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    Exclamation Help Installing My Net software

    Hi Guyz

    Im New To BT

    Just Installed From Live CD To Hdd

    I Have Configured My IP And Network Is Working Fine And Fast

    But The Problem Is That To Use My Net I Have To Login In My Account

    And Im Not Able To Install The Login Soft

    I Have Downloaded Login Soft Of Linux Which Code As follows:

    File Name install.sh
    Code:
    #!/bin/bash
    if [ `id --user` -ne 0 ]
    then
    	echo "You should be root to install the Sify Broadband Client"
    	exit 1
    fi
    mkdir -p /usr/bin/
    mkdir -p /usr/.SifyBband
    cp -f sifyconnect /usr/bin/
    cp -f background.png /usr/.SifyBband/
    cp -f icon.png /usr/.SifyBband/
    cp -f systray.png /usr/.SifyBband/
    echo "Sify Broadband Client Installed Successfully"
    And Its Readme File Contains This :

    Code:
    *****************************************************************
    Sify Broadband Client Version 3.0 for Linux (GUI)
    *****************************************************************
    
    Prerequisite:
    
    1. gtk2 version 2.0 or later
    2. openssl 0.9.7 or later
    
    Installation:
    
    	* Run the file install.sh
    		$ ./install.sh
    
    Uninstallation:
    
    	* You should login as root user to install the client
    	* Run the file uninstall.sh
    		$ ./uninstall.sh
    
    Launching the Client:
    
    	* As root user type the following command
    		$ sifyconnect

    any help would be apprectiated



    Thanx A lot

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    Do you have the two pre-requisites?
    A third party security audit is the IT equivalent of a colonoscopy. It's long, intrusive, very uncomfortable, and when it's done, you'll have seen things you really didn't want to see, and you'll never forget that you've had one.

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    LOL with such a username, im sure you will be able to bypass that pb alone ....

    or send us more details like the error messages .....
    Watch your back, your packetz will belong to me soon... xD

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    Moved to no0bie area.
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    This I What I Get When I Paste That Code In Konsole

    Code:
    bt ~ # if [ `id --user` -ne 0 ]
    > then
    >
    .AutoScan/         .fluxbox/          .kderc             .serverauth.4656
    .DCOPserver_bt_:0  .fonts.cache-1     .local/            .serverauth.4659
    .DCOPserver_bt__0  .fonts.conf        .macromedia/       .subversion/
    .ICEauthority      .fullcircle/       .mc/               .thumbnails/
    .Xauthority        .gconf/            .mcop/             .vnc/
    .Xresources        .gconfd/           .mcoprc            .wine/
    .autopsy/          .gnome2/           .mozilla/          .xchat2/
    .bash_history      .gnome2_private/   .mplayer/          .xmms/
    .bashrc            .icons/            .msf3/             Desktop/
    .config/           .joerc             .qt/               Set IP address
    .conkyrc           .kde/              .serverauth.3232   sample_scripts/
    > echo "You should be root to install the Sify Broadband Client"
    >
    .AutoScan/         .fluxbox/          .kderc             .serverauth.4656
    .DCOPserver_bt_:0  .fonts.cache-1     .local/            .serverauth.4659
    .DCOPserver_bt__0  .fonts.conf        .macromedia/       .subversion/
    .ICEauthority      .fullcircle/       .mc/               .thumbnails/
    .Xauthority        .gconf/            .mcop/             .vnc/
    .Xresources        .gconfd/           .mcoprc            .wine/
    .autopsy/          .gnome2/           .mozilla/          .xchat2/
    .bash_history      .gnome2_private/   .mplayer/          .xmms/
    .bashrc            .icons/            .msf3/             Desktop/
    .config/           .joerc             .qt/               Set IP address
    .conkyrc           .kde/              .serverauth.3232   sample_scripts/
    > exit 1
    > fi
    bt ~ # mkdir -p /usr/bin/
    bt ~ # mkdir -p /usr/.SifyBband
    bt ~ # cp -f sifyconnect /usr/bin/
    cp: cannot stat `sifyconnect': No such file or directory
    bt ~ # cp -f background.png /usr/.SifyBband/
    cp: cannot stat `background.png': No such file or directory
    bt ~ # cp -f icon.png /usr/.SifyBband/
    cp: cannot stat `icon.png': No such file or directory
    bt ~ # cp -f systray.png /usr/.SifyBband/
    cp: cannot stat `systray.png': No such file or directory
    bt ~ # echo "Sify Broadband Client Installed Successfully"
    So Please help me Out

