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Thread: Berkeley DB with 1.85 compatibility not found

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    Default Berkeley DB with 1.85 compatibility not found

    I am trying to update dsniff with a patch, but I have the error below when a itry to make ./configure

    Berkeley DB with 1.85 compatibility not found

    Does any one have any idea of what I have to do?
    I tyed to install DB4 but it doesn't work.

    Thx for sharing your info with me

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    This is a section to post bugs AND FIXES!!!!!. Thread moved.

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    Sorry for having post in the wrong topic.
    I have searched, but stilll no solution to my problem
    Please could anyone help me?

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    SO does anyone know how I could enable the compat182 thing on berkeley?
    Does Berkeley install by default or not?
    I am running crazy, so if you have any idea I take it.
    There is a --enable compta185 option when doing ./configure. But is there any way to make it work without reinstalling all the berkeley database?

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    I have found that the dsniff on backtrack isn't the same than the other. So when you want to install the "orginal" dsniff, you have to install berkeley DB with the option "./configure --enable-compta185"

    But I still have a problem installing dsniff.
    I have installed the correct libnet, the correct libnids... but I have errors. Does anyone has tryed to install dsniff on his backtrack?

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    "I have error"......

    This is not adequate enough information for us to be able to help you. Please post what errors you are receiving and some shred of proof that you are trying to figure this out for yourself, because I, not even having this issue, was able to solve it in about 20 minutes worth of research........

    Exercise your Google'Fu........



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    I haven't post without searching on this fuc*** google. If you are to lazy to give a hand, don't even post....

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    I finally resolve this problem, I have installed berkeley with the --enable-compat185 option, and I have patched the dsniff thing (3 patchs to make it work).
    If any one want a tuto for the install, just ask.
    I would be pleased to help

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    hey how the hell did you fix it!!! I am going crazy trying to get it to work!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xanfa View Post
    hey how the hell did you fix it!!! I am going crazy trying to get it to work!!!
    With responses like that of two posts above yours, I doubt you'll actually get him/her to respond with anything worthwhile....



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