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Radare2 package.

Postby hack3rcon » 2020-06-09 06:11

Hello,
Is Radare2 package exist for the Debian 10?


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Re: Radare2 package.

Postby arochester » 2020-06-09 06:59

Why not do a search for: Debian Radare2
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Re: Radare2 package.

Postby reinob » 2020-06-09 09:17

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# apt policy radare2
radare2:
  Installed: (none)
  Candidate: 4.3.1+dfsg-1
  Version table:
     4.3.1+dfsg-1 90
         90 http://deb.debian.org/debian unstable/main amd64 Packages
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Re: Radare2 package.

Postby Head_on_a_Stick » 2020-06-09 09:28

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$ rmadison radare2
radare2    | 0.9.6-3.1+deb8u1 | oldoldstable   | source, amd64, armel, armhf, i386
radare2    | 4.3.1+dfsg-1     | unstable       | source, amd64, arm64, armel, armhf, i386, mips64el, mipsel, ppc64el, s390x
radare2    | 4.3.1+dfsg-1     | unstable-debug | source
$
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Re: Radare2 package.

Postby cuckooflew » 2020-06-09 11:43

arochester wrote:Why not do a search for: Debian Radare2

I don't know why the OP couldn't do that, I tried using keywords:
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Debian Radare2 for debian in debian repositories

https://packages.debian.org/search?keywords=radare2
Looks like there is nothing for Debian 10 (Buster)
Please Read What we expect you have already Done
Search Engines know a lot, and
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Re: Radare2 package.

Postby reinob » 2020-06-09 11:56

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:
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$ rmadison radare2
radare2    | 0.9.6-3.1+deb8u1 | oldoldstable   | source, amd64, armel, armhf, i386
radare2    | 4.3.1+dfsg-1     | unstable       | source, amd64, arm64, armel, armhf, i386, mips64el, mipsel, ppc64el, s390x
radare2    | 4.3.1+dfsg-1     | unstable-debug | source
$


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Re: Radare2 package.

Postby hack3rcon » 2020-06-09 12:20

cuckooflew wrote:
arochester wrote:Why not do a search for: Debian Radare2

I don't know why the OP couldn't do that, I tried using keywords:
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Debian Radare2 for debian in debian repositories

https://packages.debian.org/search?keywords=radare2
Looks like there is nothing for Debian 10 (Buster)

I did, but I couldn't find it for Debian 10.
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Re: Radare2 package.

Postby cuckooflew » 2020-06-09 12:30

Neither could I, and the other posts indicate they don't find it either, for Debian 10.
Conclusion,..
Post by hack3rcon » 2020-06-09 06:11
Hello,
Is Radare2 package exist for the Debian 10?

NO
===edit===
So you should mark this as solved.
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Re: Radare2 package.

