Date: Thu, 21 Dec 2000 17:16:03 -0500 From: Ethan Blanton <email@example.com> Subject: Re: Aha! I was right Message-ID: <20001221171603.A23710@entropy.chaos.int>
Wesley Eddy spake unto us the following wisdom:
> I checked up some more on this by looking at an actual Redhat box of a friend
> of mine, and I was right, the pcap.h they ship has ts as a bpf_timeval instead
> of a plain old timeval. I'm not sure if you can just do a cast in the tcptrace
> code to fix it, but in any case, getting a different libpcap should fix it.
That's not the only brain damage the RH7 pcap seems to have,
unfortunately... So far as I can tell it also uses a different magic
number. I have no earthly idea why... At any rate, I have had no luck
reading a RH7-captured dump on a Solaris box.
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