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Date: Fri, 31 Jul 2015 16:37:57 +0200
From: Marek Wrzosek <>
Subject: Re: John the ripper with Tesla GPUs on Debian

W dniu 31.07.2015 o 14:54, Viktor Gazdag pisze:
> 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
> woodspeed
I had the same problem when I was trying to build bleeding-jumbo with
librexgen from google code (I think). Just go to:

and follow the instructions from
They are also in doc/README.librexgen and in doc/INSTALL-UBUNTU, both
from recent bleeding-jumbo from github.

They both are moving objects, but the newest john should work with the
last released librexgen. The critical moment is when new version of
librexgen is released but patches for john would be written very soon
after librexgen's upgrade. Regen mode has great potential but for now...
I'm waiting for the release of 1.2.6 version.

Good Luck
Marek Wrzosek

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