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README.md

TcpView For Linux

Graphical network connections viewer for Linux

Build Status

To get the last release version, please use the PPA: https://launchpad.net/~chipmunk.sm/+archive/ubuntu/ppa

$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:chipmunk.sm/ppa
$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install tcpview

Debian packages (.deb)

https://launchpad.net/~chipmunk.sm/+archive/ubuntu/ppa/+packages

Home page:

https://github.com/chipmunk-sm/tcpview

screenshot_201708111

Description

TcpView For Linux. Touch screen friendly design graphical network connections viewer for Linux.

Names – Show command line, name of the process that owns endpoint.
Pause - Stop loading new records
Record - Do not delete old records.
Copy - Copy the data of a row to the clipboard
Save – Export data to a CSV or XML file
Whois - Service gives you the ability to find out the registered domain holder.
Zoom slider - Will help you select appropriate font size.

How does it work?

"Base module"

Read and parse the information available from

    /proc/net/tcp
    /proc/net/udp
    /proc/net/tcp6
    /proc/net/udp6
    /proc/net/raw
    /proc/net/raw6

The data used from output is:

sl - The number of the line in the output listing.
local_address
rem_address
st - The socket status.
Uid - The ID of the user that owns the socket.
Inode - A cryptic-looking number that identifies the socket to the Linux virtual filesystem.

"Root module"

Loop through /proc/pid/fd/ for collect "inode list" and associated "command line" data

How to build

Install the build-dependencies on the host system

$ sudo apt-get install build-essential
$ sudo apt-get install qtcreator
$ sudo apt-get install qt5-default
$ sudo apt-get install uuid-dev

Clone

Open terminal in your preferred folder:

$ git clone https://github.com/chipmunk-sm/tcpview.git

Build

Either open tcpview.pro with Qt Creator for editing and building, or from the terminal:

$ cd tcpview
$ qmake
$ make

Run tcpview

$ ./tcpview

Translation

Use the Qt Linguist tool to translate text

$ sudo apt-get install qttools5-dev-tools

Open tcpview folder with terminal and update translations:

$ lupdate -no-obsolete -verbose -pro tcpview.pro

Open all editable translations:

$ cd translations
$ linguist language_en.ts language_cs.ts language_de.ts language_fr.ts language_ja.ts language_pl.ts language_ru.ts language_sl.ts language_zh_CN.ts language_zh_TW.ts
$ cd ..

And update .qm files:

$ lrelease -removeidentical -compress tcpview.pro

Finally, rebuild tcpview.

Adding new translations

Add a new translations xx.ts file to tcpview.pro, rebuild tcpview and add your new xx.qm to tcpview.qrc. Finally rebuild tcpview.

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