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Rochey
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Zenmap Portable Help/Request

I have just found that Nmap comes with a GUI called Zenmap.
I thought that this would make a great portable tool in my inventory so I tried to make it a portable app with the Portable app template 2.5.

The problem I have found is that zenmap.exe calls nmap.exe, which is ok because you can locate them in the same directory. But when you create the zenmap portable application launcher this calls zenmap.exe which is in the App directory, so zenmap can't find nmap.

Anybody have any ideas how to get round this? Or has anyone actually made a portable version of Zenmap?

Also, I know that it needs winpcap but I am not really bothered about installing this (unless someone can tell me how to do it like wireshark 0.99.7).

Cheers

Rochey

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did you try using the

did you try using the command
setoutpath
that will set the output path to the app dir

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Hi Powerjuce, Where abouts

Hi Powerjuce, Where abouts would I need to set this?

I have asked in the application template 2.5 area to have a setting at the beginning of the script to add folders to the path variable.

Cheers
Rochey

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Normally you set it befor

Normally you set it befor you call the exe. Like:

SetOutPath $EXEDIR\App\AssaultCube\"

ExecWait "$EXEDIR\App\AssaultCube\assaultcube.bat"

Here its a bat file but its the same with exe files.

I don't know how that works with the template (I never used it).
Maybe you can set it at the beginning of the script but Im not sure about that.

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