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tcpdump, a powerful command-line packet analyzer
libpcap, a portable C/C++ library for network traffic capture.

Both are the newest stable releases from June 12, 2012
Homepage: http://www.tcpdump.org/

TCPdump is optified,
libpcap not but it is only 200kb
Use at your own risk.
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seems like the weekend is more useful ...Thanks
repositories ?
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Yeah found some time for some maemo-learning :P

Well if one teaches me how to upload to repositories that would be awesome. Right now I have no clue uploading to extras-devel but in the end I hope to put all of this in the repositories.
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http://wiki.maemo.org/Uploading_to_extras - is more than enough and i used pydeb many times and it worked ( only with themes and icons )
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ofcourse I looked at that but that's only meant for python things? Anyway that will be saved for the next free weekend

Well I am bit stuck at that I compiled it from source but source has to be uploaded to autobuilder or something? Have to admit I didn't read many yet about uploading to extras-devel but right now I have made package with dpkg -b

so my source package kinda looks like
|-DEBIAN/
|--postinst
|--prerm
|--control
|-opt/
|--tcpdump/
|---tcpdump

I preserved all structure, in case I would needed it for repositories upload, which I had in mind for another weekend. Seems pypackager is the way to go?

Anyway this is waaay offtopic
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Originally Posted by mr_pingu View Post
tcpdump, a powerful command-line packet analyzer
libpcap, a portable C/C++ library for network traffic capture.

Both are the newest stable releases from June 12, 2012
Homepage: http://www.tcpdump.org/

TCPdump is optified,
libpcap not but it is only 200kb
Use at your own risk.
Hi mr_pingu,

Can you please make a tar.gz file of your tcpdump & libpcap source directories ?

I'm currently working on your ettercap-ng building (already made) but also want to update tcpdump & libpcap, since you already do it, can you provide me sources please ...

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Well in the post above I explained I made these debs the dirty way. I downloaded sources from tcpdump.org, compiled the binaries, packaged them manually with dpkg-deb -b give the folder structure. Now I learned it shouldn't be made that way.

Conclusion: I did not make a proper debian-source-package, sorry.
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Originally Posted by mr_pingu View Post
Well in the post above I explained I made these debs the dirty way. I downloaded sources from tcpdump.org, compiled the binaries, packaged them manually with dpkg-deb -b give the folder structure. Now I learned it shouldn't be made that way.

Conclusion: I did not make a proper debian-source-package, sorry.
Looking at : man dpkg-deb, it look like the -b refer to 'debian' directory to create package, this is the 'debian' directory and it's content I need ...

Do you mean this directory doesn't exist at your side after package generation ???

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There you go. Still I think this isn't what you want. Sorry for the delay, hadn't acces to my box where this was saved
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Originally Posted by mr_pingu View Post
There you go. Still I think this isn't what you want. Sorry for the delay, hadn't acces to my box where this was saved
You're right, this is not what I need ... :-(


Anyhow, I'm gonna push to maemo builder latest of Ettercap NG, stay tuned for a new 'ANNOUNCE' ...

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