As suggested by Anders: back out 37112.
[obnox/wireshark/wip.git] / dumpcap.c
index aff96ed484a6baaae0ab6ff08d65809d0dd0e4b0..3292d7ed1ff53ae6b5e16c27c91e725cd7cf8805 100644 (file)
--- a/dumpcap.c
+++ b/dumpcap.c
 #include <unistd.h>
 #endif
 
+#ifdef HAVE_ARPA_INET_H
+#include <arpa/inet.h>
+#endif
+
 #if defined(__APPLE__) && defined(__LP64__)
 #include <sys/utsname.h>
 #endif
@@ -58,7 +62,7 @@
 #ifdef HAVE_GETOPT_H
 #include <getopt.h>
 #else
-#include "wsgetopt.h"
+#include "wsutil/wsgetopt.h"
 #endif
 
 #ifdef HAVE_NETDB_H
@@ -72,6 +76,7 @@
 
 #include "ringbuffer.h"
 #include "clopts_common.h"
+#include "console_io.h"
 #include "cmdarg_err.h"
 #include "version_info.h"
 
@@ -80,6 +85,7 @@
 #include "pcapio.h"
 
 #ifdef _WIN32
+#include <shellapi.h>
 #include "capture-wpcap.h"
 #include <wsutil/unicode-utils.h>
 #endif
 #include <sys/un.h>
 #endif
 
+#ifdef NEED_INET_V6DEFS_H
+# include "wsutil/inet_v6defs.h"
+#endif
+
 #include <wsutil/privileges.h>
 
 #include "sync_pipe.h"
@@ -135,6 +145,11 @@ static GAsyncQueue *cap_pipe_pending_q, *cap_pipe_done_q;
 static GMutex *cap_pipe_read_mtx;
 #endif
 
+#ifdef SIGINFO
+static gboolean infodelay;      /* if TRUE, don't print capture info in SIGINFO handler */
+static gboolean infoprint;      /* if TRUE, print capture info after clearing infodelay */
+#endif /* SIGINFO */
+
 /** Stop a low-level capture (stops the capture child). */
 static void capture_loop_stop(void);
 
@@ -158,7 +173,7 @@ static void capture_loop_stop(void);
  * blocked in the select() when the signal arrives, and can just bail
  * out of the loop at that point.
  *
- * However, we don't want to that on BSD (because "select()" doesn't work
+ * However, we don't want to do that on BSD (because "select()" doesn't work
  * correctly on BPF devices on at least some releases of some flavors of
  * BSD), and we don't want to do it on Windows (because "select()" is
  * something for sockets, not for arbitrary handles).  (Note that "Windows"
@@ -192,56 +207,60 @@ static void capture_loop_stop(void);
 
 /** init the capture filter */
 typedef enum {
-  INITFILTER_NO_ERROR,
-  INITFILTER_BAD_FILTER,
-  INITFILTER_OTHER_ERROR
+    INITFILTER_NO_ERROR,
+    INITFILTER_BAD_FILTER,
+    INITFILTER_OTHER_ERROR
 } initfilter_status_t;
 
 typedef struct _loop_data {
-  /* common */
-  gboolean       go;                    /* TRUE as long as we're supposed to keep capturing */
-  int            err;                   /* if non-zero, error seen while capturing */
-  gint           packet_count;          /* Number of packets we have already captured */
-  gint           packet_max;            /* Number of packets we're supposed to capture - 0 means infinite */
-
-  /* pcap "input file" */
-  pcap_t        *pcap_h;                /* pcap handle */
-  gboolean       pcap_err;              /* TRUE if error from pcap */
+    /* common */
+    gboolean       go;                    /* TRUE as long as we're supposed to keep capturing */
+    int            err;                   /* if non-zero, error seen while capturing */
+    gint           packet_count;          /* Number of packets we have already captured */
+    gint           packet_max;            /* Number of packets we're supposed to capture - 0 means infinite */
+    gint           inpkts_to_sync_pipe;   /* Packets not already send out to the sync_pipe */
+#ifdef SIGINFO
+    gboolean       report_packet_count;   /* Set by SIGINFO handler; print packet count */
+#endif
+
+    /* pcap "input file" */
+    pcap_t        *pcap_h;                /* pcap handle */
+    gboolean       pcap_err;              /* TRUE if error from pcap */
 #ifdef MUST_DO_SELECT
-  int            pcap_fd;               /* pcap file descriptor */
+    int            pcap_fd;               /* pcap file descriptor */
 #endif
 
-  /* capture pipe (unix only "input file") */
-  gboolean       from_cap_pipe;         /* TRUE if we are capturing data from a capture pipe */
-  struct pcap_hdr cap_pipe_hdr;         /* Pcap header when capturing from a pipe */
-  struct pcaprec_modified_hdr cap_pipe_rechdr;  /* Pcap record header when capturing from a pipe */
+    /* capture pipe (unix only "input file") */
+    gboolean       from_cap_pipe;         /* TRUE if we are capturing data from a capture pipe */
+    struct pcap_hdr cap_pipe_hdr;         /* Pcap header when capturing from a pipe */
+    struct pcaprec_modified_hdr cap_pipe_rechdr;  /* Pcap record header when capturing from a pipe */
 #ifdef _WIN32
-  HANDLE         cap_pipe_h;            /* The handle of the capture pipe */
+    HANDLE         cap_pipe_h;            /* The handle of the capture pipe */
 #else
-  int            cap_pipe_fd;           /* the file descriptor of the capture pipe */
+    int            cap_pipe_fd;           /* the file descriptor of the capture pipe */
 #endif
-  gboolean       cap_pipe_modified;     /* TRUE if data in the pipe uses modified pcap headers */
-  gboolean       cap_pipe_byte_swapped; /* TRUE if data in the pipe is byte swapped */
+    gboolean       cap_pipe_modified;     /* TRUE if data in the pipe uses modified pcap headers */
+    gboolean       cap_pipe_byte_swapped; /* TRUE if data in the pipe is byte swapped */
 #ifdef USE_THREADS
-  char *         cap_pipe_buf;          /* Pointer to the data buffer we read into */
+    char *         cap_pipe_buf;          /* Pointer to the data buffer we read into */
 #endif /* USE_THREADS */
-  int   cap_pipe_bytes_to_read;/* Used by cap_pipe_dispatch */
-  int   cap_pipe_bytes_read;   /* Used by cap_pipe_dispatch */
-  enum {
-         STATE_EXPECT_REC_HDR,
-         STATE_READ_REC_HDR,
-         STATE_EXPECT_DATA,
-         STATE_READ_DATA
-       } cap_pipe_state;
-  enum { PIPOK, PIPEOF, PIPERR, PIPNEXIST } cap_pipe_err;
-
-  /* output file */
-  FILE          *pdh;
-  int            linktype;
-  int            file_snaplen;
-  gint           wtap_linktype;
-  long           bytes_written;
-
+    int            cap_pipe_bytes_to_read;/* Used by cap_pipe_dispatch */
+    int            cap_pipe_bytes_read;   /* Used by cap_pipe_dispatch */
+    enum {
+        STATE_EXPECT_REC_HDR,
+        STATE_READ_REC_HDR,
+        STATE_EXPECT_DATA,
+        STATE_READ_DATA
+    } cap_pipe_state;
+    enum { PIPOK, PIPEOF, PIPERR, PIPNEXIST } cap_pipe_err;
+
+    /* output file(s) */
+    FILE          *pdh;
+    int            save_file_fd;
+    int            linktype;
+    int            file_snaplen;
+    long           bytes_written;
+    guint32        autostop_files;
 } loop_data;
 
 /*
@@ -259,117 +278,139 @@ static loop_data   global_ld;
 
 
 /*
- * Timeout, in milliseconds, for reads from the stream of captured packets.
+ * Timeout, in milliseconds, for reads from the stream of captured packets
+ * from a capture device.
  *
  * A bug in Mac OS X 10.6 and 10.6.1 causes calls to pcap_open_live(), in
  * 64-bit applications, with sub-second timeouts not to work.  The bug is
- * fixed in 10.6.2.
+ * fixed in 10.6.2, re-broken in 10.6.3, and again fixed in 10.6.5.
  */
 #if defined(__APPLE__) && defined(__LP64__)
 static gboolean need_timeout_workaround;
 
-#define        CAP_READ_TIMEOUT        (need_timeout_workaround ? 1000 : 250)
+#define CAP_READ_TIMEOUT        (need_timeout_workaround ? 1000 : 250)
 #else
-#define        CAP_READ_TIMEOUT        250
+#define CAP_READ_TIMEOUT        250
 #endif
 
 /*
- * Timeout, in microseconds, for threaded reads from a pipe.
+ * Timeout, in microseconds, for reads from the stream of captured packets
+ * from a pipe.  Pipes don't have the same problem that BPF devices do
+ * in OS X 10.6, 10.6.1, 10.6.3, and 10.6.4, so we always use a timeout
+ * of 250ms, i.e. the same value as CAP_READ_TIMEOUT when not on one
+ * of the offending versions of Snow Leopard.
+ *
+ * On Windows this value is converted to milliseconds and passed to
+ * WaitForSingleObject. If it's less than 1000 WaitForSingleObject
+ * will return immediately.
  */
-#define THREAD_READ_TIMEOUT   100
+#ifndef USE_THREADS
+#define PIPE_READ_TIMEOUT   250000
+#else
+#define PIPE_READ_TIMEOUT   100000
+#endif
 static const char *cap_pipe_err_str;
 
 static void
 console_log_handler(const char *log_domain, GLogLevelFlags log_level,
-                   const char *message, gpointer user_data _U_);
+                    const char *message, gpointer user_data _U_);
 
 /* capture related options */
 static capture_options global_capture_opts;
+static gboolean quiet = FALSE;
 
 static void capture_loop_packet_cb(u_char *user, const struct pcap_pkthdr *phdr,
-  const u_char *pd);
+                                   const u_char *pd);
 static void capture_loop_get_errmsg(char *errmsg, int errmsglen, const char *fname,
-                         int err, gboolean is_close);
+                                    int err, gboolean is_close);
 
