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    Default Unicorn scan

    In case anyone hadn't noticed yet unicorn scan is missing. i'm sure it was just a small over site. The tool may be downloaded here

    http://www.unicornscan.org/

    I use the newest version 4.7 I assumed that was what was suppose to be in there. It was a simple install
    extract the archive
    ./configure
    make
    make install

    And all the files end up in the right place no other editing needed.

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    NO
    /usr/local/bin/unicornscan



    it's here !
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    Quote Originally Posted by pureh@te View Post
    In case anyone hadn't noticed yet unicorn scan is missing. i'm sure it was just a small over site. The tool may be downloaded here

    http://www.unicornscan.org/

    I use the newest version 4.7 I assumed that was what was suppose to be in there. It was a simple install
    extract the archive
    ./configure
    make
    make install

    And all the files end up in the right place no other editing needed.
    Use the SEARCH FUNCTION Hate! Haha, just kidding fella.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shamanvirtuel View Post
    NO
    /usr/local/bin/unicornscan



    it's here !
    try to launch it from the kde menu then. It should be in /usr/local/etc which is where it is installed by default.

    Okay so it needs to be changed in the kde menu to /usr/local/bin/unicornscan

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    error when running

    THE /etc/unicornscan folder, should be in
    /usr/local/etc/unicornscan

    and unicorn.conf renamed to unicornscan.conf

    FIX :

    cp -a /etc/unicornscan /usr/local/etc/
    cp /usr/local/etc/unicornscan/unicorn.conf /usr/local/etc/unicornscan/unicornscan.conf

    now it works

    or alternatively you can make a symbolic link
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    Allright shamen added your way to the wiki

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    Default Missing unicornscan pgsql setup script/menu item

    I also noticed that the unicornscan pgsql setup is no longer in the menus, nor can I find it in the filesystem. Any ideas?

    coldsno

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    To have only one set of config files to worry about:
    Quote Originally Posted by shamanvirtuel View Post
    or alternatively you can make a symbolic link
    ln -s /etc/unicornscan/ /usr/local/etc/unicornscan

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    Quote Originally Posted by shamanvirtuel View Post
    error when running

    THE /etc/unicornscan folder, should be in
    /usr/local/etc/unicornscan

    and unicorn.conf renamed to unicornscan.conf

    FIX :

    cp -a /etc/unicornscan /usr/local/etc/
    cp /usr/local/etc/unicornscan/unicorn.conf /usr/local/etc/unicornscan/unicornscan.conf

    now it works

    or alternatively you can make a symbolic link
    I recently decided to give this program a shot in BT3b. My first attempt I received this error:

    Code:
    Send [Error   socktrans.c:123] bind() path `/usr/local/var/unicornscan/send' fails: No such file or directory
    Send exiting cant create listener socket: system error No such file or directory
    Recv [Error   socktrans.c:123] bind() path `/usr/local/var/unicornscan/listen' fails: No such file or directory
    Recv exiting cant create listener socket: system error No such file or directory
    Had to create a directory /usr/local/var/unicornscan/

    Note: do not make the send and listen directories/files yourself otherwise you will get a different sort of error.

    Now it seems to scan but I'm not seeing any output the only way I have verified that it is scanning is by checking my logs. I'll have to mess around with this more. Just wondering if anyone else has had this error.

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    Before shamen posted that fix I just reinstalled mine in the correct directory from source and has worked great ever since.

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