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Description of problem:
After installing the package 'snort-2.1.0' or 'ettercap-0.6.9', . I
get the error message bash: ettercap: command not/ bash: snort:
command not found. Also, during installation of said programs I get a
NOKEY warning during the installation.
I tried rpm --import /usr/share/doc/rpm-4.2/RPM-GPG-KEY to solve the
NOKEY problem, but no luck with that either.
So I installed snort using --nosignature, but that doesn't appear to
work, because the command to run the program is still not
I checked to make sure the program is installed with whereis, man, and
rpm -qi and the package to be installed.
I'm new to Linux, am I missing something stupid? Any help would be
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.rpm -ivh snort-2.1.0-rh90.i386.rpm
2.type 'snort' or whatever command to run program into run or
terminal, get 'bash: snort: command not found
Actual Results: Exactly what is mentioned above.
Expected Results: The Snort IDS should've started up and the NOKEY
problem should've been resolved.
NOKEY just means that you don't have the pubkey for that
signature, can be ignored.
The package is unlikely to have been signed with RPM-PGP-KEY,
you will nee to find the pubkey with the fingerprint id
rpm -ql snort will give you list of files that are in the package.
You appear to be missing a path, perhaps /usr/sbin, in your
PATH environment variable.