-static void exit_main(int err) G_GNUC_NORETURN;
+static void WS_MSVC_NORETURN exit_main(int err) G_GNUC_NORETURN;
 
 static void report_new_capture_file(const char *filename);
 static void report_packet_count(int packet_count);
-static void report_packet_drops(guint32 drops);
+static void report_packet_drops(guint32 received, guint32 drops, gchar *name);
 static void report_capture_error(const char *error_msg, const char *secondary_error_msg);
 static void report_cfilter_error(const char *cfilter, const char *errmsg);
 
-static void
-print_usage(gboolean print_ver) {
-
-  FILE *output;
-
+#define MSG_MAX_LENGTH 4096
 
-  if (print_ver) {
-    output = stdout;
-    fprintf(output,
-        "Dumpcap " VERSION "%s\n"
-        "Capture network packets and dump them into a libpcap file.\n"
-        "See http://www.wireshark.org for more information.\n",
-        wireshark_svnversion);
-  } else {
-    output = stderr;
-  }
-  fprintf(output, "\nUsage: dumpcap [options] ...\n");
-  fprintf(output, "\n");
-  fprintf(output, "Capture interface:\n");
-  fprintf(output, "  -i <interface>           name or idx of interface (def: first non-loopback)\n");
-  fprintf(output, "  -f <capture filter>      packet filter in libpcap filter syntax\n");
-  fprintf(output, "  -s <snaplen>             packet snapshot length (def: 65535)\n");
-  fprintf(output, "  -p                       don't capture in promiscuous mode\n");
-#ifdef _WIN32
-  fprintf(output, "  -B <buffer size>         size of kernel buffer (def: 1MB)\n");
-#endif
-  fprintf(output, "  -y <link type>           link layer type (def: first appropriate)\n");
-  fprintf(output, "  -D                       print list of interfaces and exit\n");
-  fprintf(output, "  -L                       print list of link-layer types of iface and exit\n");
-  fprintf(output, "  -S                       print statistics for each interface once every second\n");
-  fprintf(output, "  -M                       for -D, -L, and -S produce machine-readable output\n");
-  fprintf(output, "\n");
+static void
+print_usage(gboolean print_ver)
+{
+    FILE *output;
+
+    if (print_ver) {
+        output = stdout;
+        fprintf(output,
+                "Dumpcap " VERSION "%s\n"
+                "Capture network packets and dump them into a libpcap file.\n"
+                "See http://www.wireshark.org for more information.\n",
+                wireshark_svnversion);
+    } else {
+        output = stderr;
+    }
+    fprintf(output, "\nUsage: dumpcap [options] ...\n");
+    fprintf(output, "\n");
+    fprintf(output, "Capture interface:\n");
+    fprintf(output, "  -i <interface>           name or idx of interface (def: first non-loopback)\n");
+    fprintf(output, "  -f <capture filter>      packet filter in libpcap filter syntax\n");
+    fprintf(output, "  -s <snaplen>             packet snapshot length (def: 65535)\n");
+    fprintf(output, "  -p                       don't capture in promiscuous mode\n");
+#ifdef HAVE_PCAP_CREATE
+    fprintf(output, "  -I                       capture in monitor mode, if available\n");
+#endif
+#if defined(_WIN32) || defined(HAVE_PCAP_CREATE)
+    fprintf(output, "  -B <buffer size>         size of kernel buffer (def: 1MB)\n");
+#endif
+    fprintf(output, "  -y <link type>           link layer type (def: first appropriate)\n");
+    fprintf(output, "  -D                       print list of interfaces and exit\n");
+    fprintf(output, "  -L                       print list of link-layer types of iface and exit\n");
+#ifdef HAVE_BPF_IMAGE
+    fprintf(output, "  -d                       print generated BPF code for capture filter\n");
+#endif
+    fprintf(output, "  -S                       print statistics for each interface once every second\n");
+    fprintf(output, "  -M                       for -D, -L, and -S, produce machine-readable output\n");
+    fprintf(output, "\n");
 #ifdef HAVE_PCAP_REMOTE
-  fprintf(output, "\nRPCAP options:\n");
-  fprintf(output, "  -r                       don't ignore own RPCAP traffic in capture\n");
-  fprintf(output, "  -u                       use UDP for RPCAP data transfer\n");
-  fprintf(output, "  -A <user>:<password>     use RPCAP password authentication\n");
+    fprintf(output, "\nRPCAP options:\n");
+    fprintf(output, "  -r                       don't ignore own RPCAP traffic in capture\n");
+    fprintf(output, "  -u                       use UDP for RPCAP data transfer\n");
+    fprintf(output, "  -A <user>:<password>     use RPCAP password authentication\n");
 #ifdef HAVE_PCAP_SETSAMPLING
-  fprintf(output, "  -m <sampling type>       use packet sampling\n");
-  fprintf(output, "                           count:NUM - capture one packet of every NUM\n");
-  fprintf(output, "                           timer:NUM - capture no more than 1 packet in NUM ms\n");
-#endif
-#endif
-  fprintf(output, "Stop conditions:\n");
-  fprintf(output, "  -c <packet count>        stop after n packets (def: infinite)\n");
-  fprintf(output, "  -a <autostop cond.> ...  duration:NUM - stop after NUM seconds\n");
-  fprintf(output, "                           filesize:NUM - stop this file after NUM KB\n");
-  fprintf(output, "                              files:NUM - stop after NUM files\n");
-  /*fprintf(output, "\n");*/
-  fprintf(output, "Output (files):\n");
-  fprintf(output, "  -w <filename>            name of file to save (def: tempfile)\n");
-  fprintf(output, "  -b <ringbuffer opt.> ... duration:NUM - switch to next file after NUM secs\n");
-  fprintf(output, "                           filesize:NUM - switch to next file after NUM KB\n");
-  fprintf(output, "                              files:NUM - ringbuffer: replace after NUM files\n");
-  fprintf(output, "  -n                       use pcapng format instead of pcap\n");
-  /*fprintf(output, "\n");*/
-  fprintf(output, "Miscellaneous:\n");
-  fprintf(output, "  -v                       print version information and exit\n");
-  fprintf(output, "  -h                       display this help and exit\n");
-  fprintf(output, "\n");
-  fprintf(output, "Example: dumpcap -i eth0 -a duration:60 -w output.pcap\n");
-  fprintf(output, "\"Capture network packets from interface eth0 until 60s passed into output.pcap\"\n");
-  fprintf(output, "\n");
-  fprintf(output, "Use Ctrl-C to stop capturing at any time.\n");
+    fprintf(output, "  -m <sampling type>       use packet sampling\n");
+    fprintf(output, "                           count:NUM - capture one packet of every NUM\n");
+    fprintf(output, "                           timer:NUM - capture no more than 1 packet in NUM ms\n");
+#endif
+#endif
+    fprintf(output, "Stop conditions:\n");
+    fprintf(output, "  -c <packet count>        stop after n packets (def: infinite)\n");
+    fprintf(output, "  -a <autostop cond.> ...  duration:NUM - stop after NUM seconds\n");
+    fprintf(output, "                           filesize:NUM - stop this file after NUM KB\n");
+    fprintf(output, "                              files:NUM - stop after NUM files\n");
+    /*fprintf(output, "\n");*/
+    fprintf(output, "Output (files):\n");
+    fprintf(output, "  -w <filename>            name of file to save (def: tempfile)\n");
+    fprintf(output, "  -g                       enable group read access on the output file(s)\n");
+    fprintf(output, "  -b <ringbuffer opt.> ... duration:NUM - switch to next file after NUM secs\n");
+    fprintf(output, "                           filesize:NUM - switch to next file after NUM KB\n");
+    fprintf(output, "                              files:NUM - ringbuffer: replace after NUM files\n");
+    fprintf(output, "  -n                       use pcapng format instead of pcap\n");
+    /*fprintf(output, "\n");*/
+    fprintf(output, "Miscellaneous:\n");
+    fprintf(output, "  -q                       don't report packet capture counts\n");
+    fprintf(output, "  -v                       print version information and exit\n");
+    fprintf(output, "  -h                       display this help and exit\n");
+    fprintf(output, "\n");
+    fprintf(output, "Example: dumpcap -i eth0 -a duration:60 -w output.pcap\n");
+    fprintf(output, "\"Capture network packets from interface eth0 until 60s passed into output.pcap\"\n");
+    fprintf(output, "\n");
+    fprintf(output, "Use Ctrl-C to stop capturing at any time.\n");
 }
 
 static void
 show_version(GString *comp_info_str, GString *runtime_info_str)
 {
-
-  printf(
+    printf(
         "Dumpcap " VERSION "%s\n"
         "\n"
         "%s\n"
@@ -380,241 +421,74 @@ show_version(GString *comp_info_str, GString *runtime_info_str)
 }
 
 /*
- * Report an error in command-line arguments.
+ * Print to the standard error.  This is a command-line tool, so there's
+ * no need to pop up a console.
  */
 void
-cmdarg_err(const char *fmt, ...)
+vfprintf_stderr(const char *fmt, va_list ap)
 {
-  va_list ap;
-
-  if(capture_child) {
-    gchar *msg;
-    /* Generate a 'special format' message back to parent */
-    va_start(ap, fmt);
-    msg = g_strdup_vprintf(fmt, ap);
-    sync_pipe_errmsg_to_parent(2, msg, "");
-    g_free(msg);
-    va_end(ap);
-  } else {
-    va_start(ap, fmt);
-    fprintf(stderr, "dumpcap: ");
     vfprintf(stderr, fmt, ap);
-    fprintf(stderr, "\n");
-    va_end(ap);
-  }
 }
 
-/*
- * Report additional information for an error in command-line arguments.
- */
 void
-cmdarg_err_cont(const char *fmt, ...)
+fprintf_stderr(const char *fmt, ...)
 {
-  va_list ap;
+    va_list ap;
 
