Edit Package wireshark

A Network Traffic Analyser


Wireshark is a free network protocol analyzer for Unix and Windows. It
allows you to examine data from a live network or from a capture file
on disk. You can interactively browse the capture data, viewing summary
and detail information for each packet. Wireshark has several powerful
features, including a rich display filter language and the ability to
view the reconstructed stream of a TCP session.

Source Files (show merged sources derived from linked package)
Filename Size Changed
_constraints 0000000275 275 Bytes 11 months
cmake_3-20_compatibility_1.patch 0000001124 1.1 KB 16 days
cmake_3-20_compatibility_2.patch 0000001440 1.41 KB 16 days
wireshark-0001-dumpcap-permission-denied.patch 0000003423 3.34 KB 3 months
wireshark-0008-move-glib.patch 0000006838 6.68 KB 17 days
wireshark-3.4.4.tar.xz 0032290424 30.8 MB about 1 month
wireshark-3.4.4.tar.xz.asc 0000003264 3.19 KB about 1 month
wireshark.changes 0000185308 181 KB 16 days
wireshark.keyring 0000004099 4 KB almost 5 years
wireshark.spec 0000010476 10.2 KB 16 days
Comments for wireshark 5

Linus Kardell's avatar

LinAGKar wrote about 2 years ago

Wireshark here has the global plugin path set to /usr//usr/lib64/wireshark/plugins/3.0

Aurelien Aptel's avatar

aaptel wrote 30 days ago

Could tshark (CLI version of wireshark) be split out in a separate package similar to how other distros do it?

'wireshark' would pull both 'wireshark-cli' and 'wireshark-qt'. tshark and other command-line utilities that do not depend on Qt/X11/... could be installed with the -cli package without pulling all the gfx dependencies

Robert Frohl's avatar

rfrohl wrote 17 days ago

I will think about this a bit more. The problem is that we pull the same source into the SUSE distros. Introducing new packages is a problem there.

Andreas Stieger's avatar

AndreasStieger wrote 16 days ago

Implemented exactly like that since 2014 (SR#244988) / 2016 (boo#961170). What's the problem?

Aurelien Aptel's avatar

aaptel wrote 16 days ago

Ah indeed, my bad. I was expecting "wireshark-cli" but the base wireshark package doesn't include Qt stuff. It's a bit different from what I described but it works too :)

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