GnoScan is a multi-threaded network scan and security utility with an intuitive graphical user interface.
Version: 0.1.2GnoScan is a multi-threaded network scan and security utility with an intuitive graphical user interface. It runs under the Gnome environment and is an independent application that does not need any further third-party toolkits.
Operating System: Linux
· GTK+ libraries >= 1.2.7
· Gnome libraries >= 1.4.0
· Posix Threads (Not to worry, most systems do support them.)
· GTK-- libraries >= 1.2.7
· Gnome-- libraries >= 1.2.1
Before you start:
You must have the gtk/gtkmm macros properly installed. If your GTK--
installation is in /usr/local then you should become `root' now and follow
cp /usr/local/share/aclocal/*.m4 .
(Alternatively you can also place symbolic links between these files.) That
makes sure the definitions needed for autoconf are in the right place. If your
gtk/gtkmm stuff is installed in /usr then the above step should not be
necessary. If you're not sure what to do, just run the configure script and
wait for the complaints...
If you have downloaded and installed a binary distribution of GnoScan, then
there is no need to read the following instructions. They only describe how to
compile GnoScan from the source files.
If you have downloaded a compressed source code archive, then please proceed the following steps. Change to the GnoScan distribution directory and run
For a list of available options for configuration, call configure with the --help parameter. Running configure creates a Makefile in your source code directory. If you like, have a look at it before you continue, though this
should not be necessary, unless you want to have debugging information
included or things like that.
After configure has successfully guessed your system's specific values, you
can compile the GnoScan source code with
If you have not changed any of the predefined values for configure then GnoScan will be installed in /usr/local/bin. Become 'root' now and run