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How to install Pyrit.


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Hello.

I have installed wifite on pineapple and discovered that it also needs tshark/cowpaty and Pyrit.

After I download pyrit and run "python setup.py build", I get this message after a while:

"unable to execute mips-openwrt-linux-uclibc-gcc: No such file or directory
error: command 'mips-openwrt-linux-uclibc-gcc' failed with exit status 1"

How do I get pass this?

Reason why I want use wifite and it's dependencies is because I want capture wpa handshake and properly validate it with pyrit.

I have not yet tried to install tshark and cowpatty, but I assume that thos can be installed on pineapple?


Regards


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One more question.

Upon installing pyrit trough OPKG manager, I get a "Installing, configuring Pyrit" message,
this message never dissapears.

So I reboot after an hour or so, when logging in again OPKG says additional package has bin installed, but how do I actually run pyrit, all I get in command line is:

root@Apple:/bin# pyrit
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/sd/usr/bin/pyrit", line 4, in <module>
import pyrit_cli
ImportError: No module named pyrit_cli


:-)

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You probably need to install pyrit_cli as well from opkg.

Try:

opkg install pyrit_cli

Or if that doesn't exist use:

opkg find pyrit

to see all packages that have the word pyrit in them and install the appropriate one.

Edit:

I've noticed the opkg manager infusion always stops at the last line of output without displaying any message of success. I just install packages through the command line because it ends up being easier.

Edited by sud0nick
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