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Date: Fri, 31 Jul 2015 14:54:03 +0200
From: Viktor Gazdag <>
Subject: Re: John the ripper with Tesla GPUs on Debian

> Hi
> About librexgen... What library was missing? As far, as I know,
> bleeding-jumbo requires exactly 1.2.5 version of librexgen now, but this
> is not mandatory and there are some problems with it.
> Installing this version of librexgen is easy - just run
> (without sudo but it's using sudo to run make install, so for debian
> you'll need to run make install using su instead of sudo). Install
> script (using make install command) will copy header files to
> /usr/local/include/librexgen and to /usr/local/lib
> (and will create symlinks and but
> ldconfig you'll need to run by hand. Then configure script of john
> should find librexgen without problems.
> Best Regards
> --
> Marek Wrzosek

Hi Marek

/usr/local/include/librexgen/version.h says: 1.1.DEV

The missing file was /usr/local/include/librexgen/c/librexgen.h, but
the c directory doesn't exists.
The file is under /usr/local/include/librexgen/api/c/librexgen.h

Best regards

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