Update to header structure

I have updated how the header structure is represented in jnetpcap. Currently the header was simply described in native structures in 2 properties: offset and length. The offset is the offset into the overall packet buffer where the header starts and length property stored how many bytes long the header is. So offset + length pointed at the first byte past the header.

Website forum and iPhone support

I have updated the website forum with new and more forum like look and feel. This should make it easier for most of us to actually move around in there.

Also the website is now completely iPhone friendly. So please feel free to check it out. Hopefully I will be able to make it blackberry friendly as well, but for now iPhone looks real good. No zooming in required and all the unnecessary fluff you don't want on the small screen is gone.

What platforms are currently supported?

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 SystemVersiontar/zipx86_32x86_64Packager
Windows XPSP1 or aboveXX
Windows VistaSP1 or aboveXX
Windows 7SP1 or aboveXXX
Open Solaris2009XXX

Note *: Mac/OSX support is currently under development.

The following 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.

[table=theme Linux Systems | Version | tar/zip | x86_32| x86_64 | Packager
Generic Linux | Kernel 2.6.18 or above | X | X | X |
Fedora Core | 8,9,10,11,12 | | X | X | rpm
Redhat Enterprise | 4,5 | X | X | | rpm
Debian | 5 | | X | X | deb
Ubuntu | 9 | | X | X | deb
OpenSUSE* | 11.3 | | X | X | rpm
CentOS | 5.2 | | | |

Build jnetpcap-1.3.b0001-milestone1 is available!

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.

Major Release "changes" Announcement

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.

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