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Date: Sat, 17 Dec 2011 11:46:31 -0600
From: "jfoug" <>
To: <>
Subject: RE: Test results for 179 jumbo-4

Here is the problem on the sparc builds. This will be easy to fix.

- JtRTestSuite. Version 1.10-α1, Dec 15, 2011.  By, Jim Fougeron
- Testing:  John the Ripper password cracker, ver: 1.7.9-jumbo-4 [generic]
testing: 'john -test=0 -enc:cp1253     
form=dynamic_27                   guesses:    0 unk unk : Expected count(s)
(1500)  [!!!FAILED!!!]
sh: ./tst.pot: cannot open
Some tests had Errors. Performed 203 tests.1 errors                       
Time used was 1046 seconds
bash-3.00$ ../run/john -sub:LIST
Format = dynamic_0   type = dynamic_0: md5($p)  (raw-md5) 
Format = dynamic_1   type = dynamic_1: md5($p.$s)  (joomla) 
Format = dynamic_26  type = dynamic_26: sha1($p) raw-sha1
Format = dynamic_27  type = dynamic_29: md5(unicode($p))

>-----Original Message-----
>From: JimF []
>Sent: Saturday, December 17, 2011 9:34 AM
>Subject: [john-dev] Test results for 179 jumbo-4
>I have done full testing on these builds:
>generic (built under cygwin 32 bit)
>solaris-sparc64-cc (slightly hacked makefile, since openssl 64 is
>installed in my profile on this box)
>generic (sparc64 cc build).  This required CCFLAGS, LDFLAGS, etc changed
>at top of makefile.
>All tests showed no problems.  I did full tests on all builds.  I did
>detect a problem that I have to track down, on the solaris builds. In
>those builds, I remove dynamic 27 and 28.  However, there was a warning
>message about dyna 27 on the solaris runs.  The new test suite is
>'supposed' to never test any dyna format that does not show up in the -
>subformat:LIST command.  So, I need to first check that, and then check
>the new test suite.
>However, all other tests were 100% happy.
>This is a 32 bit LE system, and a 64 bit BE system tested.

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