-  if(capture_child) {
-    gchar *msg;
-    va_start(ap, fmt);
-    msg = g_strdup_vprintf(fmt, ap);
-    sync_pipe_errmsg_to_parent(2, msg, "");
-    g_free(msg);
-    va_end(ap);
-  } else {
     va_start(ap, fmt);
-    vfprintf(stderr, fmt, ap);
-    fprintf(stderr, "\n");
+    vfprintf_stderr(fmt, ap);
     va_end(ap);
-  }
 }
 
 /*
- * capture_interface_list() is expected to do the right thing to get
- * a list of interfaces.
- *
- * In most of the programs in the Wireshark suite, "the right thing"
- * is to run dumpcap and ask it for the list, because dumpcap may
- * be the only program in the suite with enough privileges to get
- * the list.
- *
- * In dumpcap itself, however, we obviously can't run dumpcap to
- * ask for the list.  Therefore, our capture_interface_list() should
- * just call get_interface_list().
+ * Report an error in command-line arguments.
  */
-GList *
-capture_interface_list(int *err, char **err_str)
-{
-  return get_interface_list(err, err_str);
-}
-
-typedef struct {
-    char *name;
-    pcap_t *pch;
-} if_stat_t;
-
-/* Print the number of packets captured for each interface until we're killed. */
-static int
-print_statistics_loop(gboolean machine_readable)
+void
+cmdarg_err(const char *fmt, ...)
 {
-    GList       *if_list, *if_entry, *stat_list = NULL, *stat_entry;
-    if_info_t   *if_info;
-    if_stat_t   *if_stat;
-    int         err;
-    gchar       *err_str;
-    pcap_t      *pch;
-    char        errbuf[PCAP_ERRBUF_SIZE];
-    struct pcap_stat ps;
-
-    if_list = get_interface_list(&err, &err_str);
-    if (if_list == NULL) {
-        switch (err) {
-        case CANT_GET_INTERFACE_LIST:
-            cmdarg_err("%s", err_str);
-            g_free(err_str);
-            break;
-
-        case NO_INTERFACES_FOUND:
-            cmdarg_err("There are no interfaces on which a capture can be done");
-            break;
-        }
-        return err;
-    }
-
-    for (if_entry = g_list_first(if_list); if_entry != NULL; if_entry = g_list_next(if_entry)) {
-        if_info = (if_info_t *)if_entry->data;
-#ifdef HAVE_PCAP_OPEN
-        pch = pcap_open(if_info->name, MIN_PACKET_SIZE, 0, 0, NULL, errbuf);
-#else
-        pch = pcap_open_live(if_info->name, MIN_PACKET_SIZE, 0, 0, errbuf);
-#endif
-
-        if (pch) {
-            if_stat = (if_stat_t *)g_malloc(sizeof(if_stat_t));
-            if_stat->name = g_strdup(if_info->name);
-            if_stat->pch = pch;
-            stat_list = g_list_append(stat_list, if_stat);
-        }
-    }
-
-    if (!stat_list) {
-        cmdarg_err("There are no interfaces on which a capture can be done");
-        return 2;
-    }
-
-    if (!machine_readable) {
-        printf("%-15s  %10s  %10s\n", "Interface", "Received",
-            "Dropped");
-    }
-
-    global_ld.go = TRUE;
-    while (global_ld.go) {
-        for (stat_entry = g_list_first(stat_list); stat_entry != NULL; stat_entry = g_list_next(stat_entry)) {
-            if_stat = (if_stat_t *)stat_entry->data;
-            pcap_stats(if_stat->pch, &ps);
-
-            if (!machine_readable) {
-                printf("%-15s  %10u  %10u\n", if_stat->name,
-                    ps.ps_recv, ps.ps_drop);
-            } else {
-                printf("%s\t%u\t%u\n", if_stat->name,
-                    ps.ps_recv, ps.ps_drop);
-                fflush(stdout);
-            }
-        }
-#ifdef _WIN32
-        if (! global_ld.from_cap_pipe)
-            Sleep(1 * 1000);
-#else
-        sleep(1);
-#endif
-    }
+    va_list ap;
 
-    /* XXX - Not reached.  Should we look for 'q' in stdin? */
-    for (stat_entry = g_list_first(stat_list); stat_entry != NULL; stat_entry = g_list_next(stat_entry)) {
-        if_stat = (if_stat_t *)stat_entry->data;
-        pcap_close(if_stat->pch);
-        g_free(if_stat->name);
-        g_free(if_stat);
+    if(capture_child) {
+        gchar *msg;
+        /* Generate a 'special format' message back to parent */
+        va_start(ap, fmt);
+        msg = g_strdup_vprintf(fmt, ap);
+        sync_pipe_errmsg_to_parent(2, msg, "");
+        g_free(msg);
+        va_end(ap);
+    } else {
+        va_start(ap, fmt);
+        fprintf(stderr, "dumpcap: ");
+        vfprintf(stderr, fmt, ap);
+        fprintf(stderr, "\n");
+        va_end(ap);
     }
-    g_list_free(stat_list);
-    free_interface_list(if_list);
-
-    return 0;
 }
 
-
-#ifdef _WIN32
-static BOOL WINAPI
-capture_cleanup_handler(DWORD dwCtrlType)
+/*
+ * Report additional information for an error in command-line arguments.
+ */
+void
+cmdarg_err_cont(const char *fmt, ...)
 {
-    /* CTRL_C_EVENT is sort of like SIGINT, CTRL_BREAK_EVENT is unique to
-       Windows, CTRL_CLOSE_EVENT is sort of like SIGHUP, CTRL_LOGOFF_EVENT
-       is also sort of like SIGHUP, and CTRL_SHUTDOWN_EVENT is sort of
-       like SIGTERM at least when the machine's shutting down.
-
-       For now, if we're running as a command rather than a capture child,
-       we handle all but CTRL_LOGOFF_EVENT as indications that we should
-       clean up and quit, just as we handle SIGINT, SIGHUP, and SIGTERM
-       in that way on UN*X.
-
-       If we're not running as a capture child, we might be running as
-       a service; ignore CTRL_LOGOFF_EVENT, so we keep running after the
-       user logs out.  (XXX - can we explicitly check whether we're
-       running as a service?) */
-
-    g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_INFO,
-        "Console: Control signal");
-    g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG,
-        "Console: Control signal, CtrlType: %u", dwCtrlType);
+    va_list ap;
 
-    /* Keep capture running if we're a service and a user logs off */
-    if (capture_child || (dwCtrlType != CTRL_LOGOFF_EVENT)) {
-        capture_loop_stop();
-        return TRUE;
+    if(capture_child) {
+        gchar *msg;
+        va_start(ap, fmt);
+        msg = g_strdup_vprintf(fmt, ap);
+        sync_pipe_errmsg_to_parent(2, msg, "");
+        g_free(msg);
+        va_end(ap);
     } else {
-        return FALSE;
+        va_start(ap, fmt);
+        vfprintf(stderr, fmt, ap);
+        fprintf(stderr, "\n");
+        va_end(ap);
     }
 }
-#else
-static void
-capture_cleanup_handler(int signum _U_)
-{
-    /* On UN*X, we cleanly shut down the capture on SIGINT, SIGHUP, and
-       SIGTERM.  We assume that if the user wanted it to keep running
-       after they logged out, they'd have nohupped it. */
-
-    /* Note: don't call g_log() in the signal handler: if we happened to be in
-     * g_log() in process context when the signal came in, g_log will detect
-     * the "recursion" and abort.
-     */
-
-    capture_loop_stop();
-}
-#endif
-
-static void exit_main(int status)
-{
-#ifdef _WIN32
-  /* Shutdown windows sockets */
-  WSACleanup();
-
-  /* can be helpful for debugging */
-#ifdef DEBUG_DUMPCAP
-  printf("Press any key\n");
-  _getch();
-#endif
-
-#endif /* _WIN32 */
-
-  exit(status);
-}
 
 #ifdef HAVE_LIBCAP
-/*
- * If we were linked with libcap (not libpcap), make sure we have
- * CAP_NET_ADMIN and CAP_NET_RAW, then relinquish our permissions.
- * (See comment in main() for details)
- */
-
 static void
 #if 0 /* Set to enable capability debugging */
 /* see 'man cap_to_text()' for explanation of output                         */
@@ -633,22 +507,937 @@ print_caps(const char *pfx _U_) {
 }
 
 static void
-relinquish_privs_except_capture(void)
+relinquish_all_capabilities(void)
 {
-    /* If 'started_with_special_privs' (ie: suid) then enable for
-     *  ourself the  NET_ADMIN and NET_RAW capabilities and then
-     *  drop our suid privileges.
-     *
-     * CAP_NET_ADMIN: Promiscuous mode and a truckload of other
-     *                stuff we don't need (and shouldn't have).
-     * CAP_NET_RAW:   Packet capture (raw sockets).
-     */
-
-    if (started_with_special_privs()) {
-        cap_value_t cap_list[2] = { CAP_NET_ADMIN, CAP_NET_RAW };
-        int cl_len = sizeof(cap_list) / sizeof(cap_value_t);
+    /* Drop any and all capabilities this process may have.            */
+    /* Allowed whether or not process has any privileges.              */
+    cap_t caps = cap_init();    /* all capabilities initialized to off */
+    print_caps("Pre-clear");
+    if (cap_set_proc(caps)) {
+        cmdarg_err("cap_set_proc() fail return: %s", strerror(errno));
+    }
+    print_caps("Post-clear");
+    cap_free(caps);
+}
+#endif
 
