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    Quote Originally Posted by darkstrike View Post
    Hi! Hate to bump this thread, but did anybody have any ideas how to get LinSSID working from my earlier post?

    I ran an strace - the outcome seems to be a segmentation fault...?
    Hey darkstrike,

    Sorry I've been a little slow to respond. Can you post up the segmentation fault (or even better, put it up on PasteBin and give us a link), because I'll bet Warren would like to see it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel View Post
    Hey darkstrike,

    Sorry I've been a little slow to respond. Can you post up the segmentation fault (or even better, put it up on PasteBin and give us a link), because I'll bet Warren would like to see it.
    Thanks Joel,

    No worries, I understand you guys have paid work to deal with!

    Never used PasteBin before, so hope this is right! I copied everything in the terminal window, but I think it missed some at the top:

    http://pastebin.com/LVf9eThn

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkstrike View Post
    Thanks Joel,

    No worries, I understand you guys have paid work to deal with!

    Never used PasteBin before, so hope this is right! I copied everything in the terminal window, but I think it missed some at the top:

    http://pastebin.com/LVf9eThn
    Perfect! Now let's give Warren a few days to see this.

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    Sure, thanks for the help!

    I find tools like LinSSID and inSSIDer very handy, so if I can get something similar working, that'll be great!

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    I'm happy to report that LinSSID was successfully installed in Peppermint 3 (based on Ubuntu 12.04) following the instructions given by Joel and now runs happily on this 10-year old PC, hitting barely 3% CPU in the task manager! Well done! BTW, the data provided for the neighborhood wifi routers are identical with those provided by InSSIDer 2 for Windows (checked those a few minutes ago), so I take it that LinSSID is accurate, too.
    If I may suggest something, there should be a way to verify the signature, for, when updating, I got the message "W: GPG error: http://ppa.launchpad.net precise Release: The following signatures couldn't be verified because the public key is not available: NO_PUBKEY 55E2097C08E6D617". Nevertheless, when I subsequently issued the command to install LinSSID, it installed OK, save for a warning about the LinSSID not being authenticated. I suppose something like that could be a bit worrisome for some users.

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    One "stupid" question... How do I compile and run LinSSID on my Fedora 17 box?

    I have downloaded the source from http://sourceforge.net/projects/lins...ar.gz/download and don't know how to run it

    Thanks for your help and looking forward to test the software!

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrejt View Post
    One "stupid" question... How do I compile and run LinSSID on my Fedora 17 box?
    This guide about compiling and building from source might be useful to you!

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    I have now managed to start the compiling process, but it gets stucked at :

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    g++ -Wl,-O1 -Wl,-z,relro -o dist/Release/linssid build/Release/Getter.o build/Release/main.o build/Release/MainForm.o build/Release/prefsDialog.o build/Release/AboutBox.o build/Release/passBox.o build/Release/moc_passBox.o build/Release/moc_Getter.o build/Release/moc_AboutBox.o build/Release/moc_prefsDialog.o build/Release/moc_MainForm.o -L/usr/lib /usr/lib/libboost_regex-mt.a /usr/lib/libqwt.so -lQtGui -lQtCore -lpthread
    g++: error: /usr/lib/libboost_regex-mt.a: No such file or directory
    make: *** [dist/Release/linssid] Error 1
    [andrej@sutka-nb linssid-1.9]$

    I have the package boost-regex-1.48.0-14.fc17.i686 installed.

    Any ideas?
    Last edited by andrejt; 05-06-2013 at 07:46 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrejt View Post
    Any ideas?
    None here, but you might want to go try a Linux forum. You might be able to get this specific problem figured out with some expert assistance.

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    Hi All happy to say that i have Linssid up running for a few months great work. The results are similar to Inssider on windows.
    I will run some testing during next week provide a feedback.

    I am running 1.8.1.6 on opensuse 12.3 but when i start it --d mode and type the root password it get get those entries

    sudo: iwlist: command not found
    sudo: iwlist: command not found

    A few post back it was mentioned that is the special character bug was fixed in which version has this fix been checked in.

    thanks in advance

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