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Dec 20, 2000, 8:13 AM
Post #2 of 2
On Wed, 20 Dec 2000 15:03:09 +0100
Guillaume Le Malet <guillaume.le.malet [at] fnac> wrote:
> I'm a french student in communications and networks, I only know
> he basics in C and C++. I've got a work concerning ethereal (or
> an other protocol analyser).
> -->I have to create a new fonction for ethereal.
> But I'm a newbie and I can't even manage to find and compile ethereal.
Ethereal's home page is http://www.ethereal.com/.
> So I would like to know:
> -if analyser's source are available.
If by "analyser" you mean "ethereal", yes it is available, and always will be.
Ethereal is licensed under the GPL.
> -if ethereal's windows source are available.
The Unix Ethereal and Windows Ethereal use the same source code.
WinZip should be able to handle the tar.gz format, but you'll
probably want to download and install the Cygwin toolset... it's
a package of Unix tools that run on Windows.
> -How to compile it.
After you unpack the source code, read the README.win32 file