-        cap_t caps = cap_init();    /* all capabilities initialized to off */
+static pcap_t *
+open_capture_device(interface_options *interface_opts,
+#ifdef HAVE_PCAP_OPEN
+                    capture_options *capture_opts,
+#else
+                    capture_options *capture_opts _U_,
+#endif
+                    char (*open_err_str)[PCAP_ERRBUF_SIZE])
+{
+    pcap_t *pcap_h;
+#ifdef HAVE_PCAP_CREATE
+    int         err;
+#endif
+#ifdef HAVE_PCAP_REMOTE
+    struct pcap_rmtauth auth;
+#endif
+
+    /* Open the network interface to capture from it.
+       Some versions of libpcap may put warnings into the error buffer
+       if they succeed; to tell if that's happened, we have to clear
+       the error buffer, and check if it's still a null string.  */
+    (*open_err_str)[0] = '\0';
+#ifdef HAVE_PCAP_OPEN
+    /*
+     * If we're opening a remote device, use pcap_open(); that's currently
+     * the only open routine that supports remote devices.
+     */
+    if (strncmp (interface_opts->name, "rpcap://", 8) == 0) {
+        auth.type = capture_opts->auth_type == CAPTURE_AUTH_PWD ?
+            RPCAP_RMTAUTH_PWD : RPCAP_RMTAUTH_NULL;
+        auth.username = capture_opts->auth_username;
+        auth.password = capture_opts->auth_password;
+
+        pcap_h = pcap_open(interface_opts->name, interface_opts->snaplen,
+                           /* flags */
+                           (interface_opts->promisc_mode ? PCAP_OPENFLAG_PROMISCUOUS : 0) |
+                           (capture_opts->datatx_udp ? PCAP_OPENFLAG_DATATX_UDP : 0) |
+                           (capture_opts->nocap_rpcap ? PCAP_OPENFLAG_NOCAPTURE_RPCAP : 0),
+                           CAP_READ_TIMEOUT, &auth, *open_err_str);
+    } else
+#endif /* HAVE_PCAP_OPEN */
+    {
+        /*
+         * If we're not opening a remote device, use pcap_create() and
+         * pcap_activate() if we have them, so that we can set the buffer
+         * size, otherwise use pcap_open_live().
+         */
+#ifdef HAVE_PCAP_CREATE
+        pcap_h = pcap_create(interface_opts->name, *open_err_str);
+        if (pcap_h != NULL) {
+            pcap_set_snaplen(pcap_h, interface_opts->snaplen);
+            pcap_set_promisc(pcap_h, interface_opts->promisc_mode);
+            pcap_set_timeout(pcap_h, CAP_READ_TIMEOUT);
+
+            if (interface_opts->buffer_size > 1) {
+                pcap_set_buffer_size(pcap_h, interface_opts->buffer_size * 1024 * 1024);
+            }
+            if (interface_opts->monitor_mode)
+                pcap_set_rfmon(pcap_h, 1);
+            err = pcap_activate(pcap_h);
+            if (err < 0) {
+                /* Failed to activate, set to NULL */
+                if (err == PCAP_ERROR)
+                    g_strlcpy(*open_err_str, pcap_geterr(pcap_h), sizeof *open_err_str);
+                else
+                    g_strlcpy(*open_err_str, pcap_statustostr(err), sizeof *open_err_str);
+                pcap_close(pcap_h);
+                pcap_h = NULL;
+            }
+        }
+#else
+        pcap_h = pcap_open_live(interface_opts->name, interface_opts->snaplen,
+                                interface_opts->promisc_mode, CAP_READ_TIMEOUT,
+                                *open_err_str);
+#endif
+    }
+
+    /* If not using libcap: we now can now set euid/egid to ruid/rgid         */
+    /*  to remove any suid privileges.                                        */
+    /* If using libcap: we can now remove NET_RAW and NET_ADMIN capabilities  */
+    /*  (euid/egid have already previously been set to ruid/rgid.             */
+    /* (See comment in main() for details)                                    */
+#ifndef HAVE_LIBCAP
+    relinquish_special_privs_perm();
+#else
+    relinquish_all_capabilities();
+#endif
+
+    return pcap_h;
+}
+
+static void
+get_capture_device_open_failure_messages(const char *open_err_str,
+                                         const char *iface
+#ifndef _WIN32
+                                                           _U_
+#endif
+                                         ,
+                                         char *errmsg, size_t errmsg_len,
+                                         char *secondary_errmsg,
+                                         size_t secondary_errmsg_len)
+{
+    const char *libpcap_warn;
+    static const char ppamsg[] = "can't find PPA for ";
+
+    /* If we got a "can't find PPA for X" message, warn the user (who
+       is running dumcap on HP-UX) that they don't have a version of
+       libpcap that properly handles HP-UX (libpcap 0.6.x and later
+       versions, which properly handle HP-UX, say "can't find /dev/dlpi
+       PPA for X" rather than "can't find PPA for X"). */
+    if (strncmp(open_err_str, ppamsg, sizeof ppamsg - 1) == 0)
+        libpcap_warn =
+            "\n\n"
+            "You are running (T)Wireshark with a version of the libpcap library\n"
+            "that doesn't handle HP-UX network devices well; this means that\n"
+            "(T)Wireshark may not be able to capture packets.\n"
+            "\n"
+            "To fix this, you should install libpcap 0.6.2, or a later version\n"
+            "of libpcap, rather than libpcap 0.4 or 0.5.x.  It is available in\n"
+            "packaged binary form from the Software Porting And Archive Centre\n"
+            "for HP-UX; the Centre is at http://hpux.connect.org.uk/ - the page\n"
+            "at the URL lists a number of mirror sites.";
+    else
+        libpcap_warn = "";
+    g_snprintf(errmsg, (gulong) errmsg_len,
+               "The capture session could not be initiated (%s).", open_err_str);
+#ifndef _WIN32
+    g_snprintf(secondary_errmsg, (gulong) secondary_errmsg_len,
+               "Please check to make sure you have sufficient permissions, and that you have "
+               "the proper interface or pipe specified.%s", libpcap_warn);
+#else
+    g_snprintf(secondary_errmsg, (gulong) secondary_errmsg_len,
+               "\n"
+               "Please check that \"%s\" is the proper interface.\n"
+               "\n"
+               "\n"
+               "Help can be found at:\n"
+               "\n"
+               "       http://wiki.wireshark.org/WinPcap\n"
+               "       http://wiki.wireshark.org/CaptureSetup\n",
+               iface);
+#endif /* _WIN32 */
+}
+
+/* Set the data link type on a pcap. */
+static gboolean
+set_pcap_linktype(pcap_t *pcap_h, capture_options *capture_opts,
+                  char *errmsg, size_t errmsg_len,
+                  char *secondary_errmsg, size_t secondary_errmsg_len)
+{
+    char *set_linktype_err_str;
+
+    if (capture_opts->linktype == -1)
+        return TRUE; /* just use the default */
+#ifdef HAVE_PCAP_SET_DATALINK
+    if (pcap_set_datalink(pcap_h, capture_opts->linktype) == 0)
+        return TRUE; /* no error */
+    set_linktype_err_str = pcap_geterr(pcap_h);
+#else
+    /* Let them set it to the type it is; reject any other request. */
+    if (get_pcap_linktype(pcap_h, capture_opts->iface) == capture_opts->linktype)
+        return TRUE; /* no error */
+    set_linktype_err_str =
+        "That DLT isn't one of the DLTs supported by this device";
+#endif
+    g_snprintf(errmsg, (gulong) errmsg_len, "Unable to set data link type (%s).",
+               set_linktype_err_str);
+    /*
+     * If the error isn't "XXX is not one of the DLTs supported by this device",
+     * tell the user to tell the Wireshark developers about it.
+     */
+    if (strstr(set_linktype_err_str, "is not one of the DLTs supported by this device") == NULL)
+        g_snprintf(secondary_errmsg, (gulong) secondary_errmsg_len, please_report);
+    else
+        secondary_errmsg[0] = '\0';
+    return FALSE;
+}
+
+static gboolean
+compile_capture_filter(const char *iface, pcap_t *pcap_h,
+                       struct bpf_program *fcode, char *cfilter)
+{
+    bpf_u_int32 netnum, netmask;
+    gchar       lookup_net_err_str[PCAP_ERRBUF_SIZE];
+
+    if (pcap_lookupnet(iface, &netnum, &netmask, lookup_net_err_str) < 0) {
+        /*
+         * Well, we can't get the netmask for this interface; it's used
+         * only for filters that check for broadcast IP addresses, so
+         * we just punt and use 0.  It might be nice to warn the user,
+         * but that's a pain in a GUI application, as it'd involve popping
+         * up a message box, and it's not clear how often this would make
+         * a difference (only filters that check for IP broadcast addresses
+         * use the netmask).
+         */
+        /*cmdarg_err(
+          "Warning:  Couldn't obtain netmask info (%s).", lookup_net_err_str);*/
+        netmask = 0;
+    }
+    if (pcap_compile(pcap_h, fcode, cfilter, 1, netmask) < 0)
+        return FALSE;
+    return TRUE;
+}
+
+#ifdef HAVE_BPF_IMAGE
+static gboolean
+show_filter_code(capture_options *capture_opts)
+{
+    interface_options interface_opts;
+    pcap_t *pcap_h;
+    gchar open_err_str[PCAP_ERRBUF_SIZE];
+    char errmsg[MSG_MAX_LENGTH+1];
+    char secondary_errmsg[MSG_MAX_LENGTH+1];
+    struct bpf_program fcode;
+    struct bpf_insn *insn;
+    u_int i;
+    gint j;
+
+    for (j = 0; j < capture_opts->number_of_ifaces; j++) {
+        interface_opts = g_array_index(capture_opts->ifaces, interface_options, j);
+        pcap_h = open_capture_device(&interface_opts, capture_opts, &open_err_str);
+        if (pcap_h == NULL) {
+            /* Open failed; get messages */
+            get_capture_device_open_failure_messages(open_err_str,
+                                                     interface_opts.name,
+                                                     errmsg, sizeof errmsg,
+                                                     secondary_errmsg,
+                                                     sizeof secondary_errmsg);
+            /* And report them */
+            report_capture_error(errmsg, secondary_errmsg);
+            return FALSE;
+        }
+
+        /* Set the link-layer type. */
+        if (!set_pcap_linktype(pcap_h, capture_opts, errmsg, sizeof errmsg,
+                               secondary_errmsg, sizeof secondary_errmsg)) {
+            pcap_close(pcap_h);
+            report_capture_error(errmsg, secondary_errmsg);
+            return FALSE;
+        }
+
+        /* OK, try to compile the capture filter. */
+        if (!compile_capture_filter(interface_opts.name, pcap_h, &fcode,
