Post by Shawn Ramse » Fri, 24 Mar 2000 04:00:00

What do I need to do to get trafshow working? When I run trafshow
(RH6.1) I get this :

Error opening terminal: vt100.

In FreeBSD (which I am accustomed to) you just compile bpfilter into the
kernel. What do I need to do to linux for this to work?


1. trafshow error --- socket error

i just updated my kernel successfully to 2.2.10, and everything has
worked lovely, somethings just as screwy and lp

but i can't run trafshow--- it outputs this

"open: Socket type not supported"

/var/log/messages ----

"modprobe: can't locate module net-pf-17"

any help is appreciated, thanks


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