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    Default openvas-check-setup.sh

    Hello,

    today i installed backtrack 5 first time.
    i want to start the "openvas-check-setup" over gnome.

    i get that messege in terminal

    sh: /pentest/misc/openvas/openvas-check-setup.sh: No such file or directory

    the problem ist theres no ".sh" at the end of file

    /pentest/misc/openvas/openvas-check-setup

    ...koxbox

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    Default Re: openvas-check-setup.sh

    You have to cd /pentest/misc/openvas and then ./openvas-check-setup

    I am having issues in R2, however, with the NVT database being too small. Nothing seems to fix this. I've deleted tasks.db and run openvasmd --rebuild but to no avail. Perhaps a bug in the openvas setup on bt5 r2? This occurs on the live drive and an actual install :-/

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    Default Re: openvas-check-setup.sh

    Quote Originally Posted by Shamcaster View Post
    You have to cd /pentest/misc/openvas and then ./openvas-check-setup

    I am having issues in R2, however, with the NVT database being too small. Nothing seems to fix this. I've deleted tasks.db and run openvasmd --rebuild but to no avail. Perhaps a bug in the openvas setup on bt5 r2? This occurs on the live drive and an actual install :-/

    Im having issues in R2 aswell, getting the "sh: /pentest/misc/openvas/openvas-check-setup.sh: No such file or directory" trying the openvas-check-setup script from gui. This is my first time using this but im followed 2 different tut and neither work, i go to login on web i get "login failed", i try the gui greenbone it just hangs think i will go to non R version unless someone knows a fix for all these issues?

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