+                                    interface_opts.cfilter)) {
+            pcap_close(pcap_h);
+            report_cfilter_error(interface_opts.cfilter, errmsg);
+            return FALSE;
+        }
+        pcap_close(pcap_h);
+
+        /* Now print the filter code. */
+        insn = fcode.bf_insns;
+
+        for (i = 0; i < fcode.bf_len; insn++, i++)
+            printf("%s\n", bpf_image(insn, i));
+    }
+    if (capture_child) {
+        /* Let our parent know we succeeded. */
+        pipe_write_block(2, SP_SUCCESS, NULL);
+    }
+    return TRUE;
+}
+#endif
+
+/*
+ * capture_interface_list() is expected to do the right thing to get
+ * a list of interfaces.
+ *
+ * In most of the programs in the Wireshark suite, "the right thing"
+ * is to run dumpcap and ask it for the list, because dumpcap may
+ * be the only program in the suite with enough privileges to get
+ * the list.
+ *
+ * In dumpcap itself, however, we obviously can't run dumpcap to
+ * ask for the list.  Therefore, our capture_interface_list() should
+ * just call get_interface_list().
+ */
+GList *
+capture_interface_list(int *err, char **err_str)
+{
+    return get_interface_list(err, err_str);
+}
+
+/*
+ * Get the data-link type for a libpcap device.
+ * This works around AIX 5.x's non-standard and incompatible-with-the-
+ * rest-of-the-universe libpcap.
+ */
+static int
+get_pcap_linktype(pcap_t *pch, const char *devname
+#ifndef _AIX
+        _U_
+#endif
+)
+{
+    int linktype;
+#ifdef _AIX
+    const char *ifacename;
+#endif
+
+    linktype = pcap_datalink(pch);
+#ifdef _AIX
+
+    /*
+     * The libpcap that comes with AIX 5.x uses RFC 1573 ifType values
+     * rather than DLT_ values for link-layer types; the ifType values
+     * for LAN devices are:
+     *
+     *  Ethernet        6
+     *  802.3           7
+     *  Token Ring      9
+     *  FDDI            15
+     *
+     * and the ifType value for a loopback device is 24.
+     *
+     * The AIX names for LAN devices begin with:
+     *
+     *  Ethernet                en
+     *  802.3                   et
+     *  Token Ring              tr
+     *  FDDI                    fi
+     *
+     * and the AIX names for loopback devices begin with "lo".
+     *
+     * (The difference between "Ethernet" and "802.3" is presumably
+     * whether packets have an Ethernet header, with a packet type,
+     * or an 802.3 header, with a packet length, followed by an 802.2
+     * header and possibly a SNAP header.)
+     *
+     * If the device name matches "linktype" interpreted as an ifType
+     * value, rather than as a DLT_ value, we will assume this is AIX's
+     * non-standard, incompatible libpcap, rather than a standard libpcap,
+     * and will map the link-layer type to the standard DLT_ value for
+     * that link-layer type, as that's what the rest of Wireshark expects.
+     *
+     * (This means the capture files won't be readable by a tcpdump
+     * linked with AIX's non-standard libpcap, but so it goes.  They
+     * *will* be readable by standard versions of tcpdump, Wireshark,
+     * and so on.)
+     *
+     * XXX - if we conclude we're using AIX libpcap, should we also
+     * set a flag to cause us to assume the time stamps are in
+     * seconds-and-nanoseconds form, and to convert them to
+     * seconds-and-microseconds form before processing them and
+     * writing them out?
+     */
+
+    /*
+     * Find the last component of the device name, which is the
+     * interface name.
+     */
+    ifacename = strchr(devname, '/');
+    if (ifacename == NULL)
+        ifacename = devname;
+
+    /* See if it matches any of the LAN device names. */
+    if (strncmp(ifacename, "en", 2) == 0) {
+        if (linktype == 6) {
+            /*
+             * That's the RFC 1573 value for Ethernet; map it to DLT_EN10MB.
+             */
+            linktype = 1;
+        }
+    } else if (strncmp(ifacename, "et", 2) == 0) {
+        if (linktype == 7) {
+            /*
+             * That's the RFC 1573 value for 802.3; map it to DLT_EN10MB.
+             * (libpcap, tcpdump, Wireshark, etc. don't care if it's Ethernet
+             * or 802.3.)
+             */
+            linktype = 1;
+        }
+    } else if (strncmp(ifacename, "tr", 2) == 0) {
+        if (linktype == 9) {
+            /*
+             * That's the RFC 1573 value for 802.5 (Token Ring); map it to
+             * DLT_IEEE802, which is what's used for Token Ring.
+             */
+            linktype = 6;
+        }
+    } else if (strncmp(ifacename, "fi", 2) == 0) {
+        if (linktype == 15) {
+            /*
+             * That's the RFC 1573 value for FDDI; map it to DLT_FDDI.
+             */
+            linktype = 10;
+        }
+    } else if (strncmp(ifacename, "lo", 2) == 0) {
+        if (linktype == 24) {
+            /*
+             * That's the RFC 1573 value for "software loopback" devices; map it
+             * to DLT_NULL, which is what's used for loopback devices on BSD.
+             */
+            linktype = 0;
+        }
+    }
+#endif
+
+    return linktype;
+}
+
+static data_link_info_t *
+create_data_link_info(int dlt)
+{
+    data_link_info_t *data_link_info;
+    const char *text;
+
+    data_link_info = (data_link_info_t *)g_malloc(sizeof (data_link_info_t));
+    data_link_info->dlt = dlt;
+    text = pcap_datalink_val_to_name(dlt);
+    if (text != NULL)
+        data_link_info->name = g_strdup(text);
+    else
+        data_link_info->name = g_strdup_printf("DLT %d", dlt);
+    text = pcap_datalink_val_to_description(dlt);
+    if (text != NULL)
+        data_link_info->description = g_strdup(text);
+    else
+        data_link_info->description = NULL;
+    return data_link_info;
+}
+
+/*
+ * Get the capabilities of a network device.
+ */
+static if_capabilities_t *
+get_if_capabilities(const char *devname, gboolean monitor_mode
+#ifndef HAVE_PCAP_CREATE
+        _U_
+#endif
+, char **err_str)
+{
+    if_capabilities_t *caps;
+    char errbuf[PCAP_ERRBUF_SIZE];
+    pcap_t *pch;
+#ifdef HAVE_PCAP_CREATE
+    int status;
+#endif
+    int deflt;
+#ifdef HAVE_PCAP_LIST_DATALINKS
+    int *linktypes;
+    int i, nlt;
+#endif
+    data_link_info_t *data_link_info;
+
+    /*
+     * Allocate the interface capabilities structure.
+     */
+    caps = g_malloc(sizeof *caps);
+
+#ifdef HAVE_PCAP_OPEN
+    pch = pcap_open(devname, MIN_PACKET_SIZE, 0, 0, NULL, errbuf);
+    caps->can_set_rfmon = FALSE;
+    if (pch == NULL) {
+        if (err_str != NULL)
+            *err_str = g_strdup(errbuf);
+        g_free(caps);
+        return NULL;
+    }
+#elif defined(HAVE_PCAP_CREATE)
+    pch = pcap_create(devname, errbuf);
+    if (pch == NULL) {
+        if (err_str != NULL)
+            *err_str = g_strdup(errbuf);
+        g_free(caps);
+        return NULL;
+    }
+    status = pcap_can_set_rfmon(pch);
+    if (status < 0) {
+        /* Error. */
+        if (status == PCAP_ERROR)
+            *err_str = g_strdup_printf("pcap_can_set_rfmon() failed: %s",
+                                       pcap_geterr(pch));
+        else
+            *err_str = g_strdup(pcap_statustostr(status));
+        pcap_close(pch);
+        g_free(caps);
+        return NULL;
+    }
+    if (status == 0)
+        caps->can_set_rfmon = FALSE;
+    else if (status == 1) {
+        caps->can_set_rfmon = TRUE;
+        if (monitor_mode)
+            pcap_set_rfmon(pch, 1);
+    } else {
+        if (err_str != NULL) {
+            *err_str = g_strdup_printf("pcap_can_set_rfmon() returned %d",
+                                       status);
+        }
+        pcap_close(pch);
+        g_free(caps);
+        return NULL;
+    }
+
+    status = pcap_activate(pch);
+    if (status < 0) {
+        /* Error.  We ignore warnings (status > 0). */
+        if (err_str != NULL) {
+            if (status == PCAP_ERROR)
+                *err_str = g_strdup_printf("pcap_activate() failed: %s",
+                                           pcap_geterr(pch));
+            else
+                *err_str = g_strdup(pcap_statustostr(status));
+        }
+        pcap_close(pch);
+        g_free(caps);
+        return NULL;
+    }
+#else
+    pch = pcap_open_live(devname, MIN_PACKET_SIZE, 0, 0, errbuf);
+    caps->can_set_rfmon = FALSE;
+    if (pch == NULL) {
+        if (err_str != NULL)
+            *err_str = g_strdup(errbuf);
+        g_free(caps);
+        return NULL;
+    }
+#endif
+    deflt = get_pcap_linktype(pch, devname);
+#ifdef HAVE_PCAP_LIST_DATALINKS
+    nlt = pcap_list_datalinks(pch, &linktypes);
+    if (nlt == 0 || linktypes == NULL) {
+        pcap_close(pch);
+        if (err_str != NULL)
+            *err_str = NULL; /* an empty list doesn't mean an error */
+        return NULL;
+    }
+    caps->data_link_types = NULL;
+    for (i = 0; i < nlt; i++) {
+        data_link_info = create_data_link_info(linktypes[i]);
+
+        /*
+         * XXX - for 802.11, make the most detailed 802.11
+         * version the default, rather than the one the
+         * device has as the default?
+         */
+        if (linktypes[i] == deflt)
+            caps->data_link_types = g_list_prepend(caps->data_link_types,
+                                                   data_link_info);
+        else
+            caps->data_link_types = g_list_append(caps->data_link_types,
+                                                  data_link_info);
+    }
+#ifdef HAVE_PCAP_FREE_DATALINKS
+    pcap_free_datalinks(linktypes);
+#else
+    /*
+     * In Windows, there's no guarantee that if you have a library
+     * built with one version of the MSVC++ run-time library, and
+     * it returns a pointer to allocated data, you can free that
+     * data from a program linked with another version of the
+     * MSVC++ run-time library.
+     *
+     * This is not an issue on UN*X.
+     *
+     * See the mail threads starting at
+     *
+     *    http://www.winpcap.org/pipermail/winpcap-users/2006-September/001421.html
+     *
+     * and
+     *
+     *    http://www.winpcap.org/pipermail/winpcap-users/2008-May/002498.html
+     */
+#ifndef _WIN32
+#define xx_free free  /* hack so checkAPIs doesn't complain */
+    xx_free(linktypes);
+#endif /* _WIN32 */
+#endif /* HAVE_PCAP_FREE_DATALINKS */
+#else /* HAVE_PCAP_LIST_DATALINKS */
+
+    data_link_info = create_data_link_info(deflt);
+    caps->data_link_types = g_list_append(caps->data_link_types,
