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using exploits in perl help
PostPosted: Thu Jun 14, 2007 9:36 am Reply with quote
spartan_225
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Well, i got Active perl 5 and i am trying to open an exploit i got for a phpbb board, i try to compile it in cmd using:

cd C:\Documents and Settings\MY USERNAME\Desktop

then i use

perl exploit1.pl

and it saying something about me not having it in my PATH,
im runnin XP home, if it helps

umm..thanks in advance.

any ideas?
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Re: using exploits in perl help
PostPosted: Thu Jun 14, 2007 11:06 am Reply with quote
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spartan_225 wrote:
Well, i got Active perl 5 and i am trying to open an exploit i got for a phpbb board, i try to compile it in cmd using:

cd C:\Documents and Settings\MY USERNAME\Desktop

then i use

perl exploit1.pl

and it saying something about me not having it in my PATH,
im runnin XP home, if it helps

umm..thanks in advance.

any ideas?


You need to set up special PATH parameter, so that operating system can find PERL interpreter when needed.

Desktop
Right click to My Computer
Properties
Advanced
Environment Variables
User variables for <YOUR USERNAME HERE>
path
edit

Now you can see all the path parameters for your system, separated by semicolon. In my home PC:

Code:

c:\devstudio.5.0.march2007\sharedide\bin\ide;c:\devstudio.5.0.march2007\sharedide\bin;c:\devstudio.5.0.march2007\vc\bin;c:\php;C:\Program Files\VideoLAN\VLC


Now, just add path to perl directory, where perl.exe resides.

By the way:

http://www.xav.com/perl/faq/Windows/Install.html

Quote:

Installing ActivePerl
Run the ActivePerl-5.6.0.6xx.msi installation package to start the installation wizard, which will guide you through the setup, and give you options on what and where to install stuff.

What happens during install?

Perl is installed by default in C:\Perl. The drive "C" will be the same drive that the operating system is installed on.

If you run Perl at the command prompt, the script will be executed by the first Perl.exe it encounters in the list of paths in the PATH environment variable. To ensure the script is executed by the Perl build you want it to be executed by, you can specify the complete path to the Perl.exe you want to use. (typing perl -v at the command prompt will tell you which version of Perl is currently first in your PATH)

Installing ActivePerl will change your Path environment variable and may change registry settings, such as file associations, which may affect your Web server. If you want to use a previously installed copy of Perl, you will need to modify these settings.


So in normal conditions PATH must be allready set up ...

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