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Hi, I am building wireshark 2.2.4 in centOs. I used commands: make uninstall, ./autogen.sh, ./configure, make clean, make, make install. For some internal purpose I need to change the version 2.2.4 to 13.0.1 in Help>About Wireshark>wireshark. which set of files I need to change?

asked 10 Jul '17, 02:06

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That would be in the top of configure.ac.

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answered 10 Jul '17, 02:19

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Thanks a lot man... I build by changing m4_define([version_major], [2]) m4_define([version_minor], [2]) m4_define([version_micro], [4]) to my desired version... I don't have enough reputation currently so please somebody select Japp answer as the correct answer.

(10 Jul '17, 03:50) Abhisek

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(10 Jul '17, 04:34) sindy

Done......

(10 Jul '17, 05:16) Abhisek
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