+                                          data_link_info);
+#endif /* HAVE_PCAP_LIST_DATALINKS */
+
+    pcap_close(pch);
+
+    if (err_str != NULL)
+        *err_str = NULL;
+    return caps;
+}
+
+#define ADDRSTRLEN 46 /* Covers IPv4 & IPv6 */
+static void
+print_machine_readable_interfaces(GList *if_list)
+{
+    int         i;
+    GList       *if_entry;
+    if_info_t   *if_info;
+    GSList      *addr;
+    if_addr_t   *if_addr;
+    char        addr_str[ADDRSTRLEN];
+
+    if (capture_child) {
+        /* Let our parent know we succeeded. */
+        pipe_write_block(2, SP_SUCCESS, NULL);
+    }
+
+    i = 1;  /* Interface id number */
+    for (if_entry = g_list_first(if_list); if_entry != NULL;
+         if_entry = g_list_next(if_entry)) {
+        if_info = (if_info_t *)if_entry->data;
+        printf("%d. %s", i++, if_info->name);
+
+        /*
+         * Print the contents of the if_entry struct in a parseable format.
+         * Each if_entry element is tab-separated.  Addresses are comma-
+         * separated.
+         */
+        /* XXX - Make sure our description doesn't contain a tab */
+        if (if_info->description != NULL)
+            printf("\t%s\t", if_info->description);
+        else
+            printf("\t\t");
+
+        for(addr = g_slist_nth(if_info->addrs, 0); addr != NULL;
+                    addr = g_slist_next(addr)) {
+            if (addr != g_slist_nth(if_info->addrs, 0))
+                printf(",");
+
+            if_addr = (if_addr_t *)addr->data;
+            switch(if_addr->ifat_type) {
+            case IF_AT_IPv4:
+                if (inet_ntop(AF_INET, &if_addr->addr.ip4_addr, addr_str,
+                              ADDRSTRLEN)) {
+                    printf("%s", addr_str);
+                } else {
+                    printf("<unknown IPv4>");
+                }
+                break;
+            case IF_AT_IPv6:
+                if (inet_ntop(AF_INET6, &if_addr->addr.ip6_addr,
+                              addr_str, ADDRSTRLEN)) {
+                    printf("%s", addr_str);
+                } else {
+                    printf("<unknown IPv6>");
+                }
+                break;
+            default:
+                printf("<type unknown %u>", if_addr->ifat_type);
+            }
+        }
+
+        if (if_info->loopback)
+            printf("\tloopback");
+        else
+            printf("\tnetwork");
+
+        printf("\n");
+    }
+}
+
+/*
+ * If you change the machine-readable output format of this function,
+ * you MUST update capture_ifinfo.c:capture_get_if_capabilities() accordingly!
+ */
+static void
+print_machine_readable_if_capabilities(if_capabilities_t *caps)
+{
+    GList *lt_entry;
+    data_link_info_t *data_link_info;
+    const gchar *desc_str;
+
+    if (capture_child) {
+        /* Let our parent know we succeeded. */
+        pipe_write_block(2, SP_SUCCESS, NULL);
+    }
+
+    if (caps->can_set_rfmon)
+        printf("1\n");
+    else
+        printf("0\n");
+    for (lt_entry = caps->data_link_types; lt_entry != NULL;
+         lt_entry = g_list_next(lt_entry)) {
+      data_link_info = (data_link_info_t *)lt_entry->data;
+      if (data_link_info->description != NULL)
+        desc_str = data_link_info->description;
+      else
+        desc_str = "(not supported)";
+      printf("%d\t%s\t%s\n", data_link_info->dlt, data_link_info->name,
+             desc_str);
+    }
+}
+
+typedef struct {
+    char *name;
+    pcap_t *pch;
+} if_stat_t;
+
+/* Print the number of packets captured for each interface until we're killed. */
+static int
+print_statistics_loop(gboolean machine_readable)
+{
+    GList       *if_list, *if_entry, *stat_list = NULL, *stat_entry;
+    if_info_t   *if_info;
+    if_stat_t   *if_stat;
+    int         err;
+    gchar       *err_str;
+    pcap_t      *pch;
+    char        errbuf[PCAP_ERRBUF_SIZE];
+    struct pcap_stat ps;
+
+    if_list = get_interface_list(&err, &err_str);
+    if (if_list == NULL) {
+        switch (err) {
+        case CANT_GET_INTERFACE_LIST:
+            cmdarg_err("%s", err_str);
+            g_free(err_str);
+            break;
+
+        case NO_INTERFACES_FOUND:
+            cmdarg_err("There are no interfaces on which a capture can be done");
+            break;
+        }
+        return err;
+    }
+
+    for (if_entry = g_list_first(if_list); if_entry != NULL; if_entry = g_list_next(if_entry)) {
+        if_info = (if_info_t *)if_entry->data;
+#ifdef HAVE_PCAP_OPEN
+        pch = pcap_open(if_info->name, MIN_PACKET_SIZE, 0, 0, NULL, errbuf);
+#else
+        pch = pcap_open_live(if_info->name, MIN_PACKET_SIZE, 0, 0, errbuf);
+#endif
+
+        if (pch) {
+            if_stat = (if_stat_t *)g_malloc(sizeof(if_stat_t));
+            if_stat->name = g_strdup(if_info->name);
+            if_stat->pch = pch;
+            stat_list = g_list_append(stat_list, if_stat);
+        }
+    }
+
+    if (!stat_list) {
+        cmdarg_err("There are no interfaces on which a capture can be done");
+        return 2;
+    }
+
+    if (capture_child) {
+        /* Let our parent know we succeeded. */
+        pipe_write_block(2, SP_SUCCESS, NULL);
+    }
+
+    if (!machine_readable) {
+        printf("%-15s  %10s  %10s\n", "Interface", "Received",
+            "Dropped");
+    }
+
+    global_ld.go = TRUE;
+    while (global_ld.go) {
+        for (stat_entry = g_list_first(stat_list); stat_entry != NULL; stat_entry = g_list_next(stat_entry)) {
+            if_stat = (if_stat_t *)stat_entry->data;
+            pcap_stats(if_stat->pch, &ps);
+
+            if (!machine_readable) {
+                printf("%-15s  %10u  %10u\n", if_stat->name,
+                    ps.ps_recv, ps.ps_drop);
+            } else {
+                printf("%s\t%u\t%u\n", if_stat->name,
+                    ps.ps_recv, ps.ps_drop);
+                fflush(stdout);
+            }
+        }
+#ifdef _WIN32
+        if (! global_ld.from_cap_pipe)
+            Sleep(1 * 1000);
+#else
+        sleep(1);
+#endif
+    }
+
+    /* XXX - Not reached.  Should we look for 'q' in stdin? */
+    for (stat_entry = g_list_first(stat_list); stat_entry != NULL; stat_entry = g_list_next(stat_entry)) {
+        if_stat = (if_stat_t *)stat_entry->data;
+        pcap_close(if_stat->pch);
+        g_free(if_stat->name);
+        g_free(if_stat);
+    }
+    g_list_free(stat_list);
+    free_interface_list(if_list);
+
+    return 0;
+}
+
+
+#ifdef _WIN32
+static BOOL WINAPI
+capture_cleanup_handler(DWORD dwCtrlType)
+{
+    /* CTRL_C_EVENT is sort of like SIGINT, CTRL_BREAK_EVENT is unique to
+       Windows, CTRL_CLOSE_EVENT is sort of like SIGHUP, CTRL_LOGOFF_EVENT
+       is also sort of like SIGHUP, and CTRL_SHUTDOWN_EVENT is sort of
+       like SIGTERM at least when the machine's shutting down.
+
+       For now, if we're running as a command rather than a capture child,
+       we handle all but CTRL_LOGOFF_EVENT as indications that we should
+       clean up and quit, just as we handle SIGINT, SIGHUP, and SIGTERM
+       in that way on UN*X.
+
+       If we're not running as a capture child, we might be running as
+       a service; ignore CTRL_LOGOFF_EVENT, so we keep running after the
+       user logs out.  (XXX - can we explicitly check whether we're
+       running as a service?) */
+
+    g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_INFO,
+        "Console: Control signal");
+    g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG,
+        "Console: Control signal, CtrlType: %u", dwCtrlType);
+
+    /* Keep capture running if we're a service and a user logs off */
+    if (capture_child || (dwCtrlType != CTRL_LOGOFF_EVENT)) {
+        capture_loop_stop();
+        return TRUE;
+    } else {
+        return FALSE;
+    }
+}
+#else
+static void
+capture_cleanup_handler(int signum _U_)
+{
+    /* On UN*X, we cleanly shut down the capture on SIGINT, SIGHUP, and
+       SIGTERM.  We assume that if the user wanted it to keep running
+       after they logged out, they'd have nohupped it. */
+
+    /* Note: don't call g_log() in the signal handler: if we happened to be in
+     * g_log() in process context when the signal came in, g_log will detect
+     * the "recursion" and abort.
+     */
+
+    capture_loop_stop();
+}
+#endif
+
+
+static void
+report_capture_count(void)
+{
+    /* Don't print this if we're a capture child. */
+    if (!capture_child) {
+        if (quiet) {
+            /* Report the count only if we aren't printing a packet count
+               as packets arrive. */
+            fprintf(stderr, "Packets captured: %u\n", global_ld.packet_count);
+            /* stderr could be line buffered */
+            fflush(stderr);
+        }
+    }
+}
+
+
+#ifdef SIGINFO
+static void
+report_counts_for_siginfo(void)
+{
+    report_capture_count();
+    infoprint = FALSE; /* we just reported it */
+}
+
+static void
+report_counts_siginfo(int signum _U_)
+{
+    int sav_errno = errno;
+
+    /* If we've been told to delay printing, just set a flag asking
+       that we print counts (if we're supposed to), otherwise print
+       the count of packets captured (if we're supposed to). */
+    if (infodelay)
+        infoprint = TRUE;
+    else
+        report_counts_for_siginfo();
+    errno = sav_errno;
+}
+#endif /* SIGINFO */
+
+static void
+exit_main(int status)
+{
+#ifdef _WIN32
+    /* Shutdown windows sockets */
+    WSACleanup();
+
+    /* can be helpful for debugging */
+#ifdef DEBUG_DUMPCAP
+    printf("Press any key\n");
+    _getch();
+#endif
+
+#endif /* _WIN32 */
+
+    exit(status);
+}
+
+#ifdef HAVE_LIBCAP
+/*
+ * If we were linked with libcap (not libpcap), make sure we have
+ * CAP_NET_ADMIN and CAP_NET_RAW, then relinquish our permissions.
+ * (See comment in main() for details)
+ */
+static void
+relinquish_privs_except_capture(void)
+{
+    /* If 'started_with_special_privs' (ie: suid) then enable for
+     *  ourself the  NET_ADMIN and NET_RAW capabilities and then
+     *  drop our suid privileges.
+     *
+     * CAP_NET_ADMIN: Promiscuous mode and a truckload of other
+     *                stuff we don't need (and shouldn't have).
+     * CAP_NET_RAW:   Packet capture (raw sockets).
+     */
+
+    if (started_with_special_privs()) {
+        cap_value_t cap_list[2] = { CAP_NET_ADMIN, CAP_NET_RAW };
+        int cl_len = sizeof(cap_list) / sizeof(cap_value_t);
+
+        cap_t caps = cap_init();    /* all capabilities initialized to off */
 
