smbc_open error

Christopher R. Hertel crh at
Mon Jun 21 16:01:56 MDT 2010

I have encountered one or two versions of tcpdump that incorrectly handle
"-s 0".  This may do nothing, but try "-s 4096" and see if that works.  4096
should be much more than large enough.  :)

Chris -)-----

Derrell Lipman wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 21, 2010 at 17:31, Rechtien, Elizabeth J <
> Elizabeth.Rechtien at> wrote:
>>  Yes, I did the manpages. Thanks for your help. I think we can do tcpdump
>> host hostname and servername and pipe it to a file to get what we need.
> If the output file is text (human readable) it's not likely to be useful. I
> need the binary file, *without* packet truncation, that I can open with
> wireshark. If you can find options other than the ones I gave you that
> produce that format, it's fine with me.
> Derrell

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