[Honeywall] Re: Honeywall Digest, Vol 14, Issue 14

David Watson david at honeynet.org.uk
Wed Jul 16 11:01:49 EDT 2008


Gayan,

The multiple files may be the source of your confusion. The first is the
source code tarball for Sebek (which you use to build the Sebek module
for a particular architecture). The second tarball (with bin in the
name) is the compiled binary distribution of Sebek (the thing you made
from the source). This only contains the code that gets installed on the
honeypot, rather than the entire source code.

Make sense?

Thanks,

David

Gayan Sahabandu wrote:
> Hi Rob,
> I followed the instructions you gave me even though I couldn't figure out
> what is "steps in the HOWTO.  It has you building sebek; " I have couple of
> questions to ask from you.
> 
> *1. why there are two files naming as, sebek-lin26-3.2.0b and
> sebek-lin26-3.2.0b-bin ?
> *is those two files should be under one folder prior to executing of
> ./sbk_install.sh script ?
> because after I copied the content of sebek bin file to sebek 3.2 I did not
> get the previous error message. but now I have the following error message.
> *
> 2. Sebek linux installation error.
> 
> Installing Sebek:
> 0 1:8960:::::::::14:3491
> 1 2:36864::::::::::
> 2 0:8960:::::::::14:3532
> insmod: error inserting '14703549.o': -1 Invalid module format
>   14703549.o install failed
> 
> *I am sorry about asking all these questions because I am new to both linux
> as well as honeywall. Can anybody or Rob please provide any assistant to
> solve this error.
> Thank you,
> Gayan*
> *
> 
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>> OK... try following the steps in the HOWTO.  It has you building
>> sebek; then moving the resulting tar.gz file to another directory and
>> extracting it.  Inside this new directory you should find an
>> sbk_install.sh and that should be the one you edit and launch.
>>
>> mv sebek-lin26-3.2.0b-bin.tar.gz /tmp
>> cd /tmp
>> tar zxf sebek-lin26-3.2.0b-bin.tar.gz
>> cd sebek-lin26-3.2.0b-bin
>>
>> Rob
>>
>> On Mon, Jul 14, 2008 at 2:03 PM, Gayan Sahabandu <gayan.leo at gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>>>  this a result of editing (entering Honeypot MAC IP etc....) and running
>> the
>>> sbk_install.sh in the sebek source code directory.
>>> Gayan
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