After some effort, Pyrit has now made it’s way into Fedora Linux. With being present in Debian, Ubuntu and Fedora, it should be easier for unexperienced users to get Pyrit working on their machines, using the distribution of their choice.
At the moment, the package still lives in updates-testing. You may install Pyrit in Fedora 14, 15 or 16 with the following command:
yum –enablerepo=updates-testing install pyrit