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I have previously asked about Wireshark installation on a Raspberry Pi 2 Model B. I was given some disheartening information about its compatibility with ARM architecture. (https://ask.wireshark.org/questions/46422/can-wireshark-be-installed-on-windows-10-iot-core)

I just so happen to also have an Intel Galileo 2. This particular device runs Windows 8 IoT Core Build 9600.16384.x86fre.winblue_rtm_iotbuild.150309-0310

Again, i have successfully installed the winpcap driver using its INF file and DevCon.EXE via a Telnet session.

I have been unsuccessful from this point forward. I am attempting to install Wireshark-win32-1.12.7.exe. I run the command: Wireshark-win32-1.12.7.exe /S

I am returned directly to the c:\Drivers> prompt in my telnet session. No errors, no messages or confirmations of success for failure.

Are there some switches to write a log file of Wireshark install? Is there a way to just install Tshark only only, or is entire Wireshark package required?

Has anyone been successful doing what i am trying to do, or anything anywhere similar to this?

asked 09 Oct '15, 10:11

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edited 09 Oct '15, 10:12


Again, i have successfully installed the winpcap driver using its INF file and DevCon.EXE via a Telnet session.
Is there a way to just install Tshark only only, or is entire Wireshark package required?

If you successfully managed to install WinPcap, you can try to use the Wireshark portable package.

https://www.wireshark.org/download.html

Download "Windows PortableApps® (32-bit)"

Then, unpack it on any Windows machine and copy the files to your Galileo 2.

Regards
Kurt

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answered 11 Oct '15, 05:09

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Another option is to simply xcopy deploy, i.e. copy the Wireshark "program files" directory from another machine.

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answered 11 Oct '15, 07:18

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