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All releases of EtherApe

  •  05 May 2013 16:44
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    Release Notes: This release adds a new central node mode (a single node can be placed on the display center, useful for routers and proxies), re-enables fullscreen mode, adds a German translation, and updates the Spanish translation.

    •  31 May 2011 05:25
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      Release Notes: A critical bug triggered by RPC traffic that could be exploited to make EtherApe crash just by sending a suitable packet was fixed. No packet data is involved other than the IP addresses, so privilege escalation should not happen.

      •  27 May 2011 19:06
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        Release Notes: EtherApe gains several traffic statistics and can now export them. OS X compatibility was improved. Italian and Swedish translations have been added.

        •  06 Feb 2011 14:03
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          Release Notes: IPv6 support was added. EtherApe now computes average packet size to better estimate network usage. A new option, --min-delay, allows slow-motion replay of a capture file. Note that the non-threaded name resolver is deprecated and will be removed in the next release.

          •  04 Jan 2010 13:52
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            Release Notes: This release adds support for 802.11 WLAN, LLC-SNAP, Radiotap and PPI encapsulation, and 802.1Q VLAN tagging. VLAN tags are decoded but ignored, showing all traffic as being in a normal LAN. EtherApe now uses gnome-doc-utils. Note that this release will be the last mirrored on the CVS repository, which will be shut down on March 2010.

            •  27 Sep 2009 10:52
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              Release Notes: New functionality: a node listing window, substantial performance enhancements, and some improvements here and there. New timing defaults: out of the box, Etherape will react faster to traffic changes and give a better "feel" of current the network state. Most of the UI now uses directly GTK+ instead of Gnome. Bonobo dock and several other deprecated widgets were removed. This is the first release done using Mercurial as an SCM. To ease the transition, this time it will also be available on the old CVS repository.

              •  16 May 2006 20:43
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                Release Notes: Some newer distributions (e.g. Fedora Core 5) weren't able to correctly build the previous release. A critical bug in the preferences dialog was fixed, and Debian compatibility was improved.

                •  06 May 2006 10:25
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                  Release Notes: The manual was completely rewritten with docbook-XML. OS X support was improved. There is now a 'zero-delay' (-z) option for playing captured files without accounting for timestamps. Several bugs, including one preventing conversations from expiring properly.

                  •  15 Jan 2006 05:41
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                    Release Notes: Extensive refactoring in this release allows tighter memory control and improves protocol dissector robustness. Protocol details are now available on all detail dialogs. A new detail dialog was provided for links. protocol aging was introduced along with a new, more portable method for obtaining the available capture interfaces. The preferences dialog was tidied up by removing unneeded entries. Several outstanding bugs were fixed.

                    •  19 Aug 2005 05:11
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                      Release Notes: The ability to resolve names using not only DNS, but also /etc/hosts was added. A new multithreaded name resolver allows etherape to fully support every name resolution configuration, while maintaining the asynch resolving capabilities of the old algorithm. A couple of bugs were fixed, and other tweaks were were done to build on Mac OS X and with gcc4.

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