Hmm you shouldnt have a /usr/local/bin/nmap/ directory.
whats the output of
ls -l /usr/local/bin/nmap

if it is a directory delete the directory, then try
cd /usr/ports/security/nmap
make deinstall clean
make install clean

which nmap


cheers,
Vince

linux quest wrote:
> Hi Vince,
> 
> Thanks for the automated emailing code guide. However, after running
> nmap for some time, I have got problem running a simple command of nmap
> ... like
> 
> nmap 192.168.1.2
> nmap: Command not found
> 
> I think there is something wrong with my installation procedures. I type
> in "make install clean" command in /usr/local/bin/nmap and
> /usr/ports/security/nmap - but somehow I still see the command not found.
> 
> I have also typed in "make deinstall clean" on both of the directory
> location, restart the OS, and install everything again using the "make
> install clean" command (on both of the directory location) - but I still
> receive the same "nmap: Command not found" message.
> 
> Thanks for the help :)
> 
> Regards,
> Linux Quest
> 
> */Vince <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>/* wrote:
> 
>     linux quest wrote:
>     > I am currently doing a simple penetration testing for my company
>     in a LAN environment. Yes, I have already downloaded NMap by using
>     the 'make install' command... and it did fetched the required files
>     from insecure.org successfully.
>     >
>     > My question will be, how can I create a Network Program in .c that
>     will invoke the
>     nmap capabilities to scan the network or computers? Example, lets say, I
>     want an automated nmap scan to run on FreeBSD to scan 192.168.1.10 and
>     192.168.1.11 , every morning at 10am - may I know how do I achieve that?
>     I hope someone can show me a simple coding to invoke nmap scan,
>     thanks :)
>     >
>     you dont really need c for this, a simple shell script run from cron
>     would do fine.
>     something like
>     ===========start==============
>     #!/bin/sh
> 
>     TARGETS="192.168.1.10 192.168.1.11"
>     NMAP="/usr/local/bin/nmap"
>     NMAPOPTIONS=""
>     RECEPIENTS="[EMAIL PROTECTED]"
>     SUBJECT="namp scan results"
> 
>     $NMAP $NMAPOPTIONS $TARGETS | /usr/bin/mail -s "$SUBJECT" $RECEPIENTS
>     ===========end=================
>     save that somewhere and remember to chmod it to be executable
> 
> 
> 
>     add a line like
>     1 10 * * * /path/to/script
> 
>     to the appropriate users crontab
>     (change /path/to/script to the location of the script)
> 
>     and you should get the output emailed to you every morning.
> 
>     Vince
>     > Thanks :)
>     >
>     > Regards,
>     > Linux Quest
>     >
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