         print_caps("Pre drop, pre set");
 
@@ -677,72 +1466,37 @@ relinquish_privs_except_capture(void)
     }
 }
 
-
-static void
-relinquish_all_capabilities(void)
-{
-    /* Drop any and all capabilities this process may have.            */
-    /* Allowed whether or not process has any privileges.              */
-    cap_t caps = cap_init();    /* all capabilities initialized to off */
-    print_caps("Pre-clear");
-    if (cap_set_proc(caps)) {
-        cmdarg_err("cap_set_proc() fail return: %s", strerror(errno));
-    }
-    print_caps("Post-clear");
-    cap_free(caps);
-}
-
 #endif /* HAVE_LIBCAP */
 
-/* Set the data link type on a pcap. */
-static const char *
-set_pcap_linktype(pcap_t *pch, char *devname
-#ifdef HAVE_PCAP_SET_DATALINK
-       _U_
-#endif
-       , int dlt)
-{
-#ifdef HAVE_PCAP_SET_DATALINK
-       if (pcap_set_datalink(pch, dlt) == 0)
-               return NULL;    /* no error */
-       return pcap_geterr(pch);
-#else
-       /* Let them set it to the type it is; reject any other request. */
-       if (get_pcap_linktype(pch, devname) == dlt)
-               return NULL;    /* no error */
-       return "That DLT isn't one of the DLTs supported by this device";
-#endif
-}
-
 /* Take care of byte order in the libpcap headers read from pipes.
  * (function taken from wiretap/libpcap.c) */
 static void
 cap_pipe_adjust_header(gboolean byte_swapped, struct pcap_hdr *hdr, struct pcaprec_hdr *rechdr)
 {
-  if (byte_swapped) {
-    /* Byte-swap the record header fields. */
-    rechdr->ts_sec = BSWAP32(rechdr->ts_sec);
-    rechdr->ts_usec = BSWAP32(rechdr->ts_usec);
-    rechdr->incl_len = BSWAP32(rechdr->incl_len);
-    rechdr->orig_len = BSWAP32(rechdr->orig_len);
-  }
-
-  /* In file format version 2.3, the "incl_len" and "orig_len" fields were
-     swapped, in order to match the BPF header layout.
-
-     Unfortunately, some files were, according to a comment in the "libpcap"
-     source, written with version 2.3 in their headers but without the
-     interchanged fields, so if "incl_len" is greater than "orig_len" - which
-     would make no sense - we assume that we need to swap them.  */
-  if (hdr->version_major == 2 &&
-      (hdr->version_minor < 3 ||
-       (hdr->version_minor == 3 && rechdr->incl_len > rechdr->orig_len))) {
-    guint32 temp;
-
-    temp = rechdr->orig_len;
-    rechdr->orig_len = rechdr->incl_len;
-    rechdr->incl_len = temp;
-  }
+    if (byte_swapped) {
+        /* Byte-swap the record header fields. */
+        rechdr->ts_sec = BSWAP32(rechdr->ts_sec);
+        rechdr->ts_usec = BSWAP32(rechdr->ts_usec);
+        rechdr->incl_len = BSWAP32(rechdr->incl_len);
+        rechdr->orig_len = BSWAP32(rechdr->orig_len);
+    }
+
+    /* In file format version 2.3, the "incl_len" and "orig_len" fields were
+       swapped, in order to match the BPF header layout.
+
+       Unfortunately, some files were, according to a comment in the "libpcap"
+       source, written with version 2.3 in their headers but without the
+       interchanged fields, so if "incl_len" is greater than "orig_len" - which
+       would make no sense - we assume that we need to swap them.  */
+    if (hdr->version_major == 2 &&
+        (hdr->version_minor < 3 ||
+         (hdr->version_minor == 3 && rechdr->incl_len > rechdr->orig_len))) {
+        guint32 temp;
+
+        temp = rechdr->orig_len;
+        rechdr->orig_len = rechdr->incl_len;
+        rechdr->incl_len = temp;
+    }
 }
 
 #ifdef USE_THREADS
@@ -762,7 +1516,8 @@ cap_pipe_adjust_header(gboolean byte_swapped, struct pcap_hdr *hdr, struct pcapr
  * we can let cap_pipe_read run independently, queuing up multiple reads
  * for the main thread (and possibly get rid of cap_pipe_read_mtx).
  */
-static void *cap_pipe_read(void *ld_ptr) {
+static void *cap_pipe_read(void *ld_ptr)
+{
     loop_data *ld = (loop_data *)ld_ptr;
     int bytes_read;
 #ifdef _WIN32
@@ -838,24 +1593,24 @@ static void *cap_pipe_read(void *ld_ptr) {
  * the string cap_pipe_err_str should be used instead of errno.
  */
 static int
-cap_pipe_select(int pipe_fd) {
-  fd_set      rfds;
-  struct timeval timeout, *pto;
-  int sel_ret;
+cap_pipe_select(int pipe_fd)
+{
+    fd_set      rfds;
+    struct timeval timeout;
+    int sel_ret;
 
-  cap_pipe_err_str = "Unknown error";
+    cap_pipe_err_str = "Unknown error";
 
-  FD_ZERO(&rfds);
-  FD_SET(pipe_fd, &rfds);
+    FD_ZERO(&rfds);
+    FD_SET(pipe_fd, &rfds);
 
-  timeout.tv_sec = 0;
-  timeout.tv_usec = CAP_READ_TIMEOUT * 1000;
-  pto = &timeout;
+    timeout.tv_sec = PIPE_READ_TIMEOUT / 1000000;
+    timeout.tv_usec = PIPE_READ_TIMEOUT % 1000000;
 
-  sel_ret = select(pipe_fd+1, &rfds, NULL, NULL, pto);
-  if (sel_ret < 0)
-    cap_pipe_err_str = strerror(errno);
-  return sel_ret;
+    sel_ret = select(pipe_fd+1, &rfds, NULL, NULL, &timeout);
+    if (sel_ret < 0)
+        cap_pipe_err_str = strerror(errno);
+    return sel_ret;
 }
 
 
@@ -871,326 +1626,326 @@ cap_pipe_open_live(char *pipename, struct pcap_hdr *hdr, loop_data *ld,
                    char *errmsg, int errmsgl)
 {
 #ifndef _WIN32
-  struct stat pipe_stat;
-  struct sockaddr_un sa;
-  int          sel_ret;
-  int          b;
-  unsigned int bytes_read;
-  int          fd;
+    ws_statb64   pipe_stat;
+    struct sockaddr_un sa;
+    int          sel_ret;
+    int          b;
+    unsigned int bytes_read;
+    int          fd;
 #else /* _WIN32 */
 #if 1
-  char *pncopy, *pos;
-  wchar_t *err_str;
+    char *pncopy, *pos;
+    wchar_t *err_str;
 #endif
 #endif
-  guint32       magic = 0;
+    guint32       magic = 0;
 
 #ifndef _WIN32
-  ld->cap_pipe_fd = -1;
+    ld->cap_pipe_fd = -1;
 #else
-  ld->cap_pipe_h = INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE;
+    ld->cap_pipe_h = INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE;
 #endif
-  g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "cap_pipe_open_live: %s", pipename);
+    g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "cap_pipe_open_live: %s", pipename);
 
