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    Default Tutorial : .NET for Backtrack

    This tutorial will walk you through installing Mono (a .NET framework) for Backtrack 3 beta.

    There are numerous tools that you can use on the Windows side for Pen-testing, most of them mentioned in my other tutorial on Intranet Exploitation:
    http://forums.remote-exploit.org/showthread.php?t=12942

    To start, download Mono:
    http://ftp.novell.com/pub/mono/archi...-installer.bin
    Then run it:
    Code:
     chmod 777 mono-1.9_5-installer.bin
    ./mono-1.9_5-installer.bin
    At this point you may get a message about missing libraries. I went out and found them all, they are attached to this tutorial as zip files. If you are missing the libraries, extract them to the /usr/lib directory. (they are in separate files due to file size limitation on the forums).

    You'll then need the libgdiplus libraries too:
    http://anonsvn.mono-project.com/view...ar.gz?view=tar
    Code:
     autoconf configure.in
    At this point you'll probably get an error stating "lMono-INFO: DllImport loading location: 'libgdiplus.dll" or something similar. This is due to the library location not being in the correct path.
    Code:
     nano /etc/ld.so.conf
    add this line:
    /opt/mono-1.9/lib/

    then run (as root):
    Code:
     ldconfig
    Now download the SQLPing tool, or something similar that uses .NET and see if it works. If you have problems, please post so I can update the process. Thanks.

    William

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    Quote Originally Posted by williamc View Post
    This tutorial will walk you through installing Mono (a .NET framework) for Backtrack 3 beta.

    There are numerous tools that you can use on the Windows side for Pen-testing, most of them mentioned in my other tutorial on Intranet Exploitation:
    http://forums.remote-exploit.org/showthread.php?t=12942

    To start, download Mono:
    http://ftp.novell.com/pub/mono/archi...-installer.bin
    Then run it:
    Code:
     chmod 777 mono-1.9_5-installer.bin
    ./mono-1.9_5-installer.bin
    At this point I remember getting a message about missing libraries. I went out and found them all, but I dont recall what they were. If you are missing libraries, please post their names so I can add them to the tutorial as an attachment!

    You'll then need the libgdiplus libraries:
    http://anonsvn.mono-project.com/view...ar.gz?view=tar
    Code:
     autoconf configure.in
    At this point you'll probably get an error stating "lMono-INFO: DllImport loading location: 'libgdiplus.dll" or something similar. This is due to the library location not being in the correct path.
    Code:
     nano /etc/ld.so.conf
    add this line:
    /opt/mono-1.9/lib/

    I haven't tried this tutorial out yet, but I just wanted to post a comment and a little constructive criticism.



    COMMENT:

    Thank you for taking the time to post this tutorial for the other members to use.



    CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM:

    When you make a tutorial, please post EVERYTHING thats required. I understand that you didn't remember the names of the libraries or where you got them...but its a VERY IMPORTANT step you left out! Without those libraries, the compile will be incomplete, and the program wont function properly...if at all. I know you just wanted to help and thats very commendable. Please don't take this as me bashing on you cause that is NOT the case. Just in the future when you post another tutorial, make it complete. Don't be dependent on the other members to fill in your missing blanks. Thats just being lazy IMO.

    Completeness is what separates a great tutorial from a mediocre tutorial.
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    Quote Originally Posted by -=Xploitz=- View Post
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    Completeness is what separates a great tutorial from a mediocre tutorial.
    I completely agree. It's like having a list of ingredients to make a soup, but someone tore apart of the list off.

    Although, 'williamc', 100% for the effort. It's highly appreciated and we all here encourage people to write tutorials and the most important thing is... 'At least you made a tutorial'. Roughly [estimation], around 20-25 people within these forums are the only ones to make tutorials. thats not very much considering the thousands of members we have.

    Good Job


    ...BUT... The libraries man....the libraries

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    ....and the libraries are attached to the first post.
    I went and installed mono on a second laptop and got the dependencies. Thanks for the feedback!

    William

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    Quote Originally Posted by williamc View Post
    ....and the libraries are attached to the first post.
    I went and installed it on a second laptop and got the names. Thanks for the feedback!

    William
    EXCELLENT!

    Now thats what I'm talking about! COMPLETENESS.

    Thanks for not taking what we said to heart. That was very Kool of you. And also a big thanks for coming back and posting all of the required libraries. I only wanted to see your tutorial get all of the positive attention and traffic that it now so deserves.

    Keep up the great job with the tutorials. I'd like to see another one from you in the future.

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