Date: Mon, 06 Jul 2015 02:04:15 +0200 From: magnum <john.magnum@...hmail.com> To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: "Errors" in dynamic.conf after git pull Git is all about source code, you need to rebuild. I suggest you back up your config before, and merge your changes using "meld" or the like afterwards. magnum On 2015-07-04 19:32, Demian Smith wrote: > Hi, > I haven't rebuilt it - I was under the impression the pull would be > sufficient. Would I have to go through the make and make install et > cetera or is there a "rebuilt" command of sorts? I was wary thereto, as > I suspected it to override my conf (sure I can back it up and override > it afterwards, but that would leave me with the problem of changes in > the conf not being changed in my conf, am I right?) > > Thanks, > DS > > ★ On 15/07/04 06:22 p.m. Jfoug wrote ★ > >> >> ---- Demian Smith wrote: >>> >>> HI Guys, >>> >>> I am still running john on my truecrypt issue and have recently started >>> to deploy git as a means to keep john up-to-date (without diving >>> properly into git, I have to point out). >>> >>> Now, since a couple of days ago, I get a couple of errors, when invoking >>> john: >>> [demian@...t:~/RAID]$ john --restore=raid_ripemdd >>> >>> the errors are: >>> >>> initUnicode(UNICODE, ASCII/ASCII) >>> >>> ASCII -> ASCII -> ASCII >>> Error, unknown function: >>> Func=DynamicFunc__overwrite_from_last_output2_to_input2_as_base16_no_size_fix >>> >>> Error parsing section [List.Generic:dynamic_1001] >>> >>> Error in line 66 file is >>> /home/malformed/.bin/JohnTheRipper/run/dynamic.conf >>> >> >> Demian, >> >> Have you rebuilt your john executable from the source contained in this same git pull? and are you running that rebuilt version? There has been some new items added to dynamic recently. If you are running the updated ./run/dynamic.conf file using an older version of john, then it will not work. >> >> >> >
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