[Bro] how to run on trace files
kanthimyneni at gmail.com
Thu Dec 20 11:40:06 PST 2007
I am sorry I didnt get it. I am not that much familiar with linux commands .
I tried to do so but getting same output
loud at 1006kro:/$ BROHOME = /usr/local/bro/
bash: BROHOME: command not found
loud at 1006kro:/$ BROPATH = $/usr/local/bro/site
bash: BROPATH: command not found
loud at 1006kro:/$ PATH = /usr/local/bro/bin:SPATH
bash: PATH: command not found
On Dec 20, 2007 2:10 PM, Nicholas Weaver <nweaver at icsi.berkeley.edu> wrote:
> Setenv is the TCSH syntax for setting environment variables.
> For bash, you do
> Also, you need to set your path to include bro
> > loud at 1006kro:/usr/local/bro$ bro -r trace1.tcpdump local tcp alarm wierd
> > bash: bro: command not found
> > loud at 1006kro:/usr/local/bro$
> > are those commands depend on the directory I am present.
> > In which directory do I need to run that command.
> > Thanks,
> > KM.
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> Nicholas C. Weaver nweaver at icsi.berkeley.edu
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