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Date: Mon, 5 Sep 2005 07:58:06 +0100
From: "Daryl G Bamforth" <>
To: <>
Subject: Problems applying mscash patch


Trying to be able to check mscashed hashes, installed the patch as per one
of the articles I was reading
( in an attempt to learn how
to do this.  Applied the patch using the command

gunzip filename | patch -p0

appeared to patch fine, made john using generic and then went to run
directory.  When I attempted to run using 

./john -format:mscash file

I was getting the error 
fopen: ./etc/john/john.ini No such file or directory

Started from scratch and grabbed the file

same process and then attempted to run again

This time I get the error 
fopen: ./all.chr: No such file or directory

Can anyone shed some light on my problem and maybe point me in the
direction of a good howto for idiots guide so I can get this working.



Daryl Bamforth
School of Biology IT
University of Leeds
LC Miall Building
Clarendon Way
LS2 9JT 

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