laforge at gpl-violations.org
Thu Oct 27 21:18:01 CEST 2005
On Thu, Oct 27, 2005 at 10:05:38AM -0300, chentschel at arnet.com.ar wrote:
> Mensaje citado por: Harald Welte <laforge at gpl-violations.org>:
> > well, that tool (which I rearely use anymore) just gives you a rough
> > idea. all the results you provide below are bogus.
> Is there anything more helpfull?
no, basically you need to manually filter the 'false positives' from the
real ones, i.e. ignore all the invalid version/revision numbers, etc.
> I think i\'\'ll need to open and look for a serial :(
well, I wouldn't assume there was linux on the box after the magic_ofs
results you got, and the OS fingerprint below.
> > Also, you have to use the MAGIC environment variable to use the provided
> > \'magic\' file, not your system-wide installation which gives even more
> > false positives.
> Yes, i actually did it. Used the magis file provided at the svn.
oh, sorry :(
- Harald Welte <laforge at gpl-violations.org> http://gpl-violations.org/
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