I could try but I don't think it would show much. :)
$ ls packet-*.c
packet-arp.c packet-ip.c packet-tcp.c packet-udp.c
According to the old site archives NFS didn't show up until 0.7.8
On 6/13/13 1:27 PM, ronnie sahlberg wrote:
> Can you try loading an NFS trace on it?
> I recall that in the old days, sniffers usually could not decode the
> NFS replies since they did not keep enough state around between
> request/response to identify what kind of response packet it was.
> On Thu, Jun 13, 2013 at 11:09 AM, Gerald Combs <[email protected]> wrote:
>> For Monday's Sharkfest keynote I wanted to show everyone what things
>> looked like back in the early days of the project. After doing
>> unspeakable things to a Red Hat 6.2 VM I managed to get a copy of
>> Ethereal 0.2.0 up and running. Screenshot attached.
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