[Snort-users] Snort183 -A unsock on W2K

Frank Knobbe fknobbe at ...652...
Wed Mar 13 20:51:06 EST 2002

On Tue, 2002-03-12 at 09:47, Dr. Richard W. Tibbs wrote:
> Hey all:
> I downloaded and installed the standard snort pkg for Win32 with IDS 
> center.   I am trying to use the -A unsock feature, which I have used 
> for months on a Linux setup with no problems.  I include snort.h and 
> several other header files in the compile of my socket program, but 
> under Windoze, MS visual studio can't find
> pcap.h
> I looked around via file search and no pcap.h, although I have 
> downloaded and installed Winpcap as per the snort-for-windows 
> instructions.... .
> Looking at snort.h, it doesn't seem like the pcap.h file is unique to 
> *nix, i.e. it is not enclosed with #ifndef WIN32 / #endif.
> So my socket prog won't compile on W2K.  Any ideas?
> The MS visual studio/VC98/include directory has bazillions of other .h 
> files, but no pcap.h.

I'm not sure what Snort package you downloaded, but grab the source from
the Snort CVS. In the directory snort/win32/WIN32-Includes is where you
find pcap.h.


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