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'[EE]: Linux USB analysers'
2008\06\19@154127 by Philip Pemberton

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Tamas Rudnai wrote:
> BTW: Is there any good software USB protocol analyzer for linux? And if
> there is any way to use PicKit2 as a debugger with PIKlab or PIKdev or other
> environment? PIKlab claims that it will send firmware 1.x to PicKit2 which I
> do not want, so I might will use the command line tool and maybe the virtual
> Win instead.

There's usbmon, which is built into the kernel. You'll probably want to
compile a CVS version of libpcap and Ethereal; the usbmon text output isn't
exactly user-friendly.

It does pretty much what SnoopyPro does on Windows, but clips packets to ~20
bytes IIRC, due to kernel limitations.

Unless anyone knows of something better?

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2008\06\19@194511 by Xiaofan Chen

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On Fri, Jun 20, 2008 at 3:41 AM, Philip Pemberton <.....piclistKILLspamspam@spam@philpem.me.uk> wrote:
> There's usbmon, which is built into the kernel. You'll probably want to
> compile a CVS version of libpcap and Ethereal; the usbmon text output isn't
> exactly user-friendly.
>
> It does pretty much what SnoopyPro does on Windows, but clips packets to ~20
> bytes IIRC, due to kernel limitations.
>
> Unless anyone knows of something better?
>

If you can spend, a hardware analyzer is way better. There are USB analyzers
working under Linux.

Xiaofan

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