More (newbie) Macports issues
mark.duling at biola.edu
Tue Feb 27 18:55:10 PST 2007
Garrett Reid <garrett.reid at gmail.com> on Tuesday, February 27, 2007 at
11:10 AM -0800 wrote:
>I have a fairly fresh macports install, but a few parts seem broken.
>Any help would be much appreciated.
>tcptraceroute doesn't work.
>On a tcptraceroute google.com, I get:
>libnet_write failed? Attempted to write 40 bytes, only wrote -1
I saw this too. There was a patch to libnet11's configure.in committed
some time ago that was supposed to fix this.
But it looks like autoconf is not run so it doesn't take effect. I
into the libnet11 portfile and uninstalled, cleaned, reinstalled and now
tcptraceroute works on my MacBook. If someone can confirm this the fix
could be committed. I know Toby won't mind someone else committing the
change, because I've emailed him in the past for this port. But I'm
leaving town tonight and I don't want to make any changes now for safety's
sake. But try it and someone else could commit it.
>When I install ophcrack, it installs fine, but then won't run:
>Xlib: connection to ":0.0" refused by server
>Xlib: No protocol specified
>(ophcrack:11749): Gtk-WARNING **: cannot open display:
You need X11 running and this line in your shell environment.
>I have installed (installed in this order):
>(deactivated libnet11, activated libnet for dsniff)
Perhaps we need to make libnet11 and libnet compatible like the FreeBSD
and OpenBSD projects have done.
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