When I was working with Android 4 it definitely did not provide pcap of any
sort, neither the header nor the library. I decided it was easiest to
compile libpcap as a static library and link it into the binaries.
The Android NDK only provides very basic libraries - static versions of
libc, libm, libz, and libstdc++. What any particular device has available
at runtime is another question entirely.
On 16 September 2016 at 19:15, Mark Pizzolato <m...@infocomm.com> wrote:
> Good point. Building with pcap network support only requires pcap.h
> visible at simulator build time. Libpcap is dynamically loaded at
> runtime. Is libpcap.so usually available in the typical Android runtime
> Additionally, Linux pcap networking requires running as root. I guess
> that might be possible on a smart TV, but probably not common...
> On Sep 16, 2016 2:54 PM, Sergii Kolisnyk <kolkm...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> most smart TV use Android,
> and all of them have wired Ethernet port.
> On Sep 12, 2016 9:13 PM, "Mark Pizzolato" <m...@infocomm.com> wrote:
> On Monday, September 12, 2016 at 9:38 AM, Pontus Pihlgren wrote:
> > It's a good start :)
> > On Mon, Sep 12, 2016 at 10:55:07AM -0400, Henry Bent wrote:
> > > I did a proof of concept build a while back using the Android NDK. It
> > > required manually compiling libpcap for networking support but as I
> > > it was fully functional. I was able to bring up 4.2BSD on a vax780 but
> > > access was painfully slow. I was running as root so I have no idea how
> > > it would run on a non-rooted phone. So it's certainly possible but
> > > are bugs to be worked out.
> I think that trying to get libpcap included would be more effort than it
> is worth since essentially all Android devices don't have a wired network
> and thus would be left trying to use libpcap over WiFi. In general, this
> isn't something that works too well.
> - Mark
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