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Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2014 09:02:40 +0000 (UTC)
From: Donovan <>
Subject: Re: JTR output?

C GPS <nro117gm@...> writes:

> Question:  After running JTR Bleeding Jumbo for 27 hours I stopped the
> process and entered the below with the results shown:
> >
> NRO117:magnumripper L7$ ./run/john --show passwd
> stat: passwd: No such file or directory
> >
> Does that mean that JTR didn't come up with a password or that I did
> something wrong?
> If I restore the session - then I'm not able to enter any commands while
> it's running. So according to the README - stop the session and then
> enter ./run/john
> --show passed
> As noted the results above.
> As instructed I then entered: ./run/john --show
> with the following result:
> Password files required, but none specified
> Advice?
> Thanks again.


You need to type the name of your Hashe file ;

./john --show MyHasheFile.txt

& Format option can be also added;

./john ---format=raw-md5 --show MyHasheFile.txt

if some cracked pass are found in your John.pot file, the result appear on
screen then.

to save, just " > CrackedPassFile.txt"

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