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README.ngrep.html 999 May 28 2004
internal-gopher-menu 222 Aug 8 2002
internal-gopher-unknown 196 Aug 8 2002
ngrep-1.41-win32-bin.zip 44520 Feb 25 2004
ngrep-1.42-1.i386.rpm 36866 Mar 28 2004
ngrep-1.42-1.src.rpm 532755 Mar 28 2004
ngrep-1.42-linux-elf-static.bz2 262615 May 28 2004
ngrep-1.42.tar.bz2 527699 Mar 28 2004
ngrep.8.html 14577 Feb 25 2004
ngrep.exe 126976 Aug 10 2003


These were downloaded from http://ngrep.sourceforge.net

The linux-elf-static binary should run on any linux system. It's a good fallback if your Linux distribution does not already come with it, but because it comes bundled with all the libraries it needs, it will take more disk space and memory when it runs.

The win32-bin package holds "ngrep.exe"; extract it with winzip and place it somewhere in your path (perhaps c:\windows).

ngrep.8.html is a copy of the manual page for ngrep, including a summary of all the command line options.

The .tar.bz2 file holds the source code for the tool if you need to compile it from source. We did not include the windows source, but that's available from the Ngrep home page.

There's a quick introductory article on ngrep at ../doc/ngrep-intro.v0.8.html .


Name        : ngrep                        Relocations: (not relocatable)
Version     : 1.42                              Vendor: (none)
Release     : 1                             Build Date: Sun Mar 28 22:53:07 2004
Install Date: (not installed)               Build Host: sparrow
Group       : Applications/Networking       Source RPM: ngrep-1.42-1.src.rpm
Size        : 68920                            License: Freeware
Signature   : RSA/MD5, Sun Mar 28 22:53:08 2004, Key ID 012334cbf322929d
Packager    : William L. Stearns <wstearns@pobox.com>
URL         : http://ngrep.sourceforge.net/
Summary     : Networked grep
Description :
Ngrep strives to provide most of GNU grep's common features, applying
them to the network layer. ngrep is a pcap-aware tool that will allow
you to specify extended regular expressions to match against data
payloads of packets. It currently recognizes TCP and UDP across
ethernet, ppp and slip interfaces, and understands bpf filter logic in
the same fashion as more common packet sniffing tools, like tcpdump
and snoop.

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