/bin/bash

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    Quote Originally Posted by spawn View Post
    edit wkg.sh .
    sees if the first file is written in this way .. without any caracter after

    #/bin/bash
    Maybe like this (?):
    Code:
    #!/bin/bash

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    In the 1. line:
    Code:
    #! /bin/bash
    I didn't edit anything in any file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigboot View Post
    In the 1. line:
    Code:
    #! /bin/bash
    I didn't edit anything in any file.
    So did check what I asked earlier?
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    I postet, that I dont know what you mean with $PATH .
    I looked into the wkg.sh but cant find any $PATH

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