|Subject:||Re: [Ranger-users] ranger: how-tos or cheat-sheet|
|Date:||Tue, 05 Mar 2013 11:01:51 -0500|
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that really works. thanks!|
yes that's my flavor of tcpdump usage, giving me all major info I wanted.
but in case I need to use some other parameters, I still hope I can use the great 'r' (open with) feature and type in whatever command/parameters I want,
and for that, I haven't implemented yet, here is the test:
0 | vim ..
1 | ask
2 | "$EDITOR" ..
3 | "$PAGER" ..
I then typed in "tcpdump -nr" and hit return...but nothing happened....
attached is a pcap file for your reference just in case you need ...
On 03/05/2013 07:20 AM, Roman Z. wrote:
On Tue, Mar 05, 2013 at 01:27:05AM -0500, ping wrote:pcap) have tcpdump && tcpdump -SvvtttXXnr "$path" | head -n $maxln | fmt -s -w $width && exit 6 ;;You use a wrong exit code. There is a table with exit codes in the comments at the top. You probably want to use exit code 4 instead of 6. Also, does "tcpdump -SvvtttXXnr foo.pcap" work by itself? I can't test it because I have no pcap file. Roman
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