|author||Gerald Combs <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2006-05-31 19:12:15 +0000|
|committer||Gerald Combs <email@example.com>||2006-05-31 19:12:15 +0000|
Rename the main executable to "wireshark", along with more conversions:
ethereal.com -> wireshark.org mailing lists and addresses ETHEREAL -> WIRESHARK Man pages Automake/Autoconf names svn path=/trunk/; revision=18271
Diffstat (limited to 'README.win32')
1 files changed, 30 insertions, 30 deletions
diff --git a/README.win32 b/README.win32
index 84dc93720a..51ff2d0072 100644
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ These are the instructions for installing Ethereal
from the installation executable that is provided on
the Wireshark website at:
and any of its mirrors.
@@ -96,7 +96,7 @@ Developer's Guide
You can find a comprehensive guide how to develop Ethereal in the
Developer's Guide, which you can find (and much more info) at:
The guide contains detailed information how to setup the development
environment and it's usage.
@@ -153,7 +153,7 @@ This will first check the availability of all required tools and then uses
the tool wget to download each package file (together around 30MB!) from the
server location at:
and unpack it in the $WIRESHARK_LIBS directory.
@@ -174,7 +174,7 @@ packages contain header files and stub libraries to link against.
PRECOMPILED VERSIONS OF ALL OF THESE PACKAGES ARE AVAILABLE AT:
The GLIB, GTK+, iconv, gettext packages for win32 can be found at the home
@@ -207,7 +207,7 @@ The optional zlib package for win32 is available at its homepage:
By default, the build process looks for these packages in
-C:\ethereal-win32-libs. You can place them in a different directory, but
+C:\wireshark-win32-libs. You can place them in a different directory, but
you must update the WIRESHARK_LIBS variable in config.nmake accordingly.
The following lists the packages needed to compile Ethereal and the default
@@ -215,28 +215,28 @@ locations where to unpack them, when the above method isn't used.
Package Default Location
- glib-2.4.7.zip C:\ethereal-win32-libs\glib
- glib-dev-2.4.7.zip C:\ethereal-win32-libs\glib
- gtk+-1.3.0-20030717.zip C:\ethereal-win32-libs\gtk+
- gtk+-dev-1.3.0-20030115.zip C:\ethereal-win32-libs\gtk+
- libiconv-1.9.1.bin.woe32.zip C:\ethereal-win32-libs\libiconv-1.9.1.bin.woe32
- gettext-runtime-0.13.1.zip C:\ethereal-win32-libs\gettext-runtime-0.13.1
- net-snmp-18.104.22.168.zip C:\ethereal-win32-libs
- wpdpack_3_0.zip C:\ethereal-win32-libs
+ glib-2.4.7.zip C:\wireshark-win32-libs\glib
+ glib-dev-2.4.7.zip C:\wireshark-win32-libs\glib
+ gtk+-1.3.0-20030717.zip C:\wireshark-win32-libs\gtk+
+ gtk+-dev-1.3.0-20030115.zip C:\wireshark-win32-libs\gtk+
+ libiconv-1.9.1.bin.woe32.zip C:\wireshark-win32-libs\libiconv-1.9.1.bin.woe32
+ gettext-runtime-0.13.1.zip C:\wireshark-win32-libs\gettext-runtime-0.13.1
+ net-snmp-22.214.171.124.zip C:\wireshark-win32-libs
+ wpdpack_3_0.zip C:\wireshark-win32-libs
- adns-1.0-win32-04.zip C:\ethereal-win32-libs
- pcre-4.4.zip C:\ethereal-win32-libs
- zlib123-dll.zip C:\ethereal-win32-libs\zlib123-dll
+ adns-1.0-win32-04.zip C:\wireshark-win32-libs
+ pcre-4.4.zip C:\wireshark-win32-libs
+ zlib123-dll.zip C:\wireshark-win32-libs\zlib123-dll
(to use the default locations, the directories in question should be
created, and each zip file should be unpacked into the corresponding
-directory). If you only want to change the C:\ethereal-win32-libs
+directory). If you only want to change the C:\wireshark-win32-libs
part, you just change the setting of WIRESHARK_LIBS in config.nmake; if
you want to change subdirectories, you'll have to change the individual
item for a package. (Note that some zip files create the subdirectory -
-those zip files just have C:\ethereal-win32-libs in the list above - so
+those zip files just have C:\wireshark-win32-libs in the list above - so
if you don't want the package to be in that subdirectory, you'd have to
rename the directory.)
@@ -254,7 +254,7 @@ GTK+2 will look better in various ways, especially for WIN32 users.
You can get the required libraries from:
or (like the GTK+1 libraries from the GTK+ for Win32 project):
@@ -264,16 +264,16 @@ If you want to try a build with GTK+2.x these Extra libraries are needed
Package Default Location
- gtk+-2.4.14.zip C:\ethereal-win32-libs\gtk2
- gtk+-dev-2.4.14.zip C:\ethereal-win32-libs\gtk2
- pango-1.4.1.zip C:\ethereal-win32-libs\gtk2
- pango-dev-1.4.1.zip C:\ethereal-win32-libs\gtk2
- atk-1.6.0.zip C:\ethereal-win32-libs\gtk2
- atk-dev-1.6.0.zip C:\ethereal-win32-libs\gtk2
+ gtk+-2.4.14.zip C:\wireshark-win32-libs\gtk2
+ gtk+-dev-2.4.14.zip C:\wireshark-win32-libs\gtk2
+ pango-1.4.1.zip C:\wireshark-win32-libs\gtk2
+ pango-dev-1.4.1.zip C:\wireshark-win32-libs\gtk2
+ atk-1.6.0.zip C:\wireshark-win32-libs\gtk2
+ atk-dev-1.6.0.zip C:\wireshark-win32-libs\gtk2
- gtk-wimp-0.7.0-bin.zip C:\ethereal-win32-libs\gtk-wimp
+ gtk-wimp-0.7.0-bin.zip C:\wireshark-win32-libs\gtk-wimp
Be sure to set GTK2_DIR in config.nmake correct, to be able to compile.
@@ -381,7 +381,7 @@ make-reg-dotc.py, packet*.c register.c Python
make-tapreg-dotc, tap-*.c tshark-tap-register.c
Bash + grep + sed
-make-tapreg-dotc, tap files gtk/ethereal-tap-register.c
+make-tapreg-dotc, tap files gtk/wireshark-tap-register.c
in the gtk subdirectory Bash + grep + sed
The Makefile.nmake supplied with the Wireshark distribution will, if
@@ -434,7 +434,7 @@ and for a much smaller installer (using the lzma compression).
In the ethereal directory, type "nmake -f makefile.nmake packaging" to build the installer.
Please be patient while the compression is done, it will take some time even on fast machines.
-You will hopefully now see something like ethereal-setup-0.10.12.exe in the dir packaging/nsis.
+You will hopefully now see something like wireshark-setup-0.10.12.exe in the dir packaging/nsis.
@@ -542,7 +542,7 @@ To get it running, execute the following steps:
$ make check
$ make install
-5. Patch Makefile.am in <ethereal-src>/gtk/Makefile.am by
+5. Patch Makefile.am in <wireshark-src>/gtk/Makefile.am by
removing "ethclist.c" from the dependencies.
This patch is required since the private GTK+ clist widget
@@ -567,7 +567,7 @@ To get it running, execute the following steps:
8. Run wireshark (add /opt/gnome/bin to $PATH if this is not yet done)
- $ <ethereal-src>/ethereal
+ $ <wireshark-src>/ethereal
And voila! Behold the mighty sniffer in all its glory!