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General Information ------- ----------- EtherApe is a network traffic browser. It displays network activity graphically. It uses GNOME libraries as it's user interface, and libpcap, a packet capture and filtering library. EtherApe started as an etherman clone, but now it has some unique features. It can run in "interape" mode with -m ip, and in "tcp-ape" mode with -m tcp. Expect more modes to come soon. EtherApe will use /etc/ethers if there is one. If not, it will try to reverse lookup the ip address. IMPORTANT! It is particularly important when running EtherApe to have the ethernet address of your router in /etc/ethers. If not, your router will have as name whatever IP address it was forwarding traffic from when it was first heard. Check the NEWS file for the latest developments, and etherape --help for the current set of options. You will have to have superuser privileges in order to use this program, as is the case with any libpcap based application. Installation: ------------- Please read the INSTALL file for installation instructions. Brief summary: # ./configure # make install By default, binaries will be copied to /usr/local/sbin You may uninstall later by running # make uninstall You will also find information on how to build a debian package in the INSTALL file. Porting: -------- Historically EtherApe has been compiled and run at least for: * Linux: Debian 2.2, Slackware 4.0 and 7.0, RedHat 6.1, modified linuxppc 1999, Debian m68k * NetBSD 1.4T (i386) * Sparc Solaris 7 with gcc 2.95.2 EtherApe should probably compile and run in other Unix-like OS. Further information: -------------------- See the EtherApe web page at https://etherape.sourceforge.io/ To receive a message whenever a new version of EtherApe is available, go to http://sourceforge.net/project/?group_id=2712 and click on the "Monitor this module" link. See README.bugs for instructions on how to send a bug report.