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I have fedora 12 in my system. Can I download Wireshark for fedora 12 ?

If yes, then please let me know the link as well as the steps of installation.

Thanks Rke

asked 19 Jan '11, 07:42

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Yes: Wireshark can be downloaded from the Fedora 12 repository.

Just use 'yum install wireshark' (or use packagekit or however you do Fedora installs).

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answered 19 Jan '11, 08:26

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edited 19 Jan '11, 08:27

You may also want 'wireshark-gnome' which I think uses 'consolehelper' "to help console users run system programs" from a user (non-root) console.

(19 Jan '11, 09:31) Bill Meier ♦♦

I used the same "yum install wireshrak" and also "yum install wireshrak-gnome". But both were not working.

It was showing "No wireshrak package present" etc

(19 Jan '11, 22:11) rketest

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(20 Jan '11, 07:05) Bill Meier ♦♦

Re: I used the same "yum install wireshrak" ....

Hopefully "wireshrak" is just a typo and you used "wireshark".

Assuming that's the case, what do you get for the command

yum repolist all

Also: Have you successfully installed Fedora packages on your system? If so, how?

(20 Jan '11, 07:27) Bill Meier ♦♦

Or you can try to squeeze an extra .5% of performance out of it by downloading the source, tweaking it for your system, voiding the warranty, and compiling/running. </sarcasm>

(20 Jan '11, 07:39) GeonJay

i have installed the wireshark using yum. i want to ask now how can i use it to take the traces of packets?

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