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Funtoo's portage contains ebuilds for the following initialization systems:
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{{Ebuild
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|Summary=lanmap sits quietly on a network and builds a picture of what it sees
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|CatPkg=net-misc/lanmap
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|Maintainer=
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|Homepage=http://www.parseerror.com/lanmap
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}}
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'''Lanmap''' is a utility to generate visual representations of what happens on your network.  Lanmap passively listens to traffic to generate an image.
  
== In Portage ==
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== Install ==
The following packages have ebuilds available in Portage.
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=== Emerge ===
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<console>###i## emerge lanmap</console>
  
==== OpenRC====
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== Runtime ==
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As lanmap requires access to hardware it must be run as root.
  
(Uses <tt>sys-apps/sysvinit</tt>)
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To generate a lanmap that is easily served via {{package|www-servers/nginx}}, {{package|www-servers/apache}} or any other major webserver.
  
[[Package:OpenRC| <tt>sys-apps/openrc</tt>]] is Funtoo's default init system. Funtoo OpenRC is an independently-maintained, forked version of the [[Wikipedia:OpenRC|OpenRC]] init scripts ([http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/base/openrc/ now maintained by Gentoo]). Funtoo Linux-specific changes generally relate to [[Funtoo Linux Networking|Funtoo network configuration]].
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wired:
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<console>###i## lanmap -i eth0 -T png -o /var/www/localhost/htdocs/</console>
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wireless:
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<console>###i## lanmap -i wlan0 -T png -o /var/www/localhost/htdocs/</console>
  
==== sysvinit ====
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The resulting image will be located at http://localhost/lanmap.png & <code>/var/www/localhost/htdocs/lanmap.png</code>
  
[[Package:sysvinit| <tt>sys-apps/sysvinit</tt>]]
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the official documentation suggests using -o /tmp/ to output to <code>/tmp/lanmap.png</code>
  
==== s6 ====
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as of 06:50, 25 May 2014 (UTC) there are no init scripts or <code>/etc/conf.d</code> configurations to define interfaces & start up.
  
[[Package:s6| <tt>sys-apps/s6</tt>]]
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== External Resources ==
 
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* [http://www.aldeid.com/wiki/Lanmap aldeid.com lanmap wiki]
==== runit====
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{{EbuildFooter}}
 
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[[Package:runit| <tt>sys-process/runit</tt>]]
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==== monit====
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[[Package:monit| <tt>app-admin/monit</tt>]]
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==== systemd====
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[[Package:systemd| <tt>sys-apps/systemd</tt>]]
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== Not in Portage ==
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The following systems do not have ebuilds in portage.
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==== [[Wikipedia:upstart|upstart]] ====
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==== [http://universe2.us/epoch.html| epoch] ====
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==== [[Wikipedia:launchd|launchd]] ====
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==== [http://troglobit.com/finit.html| finit] ====
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==== [[Wikipedia:Service_Management_Facility|SMF]] ====
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==== [[Wikipedia:SystemStarter|SystemStarter]] ====
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= References =
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* [http://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/Comparison_of_init_systems| Gentoo Comparison of Init Systems chart]
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Summary: lanmap sits quietly on a network and builds a picture of what it sees


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Lanmap is a utility to generate visual representations of what happens on your network. Lanmap passively listens to traffic to generate an image.

Install

Emerge

# emerge lanmap

Runtime

As lanmap requires access to hardware it must be run as root.

To generate a lanmap that is easily served via Nginx, Apache or any other major webserver.

wired:

# lanmap -i eth0 -T png -o /var/www/localhost/htdocs/

wireless:

# lanmap -i wlan0 -T png -o /var/www/localhost/htdocs/

The resulting image will be located at http://localhost/lanmap.png & /var/www/localhost/htdocs/lanmap.png

the official documentation suggests using -o /tmp/ to output to /tmp/lanmap.png

as of 06:50, 25 May 2014 (UTC) there are no init scripts or /etc/conf.d configurations to define interfaces & start up.

External Resources