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Date: Fri, 2 Aug 2019 10:54:34 +0200
From: Matlink <matlink@...link.fr>
To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: Re: Guide: Installing John the Ripper on Windows 10

Hey Matt,

thank you for this guide. In fact, once you have installed WSL and a
linux distro, building JtR is completely similar than on a normal linux
distro. So you are running JtR on linux, not really on Windows :)

So you don't need to clone JtR using Windows or GitKraken, you could
install git in Ubuntu and use git in command line.

And BTW, the link you provide to JtR is in fact the one for WSL (you
missed your Copy-Paste I guess).

Le 02/08/2019 à 04:52, Matt Weir a écrit :
> Hi all,
>     I recently installed John the Ripper (Bleeding-Jumbo), on a Windows 10
> laptop using the new Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSLv1) feature. It seems
> to work great and was a lot easier than previous methods I've tried so I
> ended up putting together a guide on what I did to help other people who
> may be interested. You can view it here:
>
> https://reusablesec.blogspot.com/2019/08/installing-john-ripper-on-microsofts.html
>
>
> Note: This was done with Windows 10 Pro, build 1809.
>
> I've been told that the preview version of WSLv2 provides faster
> performance for applications, but installing WSLv2 requires significantly
> more effort so I don't know if I'll get around to trying that out. If
> anyone else has success with getting WSLv2 to run I'd be interested in
> hearing about it.
>
> Cheers,
> Matt
>

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