[PD] Real time Network Traffic geolocation patch
hans at at.or.at
Thu Oct 14 18:02:31 CEST 2010
Yeah, it would be very useful to use some kind of string format, like
the one used in moocow's bytes2any and any2bytes.
On Sep 26, 2010, at 6:08 AM, Nicolas Montgermont wrote:
> the data outlet is actually working, it was just to set the data
> Everything seems to work fine!
> on osx, you can avoid launching pd as root by changing the read
> access to the interface:
> sudo chmod a+r /dev/bpf*
> there is some explanations on capture right for this software that
> use the same lib:
> good work, it seems very stable.
> maybe having a possibility to switch the data output to ASCII or
> list of int instead of an hexa symbol could be a good thing, but
> it's only optional as it can be done in pd.
> (in c it may be faster)
> Le 25/09/10 21:04, Jordi Sala a écrit :
>> I'm doing some changes in pdpcap, I will change the general ip
>> struct definition, of course and I will look what happens at
>> outlet10. I expect to have this changes done during next week.
>> Thanks a lot for your suggestions and your tests! If you (or any
>> other) have any other suggestion it would be very helpful for me.
>> On 25 September 2010 16:39, Nicolas Montgermont <nicolas_montgermont at yahoo.fr
>> > wrote:
>> Hello Jordi,
>> Cool thing the possibility to do tcpdump in pd!
>> I was trying to build the version 0.0.3 on osx and i run into many
>> errors due to some difference in headers in osx and linux:
>> iphdr and icmphdr struct were not defined in osx,
>> so i added their definition.
>> and tcp and udp source and dest have different labelling:
>> (the bsd standard seems to work on both platform though)
>> so i changed them.
>> it manages to compiles and now seems to run fine!
>> except that i have zero hexadecimal data on the outlet10... and i'd
>> love to have them.
>> maybe it would be nice to use the general ip struct definiton if
>> attached is the diff between your file and mine.
>> thx to share your work,
>> osx 10.5.8
>> pd-extended 0.42.5
>> Le 24/09/10 01:28, Jordi Sala a écrit :
>>> Hi, I've made a patch to visualize on a world map the location of
>>> remote hosts that connects to our computer.
>>> Video demo: http://vimeo.com/15138625
>>> Download the patch (It's a "dirty" patch) but I expect I works for
>>> most linux computers...
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