    Im using Linux For First Time

    Thanx

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    so try maybe an easier distro ..........
    Watch your back, your packetz will belong to me soon... xD

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    He never even answered streaker whether he had the two prerequisite softwares. If you don't have those its never going to work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hackerz_King View Post
    This I What I Get When I Paste That Code In Konsole

    Code:
    bt ~ # if [ `id --user` -ne 0 ]
    > then
    >
    .AutoScan/         .fluxbox/          .kderc             .serverauth.4656
    .DCOPserver_bt_:0  .fonts.cache-1     .local/            .serverauth.4659
    .DCOPserver_bt__0  .fonts.conf        .macromedia/       .subversion/
    .ICEauthority      .fullcircle/       .mc/               .thumbnails/
    .Xauthority        .gconf/            .mcop/             .vnc/
    .Xresources        .gconfd/           .mcoprc            .wine/
    .autopsy/          .gnome2/           .mozilla/          .xchat2/
    .bash_history      .gnome2_private/   .mplayer/          .xmms/
    .bashrc            .icons/            .msf3/             Desktop/
    .config/           .joerc             .qt/               Set IP address
    .conkyrc           .kde/              .serverauth.3232   sample_scripts/
    > echo "You should be root to install the Sify Broadband Client"
    >
    .AutoScan/         .fluxbox/          .kderc             .serverauth.4656
    .DCOPserver_bt_:0  .fonts.cache-1     .local/            .serverauth.4659
    .DCOPserver_bt__0  .fonts.conf        .macromedia/       .subversion/
    .ICEauthority      .fullcircle/       .mc/               .thumbnails/
    .Xauthority        .gconf/            .mcop/             .vnc/
    .Xresources        .gconfd/           .mcoprc            .wine/
    .autopsy/          .gnome2/           .mozilla/          .xchat2/
    .bash_history      .gnome2_private/   .mplayer/          .xmms/
    .bashrc            .icons/            .msf3/             Desktop/
    .config/           .joerc             .qt/               Set IP address
    .conkyrc           .kde/              .serverauth.3232   sample_scripts/
    > exit 1
    > fi
    bt ~ # mkdir -p /usr/bin/
    bt ~ # mkdir -p /usr/.SifyBband
    bt ~ # cp -f sifyconnect /usr/bin/
    cp: cannot stat `sifyconnect': No such file or directory
    bt ~ # cp -f background.png /usr/.SifyBband/
    cp: cannot stat `background.png': No such file or directory
    bt ~ # cp -f icon.png /usr/.SifyBband/
    cp: cannot stat `icon.png': No such file or directory
    bt ~ # cp -f systray.png /usr/.SifyBband/
    cp: cannot stat `systray.png': No such file or directory
    bt ~ # echo "Sify Broadband Client Installed Successfully"
    So Please help me Out

    Im using Linux For First Time

    Thanx
    I agree with the others. You should consider using a different distro. Backtrack is not for you.
    A third party security audit is the IT equivalent of a colonoscopy. It's long, intrusive, very uncomfortable, and when it's done, you'll have seen things you really didn't want to see, and you'll never forget that you've had one.

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    No Havent Installed The Two Pre Requieties can anyone tell me about it

    asi search all forum for that

    any link to download that

    and about i should use different distro is a way of discouraging people to learn something

    im first timing using linux but i lean fast

    i did many things in that without any help

    as i dont know much about linux thats y was here for help

    so please help

    thanx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hackerz_King View Post
    No Havent Installed The Two Pre Requieties can anyone tell me about it
    Code:
    Prerequisite:
    1. gtk2 version 2.0 or later
    2. openssl 0.9.7 or later
    Try working some google'fu on gtk2 or openssl.
    and about i should use different distro is a way of discouraging people to learn something
    We're not discouraging you from learning, we're encouraging you to learn something easier. BT is NOT a beginners distro, no matter how much of a "Hackerz_King" you believe you are.
    im first timing using linux but i lean fast
    All evidence to the contrary.
    i did many things in that without any help
    Congrats
    as i dont know much about linux thats y was here for help
    Which is why we suggested an easier distro (like Ubuntu).
    I'm a compulsive post editor, you might wanna wait until my post has been online for 5-10 mins before quoting it as it will likely change.

    I know I seem harsh in some of my replies. SORRY! But if you're doing something illegal or posting something that seems to be obvious BS I'm going to call you on it.

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