Hello guys,

I am having problems with the THC-IPv6 attack tools, more specifically with actually running the tools. I am fairly new to Kali Linux and are using it for a project to test the security of IPv6, more specifically at the first hop device (network switch). My topology contains a router running the SLAAC protocol, and a switch also with a few hosts hanging off it (just to give some perspective of what im doing)

I am having problems with running these tools/scripts, for example whenever I try to run the 'alive6' command all I get from the Kali CLI is "bash: alive6 command not found". I have installed the package (thc-ipv6) as instructucted in the github repository text file "install". These are the steps I followed:
$ sudo apt-get install libpcap-dev libssl-dev
For a few optional, obscure tools you need a libnetfilter library:
$ sudo apt-get install libnetfilter-queue-dev
To compile simply type
$ make
All tools are installed to /usr/local/bin if you type
$ sudo make install

I am running the latest version of Kali, I have also tried to create the Make file with ./configure but this has also been unsuccessful for me. Prior to this, I also ran the "sudo apt-get install.gcc" prior to this with still very little progress.

Any help/ideas would be greatly appreciated, thanks for reading