The following operating systems are currently supported with the latest development jNetPcap release. The table below also lists the various hardware architectures and packaging options supported.
|Operating System||Version||tar/zip||x86_32||x86_64||Packager |
|Windows XP||SP1 or above||X||X|
|Windows Vista||SP1 or above||X||X|
|Windows 7||SP1 or above||X||X||X|
Linux variant operating systems are supported. All linux systems can run on the "Generic Linux" tar distribution, even the ones that are not part of the list below as long as they meet the minimum "Linux Kernel" version level and minimum "libpcap" library version of 9.8 for pre jnetpcap 1.4 APIs and libpcap version 1.0.0 or above for jnetpcap 1.4.
I just uploaded the first of many dev snapshot builds to the distribution server. The snapshot contains my latest bug fixes on the main development trunk and includes the working WebImage capture demo application. This is the first dev snapshot of many to come. Dev snapshots are going to be released more frequently with the latest and greatest from the main development trunk.
jNetPcap Version 1.2 software has gone through a number of revisions that were labeled 1.2.rc1 through 1.2.rc5. These revisions added new features and fixed numerous bugs. The jNetPcap Version 1.2 so far has been a major success. jNetPcap is being utilized for many different purposes. This includes embedding into a commercial products and utilization in major corporate infrastructure projects. Number of interested companies and users has been phenomenal and explosive.
The tcp-reassembler is working. I wrote up a tiny little GUI application that displays all images found in a file full of http packets that were transmitting various images. All images span multiple TCP segments. They are seamlessly reassembled and passed over to my handler for processing. The handler creates an AWT image out of them and adds it to a SWING application.
Release 1.2.rc5 is released to SourceForge.net release system.
The latest release is a maintenance and new feature release. The release fixes several bugs found since 1.2.rc4. It also adds significant new capability for high level protocol analysis. Analyzers now keep track of sessions, segments and fragments. Provides services to reassemble tcp segnements and Ip fragments. Release also adds Http and Html protocol definitions and supporting analyzers.