Postby hack3rcon » 2020-06-09 12:38

When I want to install it from source code, then it show me below error:
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user@user:/usr/local/src/radare2-4.1.1$ sudo ./configure
configure-plugins: Loading ./plugins.cfg ..
configure-plugins: Generating libr/config.h ..
configure-plugins: Generating libr/config.mk ..
SHARED: io.shm
STATIC: anal.6502 anal.6502_cs anal.8051 anal.amd29k anal.arc anal.arm_cs anal.arm_gnu anal.avr anal.bf anal.chip8 anal.cr16 anal.cris anal.dalvik anal.ebc anal.gb anal.h8300 anal.hexagon anal.i4004 anal.i8080 anal.java anal.m680x_cs anal.m68k_cs anal.malbolge anal.mcore anal.mips_cs anal.mips_gnu anal.msp430 anal.nios2 anal.null anal.or1k anal.pic anal.ppc_cs anal.ppc_gnu anal.riscv anal.riscv_cs anal.rsp anal.sh anal.snes anal.sparc_cs anal.sparc_gnu anal.sysz anal.tms320 anal.v810 anal.v850 anal.vax anal.wasm anal.ws anal.x86_cs anal.xap anal.xcore_cs anal.xtensa anal.z80 asm.6502 asm.6502_cs asm.8051 asm.amd29k asm.arc asm.arm_as asm.arm_cs asm.arm_gnu asm.arm_winedbg asm.avr asm.bf asm.chip8 asm.cr16 asm.cris_gnu asm.dalvik asm.dcpu16 asm.ebc asm.gb asm.h8300 asm.hexagon asm.hppa_gnu asm.i4004 asm.i8080 asm.java asm.lanai_gnu asm.lh5801 asm.lm32 asm.m680x_cs asm.m68k_cs asm.malbolge asm.mcore asm.mcs96 asm.mips_cs asm.mips_gnu asm.msp430 asm.nios2 asm.null asm.or1k asm.pic asm.ppc_cs asm.ppc_gnu asm.propeller asm.riscv asm.riscv_cs asm.rsp asm.sh asm.snes asm.sparc_cs asm.sparc_gnu asm.spc700 asm.sysz asm.tms320 asm.tricore asm.v810 asm.v850 asm.vax asm.wasm asm.ws asm.x86_as asm.x86_cs asm.x86_nasm asm.x86_nz asm.xap asm.xcore_cs asm.xtensa asm.z80 bin.any bin.art bin.avr bin.bf bin.bflt bin.bios bin.bootimg bin.cgc bin.coff bin.dex bin.dol bin.dyldcache bin.elf bin.elf64 bin.fs bin.java bin.mach0 bin.mach064 bin.mbn bin.mdmp bin.menuet bin.mz bin.ne bin.nes bin.nin3ds bin.ninds bin.ningb bin.ningba bin.nro bin.nso bin.omf bin.p9 bin.pe bin.pe64 bin.pebble bin.prg bin.psxexe bin.qnx bin.sfc bin.smd bin.sms bin.spc700 bin.symbols bin.te bin.vsf bin.wasm bin.xbe bin.xnu_kernelcache bin.z64 bin.zimg bin_ldr.ldr_linux bin_xtr.xtr_dyldcache bin_xtr.xtr_fatmach0 bin_xtr.xtr_pemixed bin_xtr.xtr_sep64 bp.arm bp.bf bp.mips bp.ppc bp.x86 core.a2f core.java crypto.aes crypto.aes_cbc crypto.base64 crypto.base91 crypto.blowfish crypto.cps2 crypto.des crypto.punycode crypto.rc2 crypto.rc4 crypto.rc6 crypto.rol crypto.ror crypto.rot crypto.serpent crypto.xor debug.bf debug.bochs debug.esil debug.gdb debug.io debug.native debug.null debug.qnx debug.rap debug.windbg egg.exec egg.xor fs.ext2 fs.fat fs.fb fs.hfs fs.hfsplus fs.io fs.iso9660 fs.jfs fs.minix fs.ntfs fs.posix fs.r2 fs.reiserfs fs.sfs fs.tar fs.udf fs.ufs fs.xfs io.ar io.bfdbg io.bochs io.debug io.default io.gdb io.gprobe io.gzip io.http io.ihex io.mach io.malloc io.mmap io.null io.procpid io.ptrace io.qnx io.r2k io.r2pipe io.r2web io.rap io.rbuf io.self io.shm io.sparse io.tcp io.w32 io.w32dbg io.windbg io.winedbg io.zip lang.vala parse.6502_pseudo parse.arm_pseudo parse.att2intel parse.avr_pseudo parse.chip8_pseudo parse.dalvik_pseudo parse.m68k_pseudo parse.mips_pseudo parse.ppc_pseudo parse.sh_pseudo parse.wasm_pseudo parse.x86_pseudo parse.z80_pseudo
cp: './plugins.cfg' and 'plugins.cfg' are the same file
checking build system type... x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu
checking host system type... x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu
checking target system type... x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu
checking for working directories... current
using prefix '/usr/local'
checking for c compiler... gcc
checking for dynamic library... required
checking for patch... no
error: This program is required.

How can I solve it?

Thank you.
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Re: Radare2 package.

