The most recent version can be downloaded directly via github. The following link points to the github archive: >
After downloading a simple make install should be sufficient to install captcp on your system.
unzip master.zip cd captcp-master su -c 'make install'
You can check installation success by calling Captcp:
If the call to Captcp fails you probably have dependencies problems! Captcp is build on top of one required and three optional python libraries. These Python modules are available for all major Linux distribution through the system package system.
|DPKT Packet Parser||Core||Mandatory||python-dpkt (Debian)|
|GeoIP Python Bindings||geoip||Optional||python-geoip (Debian)|
|Cairo Python Bindings||Time Sequence Graph||Optional||python-cairo (Debian)|
|Numpy||Sound Module||Optional||python-numpy (Debian)|
In order to create Gnuplot graphs, generate PDF files, convert to PNG images some additional programs are required. These programs are standard applications and easy installable via aptitude, yum or the distribution specific installer.
Under Debian the following command should install all required dependencies:
aptitude install python-dpkt python-numpy make gnuplot texlive-latex-extra mupdf
Note that the Texlive distribution will require approx 600MB of free disk space. Python, make and Gnuplot need some more free space - in the end approx 700MB free disk space is required. But hey: it is always a good idea to install LaTeX! ;-)
No packages - but should work with some effort. At least I know some working installations. Please flattr this project, all earnings are spend to buy a MAC Pro and test Captcp extensive! ;-)