Someone is using too much bandwidth???

Gavin White white.gavin at gmail.com
Wed Nov 22 16:08:07 CET 2006


What distribution are you using? Fedora, debian, redhat?

On 11/22/06, lubasi <lubasi at zamnet.zm> wrote:
> Hello,
>
> Ntop! wow looks interestig but for the past few 5 hours or so i have
> been struggling compiling it. I can seem to resolve the configure
> error...
>
> checking sctp... no
> checking for xmldump... configure: WARNING: error
>
> *******************************************************************
> *
> * WARNING:  One or more items required for the xmldump plugin are
> *           missing:
> *
> *                  libxml2.so or libxml2.a...yes
> *                  gdome.h...no
> *                  libgdome.so or libgdome.a...no
> *                  glib.h...no
> *                  libglib.so or libglib.a...no
> *                  glibconfig.h...no
> *
> *           (yes means it was found, no means it was not found)
> *
> *       ntop will run just fine without this plugin.
> *
> *>>>    If you want to use the xmldump plugin,
> *
> *???     1. Install the necessary headers and libraries.
> *???    and rerun ./configure
>
> >>ntop is a good solution too.  It gives you current thoroughput and
> >total
> >>bandwidth consumption.
> >>It gives you info about the transmission type as well - TCP/UDP.
>
>
> Am terribly stack!
>
> Teddy L.
>
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