[Owasp-webscarab] installing webscarab on Linux Fedora
nigels at wymes.demon.co.uk
Fri Jan 7 04:37:23 EST 2005
The locate command did the trick and I found the java binary file lurking in
I then ran the command and webscarab executed just fine. I had taken the
easy option and used the search facility available via the menu. The search
facility failed to find the file !
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To: "Nigel Sykes" <nigels at wymes.demon.co.uk>
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Subject: Re: [Owasp-webscarab] installing webscarab on Linux Fedora
> Quoting Nigel Sykes <nigels at wymes.demon.co.uk>:
>> with regards to the XP issues deleting all previous traces of the program
>> and any files or directories that existed did the trick . With regards to
>> the Linux installation I do not appear to have the java program (i.e.
>> <path_to>/java -jar <path_to>/webscarab.jar) on my machine ? As I have
>> mozilla firefox browser installed all that is required for java support
>> for the sun java run time environment to be installed (which it is ) and
>> symbolic link to the relevant plug-in file ns610-gcc32 from the mozilla
>> plugin directory. This done I tested various java applets which ran ok.
> Hi Nigel,
> You need to have a JRE on your machine to run applets. I'm not sure how
> browser accesses it, but if you can run java applets, it should be there.
> try something like:
> locate java | grep bin
> in a terminal window to see where it is hiding itself.
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