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Filename Size Date modified Message
doc
glade
m4
po
src
tests
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update ignores
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Added tag rel-0.9.17 for changeset d8ed2ef8c7e2
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Assorted patches to compile in an updated environment
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use libgnomecanvas only instead of libgnomeui. Based on the work of Arch Linux
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updates and fixes for 0.9.14
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make automake happy again
FAQ
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release 0.9.8
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remove deprecated gnome-doc-utils, reduce other gnome dependencies, update rpm
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remove deprecated gnome-doc-utils, reduce other gnome dependencies, update rpm
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update NEWS
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split preferences (saved) from transient global application data.
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generate default PKGBUILD (imported from Arch)
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Etherape to EtherApe name change
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release 0.9.8
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remove deprecated gnome-doc-utils, reduce other gnome dependencies, update rpm
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minor changes. Rephrased pcap-devel check to be more clear.
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remove deprecated gnome-doc-utils, reduce other gnome dependencies, update rpm
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migrate to GtkBuilder
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migrate to GtkBuilder
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# Add keywords to desktop file.
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New version: 0.5.7
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migrate to GtkBuilder
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remove deprecated gnome-doc-utils, reduce other gnome dependencies, update rpm
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uncrustify
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.

If you are not running on a high-color or better display, you
might want to use the --no-fade option.

Note: EtherApe is being _actively_ developed: I tend to release
daily. If you liked the program, I suggest you take a look at
the webpage and look for the latest version.


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:
--------
EtherApe has been compiled in at least:
* 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. If
you manage to compile it in a configuration other than the ones
listed, please post it to the mailing list
<etherape-users@lists.sourceforge.net> No need to subscribe.


Further information:
--------------------

See the EtherApe web page at
http://etherape.sourceforge.net/

	   
Subscribe to the EtherApe mailing list. To subscribe, point your 
browser to http://lists.sourceforge.net/mailman/listinfo/etherape-users
To post a message, mail to 'etherape-users@lists.sourceforge.net'
Be advised that emails sent to me will always be replied to the
list, and bcc'ed to you as an attempt to minimise the number 
of times I have to answer a question. Being so you might as 
well write to the list directly. :-)

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.

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