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#274 fixed Libtrace fails to open some compressed files perry salcock

Libtrace does not open compressed trace files created using crl_to_pcap (a libcoral tool). The error occurs when calling pcapfile_start() - attempting to read the pcap header returns Z_STREAM_END which is interpreted to be an EOF.

This generates the helpful error message of "Failed to start trace: No error" :)

There is a trace on wraith:/scratch/salcock/test2.gz which exhibits this behaviour if you need a test case.

#273 fixed libpacketdump cannot decode the header following Linux SLL perry salcock

Trying to run tracepktdump on the Wireless 1 trace results in the following output:

tracepktdump -c 1 pcapfile:/trace/wireless/1/wireless-i.pcap.gz 

Fri Mar  7 22:52:16 2008
 Capture: Packet Length: 178/178 Direction Value: 1
 Linux SLL: Packet Type = HOST
 Linux SLL: Hardware Address Type = 0x0323
 Linux SLL: Hardware Address Length = 6
 Linux SLL: Hardware Address = 00:00:02:7b:c4:7f
 Linux SLL: Protocol = 0x0019
tracepktdump: symbol lookup error: /home/salcock/install//lib/libpacketdump/ undefined symbol: arphrd_type_to_libtrace

arphrd_type_to_libtrace is only defined locally within the libtrace library. The question is: do we want to make this an external function so that link_6.c can use it, or should we just copy and paste the code for that function into link_6.c and hope we never have to change it?

#272 fixed Can not be compiled under Mac OS X. Complain O_DIRECT flag. perry yww4

When compile svn1541 under Mac OS X, compiler complains:

ior-stdio.c: In function ‘stdio_open’: ior-stdio.c:66: error: ‘O_DIRECT’ undeclared (first use in this function) ior-stdio.c:66: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once ior-stdio.c:66: error: for each function it appears in.) make[2]: * [ior-stdio.lo] Error 1 make[1]: * [all-recursive] Error 1 make: * [all] Error 2

This is due to Mac OS X doesn't has O_DIRECT flag.

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