On Wed, Aug 09, 2006 at 08:22:18AM +0200, Graeme Lunt wrote:
> I have been working on packaging Wireshark for U3 devices - basically
> a more intelligent USB device - see http://www.u3.com/.
> The packaging is basically a zip file with a manifest file, and it was
> straight-forward to get Wireshark up and running on a U3 device (just
> a couple of filesystem.c changes).
> I have developed a prototype 'packaging/u3' tree with a makefile.nmake
> that builds a U3 package that can then be installed on the device. It
> shows that wireshark works on a u3 device but doesn't yet do all the
> housekeeping tasks. It also currently needs WinPcap to be installed on
> the machine.
> Anyway, just thought I'd flag this and get some feedback.
Can you send a patch so we may have a look at them? If they are of a
broader interest, maybe we should provide a build target for that, or
just put them in some contrib directory so that others interested in
this stuff can play with it too.
Joerg Mayer <[email protected]>
We are stuck with technology when what we really want is just stuff that
works. Some say that should read Microsoft instead of technology.