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I've build wireshark v2.1.0 (using cmake) and installed it to /tmp directory. For now i've got a problem - "No interfaces found". I've copied dumpcap from /usr/bin locally to /tmp/bin directory and give all right that it need. Already installed wireshark from debian repository (1.12.0) works fine and sees all interfaces.

asked 01 Dec '15, 03:56

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The Developers Guide, Sect 3.6.1 Run generated Wireshark, Unix/Linux implies that you can't capture from the built version, I'm not sure if that's true these days. Did you set the environment variable as stated?

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answered 01 Dec '15, 05:14

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yes i've set ld.so.conf.d/wireshark.conf path to fresh wireshark bin and lib and then run ldconfig.

Maybe i need anything else?

(01 Dec '15, 05:16) qmor

That's not what the instructions say. Unfortunately I'm unable to help you any further as I'm a Windows guy. Where it just runs after build :-)

(01 Dec '15, 05:22) grahamb ♦

i've tried to start as Sect 3.6.1 said:

WIRESHARK_RUN_FROM_BUILD_DIRECTORY=1 ./wireshark

it's much easier to run (no need any ldconfig changes) but it's still no interfaces in list

(01 Dec '15, 05:34) qmor

To me that would imply some permissions problem, but as to what it is I can't help any further. Hopefully someone else will chime in.

(01 Dec '15, 05:44) grahamb ♦
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