Getting tshark installed on Mac OS X

Download  the wireshark .dmg and open it up.

Then copy the command line files to a location in your path:

512  sudo mkdir /usr/local/bin
513  sudo cp /Volumes/Wireshark/Utilities/Command\ Line/* /usr/local/bin

2 Responses to “Getting tshark installed on Mac OS X”

  1. bill says:

    Hi! I’m trying to get tshark installed on 10.9 and not having much luck. This is the only reference I can find to anyone working out how! Would you mind having another look at how it works and seeing what you can do? I think the distribution has changed. tshark seems to exist inside, but I can’t work out how to move it anywhere useful!


  2. bill says:

    I’m posting here to help anyone in the future who find this – run this in terminal first, and then reinstall Wireshark, and it’ll hopefully work!

    ruby -e “$(curl -fsSL”

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