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Re: lazy symbol binding failed
From: Michael Bakeman <mbakeman () unr edu>
Date: Sun, 4 Nov 2007 16:29:41 -0800 (PST)

Yup, did a "sudo make install" as well.
Here is the output from cat /usr/local/share/nmap/scripts/script.db
<<<<<<< .mine
=======
Entry{ category = "intrusive", filename = "HTTPAuth.nse" }
Entry{ category = "intrusive", filename = "HTTP_open_proxy.nse" }
Entry{ category = "intrusive", filename = "HTTPpasswd.nse" }
Entry{ category = "discovery", filename = "HTTPtrace.nse" }
Entry{ category = "discovery", filename = "MSSQLm.nse" }
Entry{ category = "intrusive", filename = "MSSQLm.nse" }
Entry{ category = "backdoor", filename = "RealVNC_auth_bypass.nse" }
Entry{ category = "demo", filename = "SMTP_openrelay_test.nse" }
Entry{ category = "discovery", filename = "SMTPcommands.nse" }
Entry{ category = "intrusive", filename = "SMTPcommands.nse" }
Entry{ category = "discovery", filename = "SNMPsysdesr.nse" }
Entry{ category = "safe", filename = "SNMPsysdesr.nse" }
Entry{ category = "vulnerability", filename = "SQLInject.nse" }
Entry{ category = "intrusive", filename = "SSHv1-support.nse" }
Entry{ category = "intrusive", filename = "SSLv2-support.nse" }
Entry{ category = "intrusive", filename = "anonFTP.nse" }
Entry{ category = "intrusive", filename = "bruteTelnet.nse" }
Entry{ category = "demo", filename = "chargenTest.nse" }
Entry{ category = "demo", filename = "daytimeTest.nse" }
Entry{ category = "intrusive", filename = "dns-test-open-recursion.nse" }
Entry{ category = "demo", filename = "echoTest.nse" }
Entry{ category = "discovery", filename = "finger.nse" }
Entry{ category = "intrusive", filename = "ftpbounce.nse" }
Entry{ category = "version", filename = "iax2Detect.nse" }
Entry{ category = "discovery", filename = "ircServerInfo.nse" }
Entry{ category = "malware", filename = "ircZombieTest.nse" }
Entry{ category = "malware", filename = "kibuvDetection.nse" }
Entry{ category = "backdoor", filename = "mswindowsShell.nse" }
Entry{ category = "discovery", filename = "nbstat.nse" }
Entry{ category = "safe", filename = "nbstat.nse" }
Entry{ category = "discovery", filename = "ripeQuery.nse" }
Entry{ category = "safe", filename = "robots.nse" }
Entry{ category = "demo", filename = "showHTMLTitle.nse" }
Entry{ category = "safe", filename = "showHTMLTitle.nse" }
Entry{ category = "", filename = "showHTTPVersion.nse" }
Entry{ category = "safe", filename = "showOwner.nse" }
Entry{ category = "demo", filename = "showSMTPVersion.nse" }
Entry{ category = "demo", filename = "showSSHVersion.nse" }
Entry{ category = "version", filename = "skype_v2-version.nse" }
Entry{ category = "backdoor", filename = "strangeSMTPport.nse" }
Entry{ category = "demo", filename = "test.nse" }
Entry{ category = "vulnerability", filename = "xamppDefaultPass.nse" }
Entry{ category = "intrusive", filename = "zoneTrans.nse" }
Entry{ category = "discovery", filename = "zoneTrans.nse" }
.r6136

Thanks,
Mike

On Sun, 4 Nov 2007, Kris Katterjohn wrote:

Michael Bakeman wrote:
Ok,
After a fresh "svn up" and compile on mac osx I ran:
"nmap -A stuff" and got:

SCRIPT ENGINE: Initiating script scanning.
LUA INTERPRETER in nse_init.cc:457:
/usr/local/share/nmap/scripts/script.db:1: unexpected symbol near '<'
SCRIPT ENGINE: Aborting script scan.

Thanks,
Mike


Weird.  I assume you did a fresh "make install" too?

Can you post up your script.db? (from /usr/local[...] not from your
build directory, to be sure)

Thanks,
Kris Katterjohn



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