Postby reinob » 2020-06-09 13:00

hack3rcon wrote:When I want to install it from source code, then it show me below error:
Code: Select all
user@user:/usr/local/src/radare2-4.1.1$ sudo ./configure
configure-plugins: Loading ./plugins.cfg ..
configure-plugins: Generating libr/config.h ..
configure-plugins: Generating libr/config.mk ..
SHARED: io.shm
STATIC: anal.6502 anal.6502_cs anal.8051 anal.amd29k anal.arc anal.arm_cs anal.arm_gnu anal.avr anal.bf anal.chip8 anal.cr16 anal.cris anal.dalvik anal.ebc anal.gb anal.h8300 anal.hexagon anal.i4004 anal.i8080 anal.java anal.m680x_cs anal.m68k_cs anal.malbolge anal.mcore anal.mips_cs anal.mips_gnu anal.msp430 anal.nios2 anal.null anal.or1k anal.pic anal.ppc_cs anal.ppc_gnu anal.riscv anal.riscv_cs anal.rsp anal.sh anal.snes anal.sparc_cs anal.sparc_gnu anal.sysz anal.tms320 anal.v810 anal.v850 anal.vax anal.wasm anal.ws anal.x86_cs anal.xap anal.xcore_cs anal.xtensa anal.z80 asm.6502 asm.6502_cs asm.8051 asm.amd29k asm.arc asm.arm_as asm.arm_cs asm.arm_gnu asm.arm_winedbg asm.avr asm.bf asm.chip8 asm.cr16 asm.cris_gnu asm.dalvik asm.dcpu16 asm.ebc asm.gb asm.h8300 asm.hexagon asm.hppa_gnu asm.i4004 asm.i8080 asm.java asm.lanai_gnu asm.lh5801 asm.lm32 asm.m680x_cs asm.m68k_cs asm.malbolge asm.mcore asm.mcs96 asm.mips_cs asm.mips_gnu asm.msp430 asm.nios2 asm.null asm.or1k asm.pic asm.ppc_cs asm.ppc_gnu asm.propeller asm.riscv asm.riscv_cs asm.rsp asm.sh asm.snes asm.sparc_cs asm.sparc_gnu asm.spc700 asm.sysz asm.tms320 asm.tricore asm.v810 asm.v850 asm.vax asm.wasm asm.ws asm.x86_as asm.x86_cs asm.x86_nasm asm.x86_nz asm.xap asm.xcore_cs asm.xtensa asm.z80 bin.any bin.art bin.avr bin.bf bin.bflt bin.bios bin.bootimg bin.cgc bin.coff bin.dex bin.dol bin.dyldcache bin.elf bin.elf64 bin.fs bin.java bin.mach0 bin.mach064 bin.mbn bin.mdmp bin.menuet bin.mz bin.ne bin.nes bin.nin3ds bin.ninds bin.ningb bin.ningba bin.nro bin.nso bin.omf bin.p9 bin.pe bin.pe64 bin.pebble bin.prg bin.psxexe bin.qnx bin.sfc bin.smd bin.sms bin.spc700 bin.symbols bin.te bin.vsf bin.wasm bin.xbe bin.xnu_kernelcache bin.z64 bin.zimg bin_ldr.ldr_linux bin_xtr.xtr_dyldcache bin_xtr.xtr_fatmach0 bin_xtr.xtr_pemixed bin_xtr.xtr_sep64 bp.arm bp.bf bp.mips bp.ppc bp.x86 core.a2f core.java crypto.aes crypto.aes_cbc crypto.base64 crypto.base91 crypto.blowfish crypto.cps2 crypto.des crypto.punycode crypto.rc2 crypto.rc4 crypto.rc6 crypto.rol crypto.ror crypto.rot crypto.serpent crypto.xor debug.bf debug.bochs debug.esil debug.gdb debug.io debug.native debug.null debug.qnx debug.rap debug.windbg egg.exec egg.xor fs.ext2 fs.fat fs.fb fs.hfs fs.hfsplus fs.io fs.iso9660 fs.jfs fs.minix fs.ntfs fs.posix fs.r2 fs.reiserfs fs.sfs fs.tar fs.udf fs.ufs fs.xfs io.ar io.bfdbg io.bochs io.debug io.default io.gdb io.gprobe io.gzip io.http io.ihex io.mach io.malloc io.mmap io.null io.procpid io.ptrace io.qnx io.r2k io.r2pipe io.r2web io.rap io.rbuf io.self io.shm io.sparse io.tcp io.w32 io.w32dbg io.windbg io.winedbg io.zip lang.vala parse.6502_pseudo parse.arm_pseudo parse.att2intel parse.avr_pseudo parse.chip8_pseudo parse.dalvik_pseudo parse.m68k_pseudo parse.mips_pseudo parse.ppc_pseudo parse.sh_pseudo parse.wasm_pseudo parse.x86_pseudo parse.z80_pseudo
cp: './plugins.cfg' and 'plugins.cfg' are the same file
checking build system type... x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu
checking host system type... x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu
checking target system type... x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu
checking for working directories... current
using prefix '/usr/local'
checking for c compiler... gcc
checking for dynamic library... required
checking for patch... no
error: This program is required.

How can I solve it?

Thank you.


DO NOT run ./configure or make as root. You only need root when installing (sudo make install).
The program "patch" is missing. You need it. It is in debian. You just need to find it and install it.
If you really get into trouble searching and/or installing, then ask again.

Good luck.

PS: If you're planning, in a few days, to come and ask "how do I use radare" then you'll only get a RTFM, at least from me.
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Re: Radare2 package.

Postby stevepusser » 2020-06-10 03:27

It's better and easier to backport it from Sid than it is to try a build from raw source, for many reasons.

Search the Debian wiki for simple backport instructions.
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