terminal command troubles

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  1. qbal1

    qbal1 New Member

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    im having some troubles =(
    i started out looking at the tcpdump command only to find out it wasnt there
    i then tried to reinstall BSD Subsystems but it said package download failed
    then i tried to see if SUID Lib Fix would work but it says Main script execution failed

    all i want is to get tcpdump working.... i couldnt find any working solutions by searching...
    is there some way to get installer to run under root by like running it from a terminal logged in through admin or something? it would seem that SUID lib fix might work.... any help in installing this or a way around this problem would be very much appreciated by me

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  2. interestingkid

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    did you try su root command before running tcpdump?
    put su root, type alpine for password, and try running the command again
    sometimes you have to run as root for the commands to work
  3. jp112

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    if you already have the BSD subsystem install all you have to go in Terminal then type cd / ,
    then go to usr/sbin/ and in sbin folder tcpdump should be located in there.
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    qbal1 New Member

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    I was logged in as root and tcpdump isn't in shin... could one of you email it to me to put in there?
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