could you add this feature or discuss it at 13.04 Developer Summit?
be.nicolas.michel at gmail.com
Mon Oct 15 20:03:12 UTC 2012
I just searched on google with these keywords : "linux how to log network
traffic" and found some really helpfull documentation. Of course it will
need some effort from you to make it working since these kind of
information are not really user-friendly by themselves and end-users
usually don't want to do it!
I can recommand you ntop which is a graphical website that gives you stats
and every single network transaction details if you want to:
On stackoverflow (
some guys are recommanding iptraf (http://iptraf.seul.org/) and EtherApe (
http://etherape.sourceforge.net/). I don't know them.
You should try one of these solutions first. Then if it still don't make
you happy, come back here and tells us why ;)
If you are happy with one of them, please gives us a feedback. It's always
good to know what's working well ;)
2012/10/15 Nicolas Michel <be.nicolas.michel at gmail.com>
> Hello Brian,
> I'm curious at knowing which app did you used on Windows to log that kind
> of information? Maybe that knowing it will make it more clear what features
> you do want.
> 2012/10/15 Brian labishi <bni1984 at live.com>
>> AppArmor concept was very neat. I have spent some time with it but found
>> it difficult to use because I am not smart enough with computer
>> programming. I guess the problem is specific to less sophisticated users
>> like myself. But I think it is very neat that ubuntu is using AppArmor.
>> > From: damage3025 at gmail.com
>> > Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2012 13:20:43 -0500
>> > Subject: Re: could you add this feature or discuss it at 13.04
>> Developer Summit?
>> > To: ubuntu-devel-discuss at lists.ubuntu.com
>> > I guess a relevant tool would be AppArmor. I'm not an expert of it,
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