Post by Steve Fre » Fri, 20 Nov 1992 19:34:49

>Anybody out there using 'watcher' by Kenneth Ingham?


Quote:>I'm having trouble getting it to compile. I seem to
>be missing the header file "". The #include
>statement is set up with double quotes for a local
>search so I must conclude that it is missing from
>the archive that I pulled down from uunet.

The copy from /pub/unix/Watcher.tar.Z should be complete.
If it isn't, please send me email. Also, where on uunet did you
get it?  ..I'll look at it and see if I can get it replaced with a
less damaged one. One of these days I am going to get a better version
out the door, one that is a bit more configureable. I have most of the C code
written but it,s getting kinda gross... to the point I am thinking
about re-writing it in perl.

>I tried to e-mail Mr. Ingham at the address in his
>README file but get a host unknown error.

Both Mr. Ingham and charon have gone away. :-(



1. PPP Incoming Packet Watcher??

I run PPP to a static address provided by an ISP. Some of my buddies may
be having some fun with me; it'd be nice to catch them at it :)

Is there anything out there, in software, which can watch a PPP connection
and report on the source of the incoming packets? If so, what would that
be? Knowing the packet source, the source can be traced and dealt with.

Kernel is 1.2.13 (yeah, it's a bit old... but it works well!)


2. FTP Automation

3. network monitor/watcher

4. gnucash

5. Bandwidth Watcher/Monitor Help/Info Needed

6. uuid?

7. Turning off Mail-Watcher in Linux mail

8. toshiba lapt tops

9. logfile watcher

10. Watcher...

11. Is there TTY-Watcher for HP-UX ?

12. watcher on NeXT

13. watcher script???