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  1. Hahaha, I'm glad someone knows about my location.
  2. Awesome. That's good to know! Nice, I'll check that out very soon. Thanks for the suggestion!
  3. Got it. It's nice to go to a website and not have to wait ages for it to load here.
  4. Is there an easier way to update modules than clicking remove and then installing them again? If not, is an "update" button planned for the future? That would be really nice!
  5. Too bad I just paid for a year for a domain and hosting on domain.com. I'd switch but it's too troublesome and I just paid like two weeks ago. It's a good suggestion for me to switch but I think I'll stay with domain.com for at least a year and pay my $9 for private whois info. I guess $9 is worth saving the trouble of switching over... Hmm, that's a good point about credit reports. Are you also using Gandi.net for hosting? I too left GoDaddy because of SOPA and went over to domain.com since Hak5 promotes it. I've noticed that you're website is super fast, as is Gandi.net, compared to other websites where I live. However, my website and domain.com loads rather slowly in my part of the world.
  6. Nope, just something I heard and wanted to check with others to see if they've heard anything similar. Actually, I just checked the documentation when buying it and read this: "Domain.com, LLC does not have any ownership interest in your specific personal registration information outside of its rights in its Domain Database."
  7. Not really, but I head that if you choose to buy the confidential whois, whoever does your hosting technically owns your website. Do you know anything about that?
  8. I'm working on a website and every time I login to my account on domain.com, I'm prompted to buy confidential whois. Is it worth it? Are there any downsides to this besides paying for it?
  9. Thanks for all the replies guys. I've figured out my problem and Mr-Protocol was right. I was in the home folder and not actually in root...
  10. Hmm, thanks for the video. It was pretty interesting. I guess the easiest way to fix my problem is just reinstalling BT5, which worked. I must've screwed it up somehow... Anyways, thanks again.
  11. I had the same problem if I rebooted before I reinstalled Wicd but it worked fine if I was using an ethernet cable rather than the wireless card. Did you try that? You might have to look up how to manually start networking and I suppose it would work. Check the basic usage page on Backtrack's website. Here's the link.
  12. Okay, great! That fixed it! But I put it as /pineapple/includes/displaysnarflogs.php since it's in includes not pineapple. I still have another problem though. It's not displaying the logs correctly. I have URLs in the urlsnarf.log file but it's being displayed like this:""""""""""
  13. I remade the files but it's still not working so I'll copy over what I've got: (All of this is in /www/pineapple/includes. The only things I've changed is the path to urlsnarf.log in geturlsnarf.sh and also every path that was to /www/pineapple to /www/pineapple/includes.) This is geturlsnarf.sh: #!/bin/sh tail /www/pineapple/logs/urlsnarf.log | awk {'print $1 $8'} | sed 's,http://, http://,' This is displaysnarflogs.php: <html> <head> <title>snarf logs</title> <META HTTP-EQUIV="REFRESH" CONTENT="30"> </head> <body bgcolor="black" text="white" alink="green" vlink="green link="green"> <?php require('navbar.php'); ?> <br> <br> <?php $cmd = "/www/pineapple/includes/geturlsnarf.sh"; exec("$cmd 2>&1", $output); foreach($output as $outputline) { echo ("$outputline\n"); echo ("<br><br>"); } ?> </body> </html> And here is navbar.php: <table border="0" width="100%" bgcolor="green"><tr width="100%"> <td> <pre><a href="/pineapple/index.php"><font color="black"><b>Status</b></a> | <a href="/pineapple/config.php"><font color="black"><b>Configuration</b></a> | <a href="/pineapple/advanced.php"><font color="black"><b>Advanced</b></a> | <a href="/pineapple/usb.php"><font color="black"><b>USB</b></a> | <a href="/pineapple/jobs.php"><font color="black"><b>Jobs</b></a> | <a href="/pineapple/3g.php"><font color="black"><b>3G</b></a> | <a href="/pineapple/ssh.php"><font color="black"><b>SSH</b></a> | <a href="/pineapple/scripts.php"><font color="black"><b>Scripts</b></font></a> | <a href="/pineapple/logs.php"><font color="black"><b>Logs</b></a> | <a href="/pineapple/upgrade.php"><font color="black"><b>Upgrade</b></a> | <a href="/pineapple/resources.php"><font color="black"><b>Resources</b></a> | <a href="/pineapple/modules.php"><font color="black"><b>Modules</b></a> | <a href="/pineapple/about.php"><font color="black"><b>About</b></a> | <a href="displaysnarflogs.php"><font color="black"><b>Urlsnarflogs</b></a> | </pre></td></tr></table>
  14. Hmm, I checked that and it looks fine. Maybe I messed something up somewhere else. Since the navbar.php is in /www/pineapple/includes, should the other stuff (geturlsnarf.sh and displaysnarflogs.php) be in there as well or should I leave them in /www/pineapple like the tutorial says? Edit: I moved geturlsnarf.sh and displaysnarflogs.php over to /www/pineapple and that didn't fix the problem. I guess there's something wrong with one of them so I'll recreate them and see if that fixes the problem.
  15. I can't seem to get this to work quite right. I can confirm that urlsnarf is working because I can go into the log file and see URL's. However, when I click on the new urlsnarflogs menu button, Firefox just constantly refreshes and doesn't do anything else. I'm pretty sure I followed the tutorial correctly and updated all the paths but I'm not sure what's going on here.
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