Wireshark – Network Protocol Analyzer Tool for RHEL/CentOS/Fedora

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6 Responses

  1. roberson says:

    Hi everyone. I installed it here in my server CENTOS 5 and after run the wireshark, look for me ((wireshark:5941): Gtk-WARNING **: cannot open display:) what i can do for fix it ?

    Thanks

    Ps: I’ve try run with my user without be root. Just i try run nameuser$ wireshark but he doesn’t work fine.

  2. Niranjan says:

    Hi,

    Also besides the above observation, I just wanted to let you know that I have installed the gtk+, glib after installing wireshark.

  3. Niranjan says:

    Hi Thanks for very descriptive info on Wireshark. It was very helpfull.

    However, I am facing some issues while trying to open wireshark from command prompt.

    [root@p1-vbu1-slot1-diam5 ~]# wireshark

    (wireshark:14036): Gtk-WARNING **: cannot open display:
    [root@p1-vbu1-slot1-diam5 ~]# wireshark –display=:0

    (wireshark:14047): Gtk-WARNING **: cannot open display: :0
    [root@p1-vbu1-slot1-diam5 ~]#

    Niranjan

  4. muthii says:

    Thanks for putting this up I needed to analyze some traffic on my box.

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