-  /*
-   * XXX - this blocks until a pcap per-file header has been written to
-   * the pipe, so it could block indefinitely.
-   */
-  if (strcmp(pipename, "-") == 0) {
+    /*
+     * XXX - this blocks until a pcap per-file header has been written to
+     * the pipe, so it could block indefinitely.
+     */
+    if (strcmp(pipename, "-") == 0) {
 #ifndef _WIN32
-    fd = 0; /* read from stdin */
+        fd = 0; /* read from stdin */
 #else /* _WIN32 */
-    ld->cap_pipe_h = GetStdHandle(STD_INPUT_HANDLE);
+        ld->cap_pipe_h = GetStdHandle(STD_INPUT_HANDLE);
 #endif  /* _WIN32 */
-  } else {
-#ifndef _WIN32
-    if (ws_stat(pipename, &pipe_stat) < 0) {
-      if (errno == ENOENT || errno == ENOTDIR)
-        ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPNEXIST;
-      else {
-        g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl,
-          "The capture session could not be initiated "
-          "due to error getting information on pipe/socket: %s", strerror(errno));
-        ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPERR;
-      }
-      return;
-    }
-    if (S_ISFIFO(pipe_stat.st_mode)) {
-      fd = ws_open(pipename, O_RDONLY | O_NONBLOCK, 0000 /* no creation so don't matter */);
-      if (fd == -1) {
-        g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl,
-            "The capture session could not be initiated "
-            "due to error on pipe open: %s", strerror(errno));
-        ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPERR;
-        return;
-      }
-    } else if (S_ISSOCK(pipe_stat.st_mode)) {
-      fd = socket(AF_UNIX, SOCK_STREAM, 0);
-      if (fd == -1) {
-        g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl,
-           "The capture session could not be initiated "
-           "due to error on socket create: %s", strerror(errno));
-        ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPERR;
-       return;
-      }
-      sa.sun_family = AF_UNIX;
-      /*
-       * The Single UNIX Specification says:
-       *
-       *   The size of sun_path has intentionally been left undefined.
-       *   This is because different implementations use different sizes.
-       *   For example, 4.3 BSD uses a size of 108, and 4.4 BSD uses a size
-       *   of 104. Since most implementations originate from BSD versions,
-       *   the size is typically in the range 92 to 108.
-       *
-       *   Applications should not assume a particular length for sun_path
-       *   or assume that it can hold {_POSIX_PATH_MAX} bytes (256).
-       *
-       * It also says
-       *
-       *   The <sys/un.h> header shall define the sockaddr_un structure,
-       *   which shall include at least the following members:
-       *
-       *   sa_family_t  sun_family  Address family. 
-       *   char         sun_path[]  Socket pathname.
-       *
-       * so we assume that it's an array, with a specified size,
-       * and that the size reflects the maximum path length.
-       */
-      if (g_strlcpy(sa.sun_path, pipename, sizeof sa.sun_path) > sizeof sa.sun_path) {
-        /* Path name too long */
-        g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl,
-           "The capture session coud not be initiated "
-           "due to error on socket connect: Path name too long");
-        ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPERR;
-       return;
-      }
-      b = connect(fd, (struct sockaddr *)&sa, sizeof sa);
-      if (b == -1) {
-        g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl,
-           "The capture session coud not be initiated "
-           "due to error on socket connect: %s", strerror(errno));
-        ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPERR;
-       return;
-      }
     } else {
-      if (S_ISCHR(pipe_stat.st_mode)) {
-        /*
-         * Assume the user specified an interface on a system where
-         * interfaces are in /dev.  Pretend we haven't seen it.
-         */
-         ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPNEXIST;
-      } else
-      {
-        g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl,
-            "The capture session could not be initiated because\n"
-            "\"%s\" is neither an interface nor a socket nor a pipe", pipename);
-        ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPERR;
-      }
-      return;
-    }
+#ifndef _WIN32
+        if (ws_stat64(pipename, &pipe_stat) < 0) {
+            if (errno == ENOENT || errno == ENOTDIR)
+                ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPNEXIST;
+            else {
+                g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl,
+                           "The capture session could not be initiated "
+                           "due to error getting information on pipe/socket: %s", strerror(errno));
+                ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPERR;
+            }
+            return;
+        }
+        if (S_ISFIFO(pipe_stat.st_mode)) {
+            fd = ws_open(pipename, O_RDONLY | O_NONBLOCK, 0000 /* no creation so don't matter */);
+            if (fd == -1) {
+                g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl,
+                           "The capture session could not be initiated "
+                           "due to error on pipe open: %s", strerror(errno));
+                ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPERR;
+                return;
+            }
+        } else if (S_ISSOCK(pipe_stat.st_mode)) {
+            fd = socket(AF_UNIX, SOCK_STREAM, 0);
+            if (fd == -1) {
+                g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl,
+                           "The capture session could not be initiated "
+                           "due to error on socket create: %s", strerror(errno));
+                ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPERR;
+                return;
+            }
+            sa.sun_family = AF_UNIX;
+            /*
+             * The Single UNIX Specification says:
+             *
+             *   The size of sun_path has intentionally been left undefined.
+             *   This is because different implementations use different sizes.
+             *   For example, 4.3 BSD uses a size of 108, and 4.4 BSD uses a size
+             *   of 104. Since most implementations originate from BSD versions,
+             *   the size is typically in the range 92 to 108.
+             *
+             *   Applications should not assume a particular length for sun_path
+             *   or assume that it can hold {_POSIX_PATH_MAX} bytes (256).
+             *
+             * It also says
+             *
+             *   The <sys/un.h> header shall define the sockaddr_un structure,
+             *   which shall include at least the following members:
+             *
+             *   sa_family_t  sun_family  Address family.
+             *   char         sun_path[]  Socket pathname.
+             *
+             * so we assume that it's an array, with a specified size,
+             * and that the size reflects the maximum path length.
+             */
+            if (g_strlcpy(sa.sun_path, pipename, sizeof sa.sun_path) > sizeof sa.sun_path) {
+                /* Path name too long */
+                g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl,
+                           "The capture session coud not be initiated "
+                           "due to error on socket connect: Path name too long");
+                ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPERR;
+                return;
+            }
+            b = connect(fd, (struct sockaddr *)&sa, sizeof sa);
+            if (b == -1) {
+                g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl,
+                           "The capture session coud not be initiated "
+                           "due to error on socket connect: %s", strerror(errno));
+                ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPERR;
+                return;
+            }
+        } else {
+            if (S_ISCHR(pipe_stat.st_mode)) {
+                /*
+                 * Assume the user specified an interface on a system where
+                 * interfaces are in /dev.  Pretend we haven't seen it.
+                 */
+                ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPNEXIST;
+            } else
+            {
+                g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl,
+                           "The capture session could not be initiated because\n"
+                           "\"%s\" is neither an interface nor a socket nor a pipe", pipename);
+                ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPERR;
+            }
+            return;
+        }
 #else /* _WIN32 */
 #define PIPE_STR "\\pipe\\"
-    /* Under Windows, named pipes _must_ have the form
-     * "\\<server>\pipe\<pipename>".  <server> may be "." for localhost.
-     */
-    pncopy = g_strdup(pipename);
-    if ( (pos=strstr(pncopy, "\\\\")) == pncopy) {
-      pos = strchr(pncopy + 3, '\\');
-      if (pos && g_ascii_strncasecmp(pos, PIPE_STR, strlen(PIPE_STR)) != 0)
-        pos = NULL;
-    }
+        /* Under Windows, named pipes _must_ have the form
+         * "\\<server>\pipe\<pipename>".  <server> may be "." for localhost.
+         */
+        pncopy = g_strdup(pipename);
+        if ( (pos=strstr(pncopy, "\\\\")) == pncopy) {
+            pos = strchr(pncopy + 3, '\\');
+            if (pos && g_ascii_strncasecmp(pos, PIPE_STR, strlen(PIPE_STR)) != 0)
+                pos = NULL;
+        }
 
-    g_free(pncopy);
+        g_free(pncopy);
 
-    if (!pos) {
-      g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl,
-          "The capture session could not be initiated because\n"
-          "\"%s\" is neither an interface nor a pipe", pipename);
-      ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPNEXIST;
-      return;
-    }
+        if (!pos) {
+            g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl,
+                       "The capture session could not be initiated because\n"
+                       "\"%s\" is neither an interface nor a pipe", pipename);
+            ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPNEXIST;
+            return;
+        }
 
-    /* Wait for the pipe to appear */
-    while (1) {
-      ld->cap_pipe_h = CreateFile(utf_8to16(pipename), GENERIC_READ, 0, NULL,
-          OPEN_EXISTING, 0, NULL);
+        /* Wait for the pipe to appear */
+        while (1) {
+            ld->cap_pipe_h = CreateFile(utf_8to16(pipename), GENERIC_READ, 0, NULL,
+                                        OPEN_EXISTING, 0, NULL);
 
-      if (ld->cap_pipe_h != INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE)
-        break;
+            if (ld->cap_pipe_h != INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE)
+                break;
 
-      if (GetLastError() != ERROR_PIPE_BUSY) {
-        FormatMessage(FORMAT_MESSAGE_FROM_SYSTEM | FORMAT_MESSAGE_ALLOCATE_BUFFER,
-          NULL, GetLastError(), 0, (LPTSTR) &err_str, 0, NULL);
-        g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl,
-            "The capture session on \"%s\" could not be started "
-            "due to error on pipe open: %s (error %d)",
-            pipename, utf_16to8(err_str), GetLastError());
-        LocalFree(err_str);
-        ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPERR;
-        return;
-      }
+            if (GetLastError() != ERROR_PIPE_BUSY) {
+                FormatMessage(FORMAT_MESSAGE_FROM_SYSTEM | FORMAT_MESSAGE_ALLOCATE_BUFFER,
+                              NULL, GetLastError(), 0, (LPTSTR) &err_str, 0, NULL);
+                g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl,
+                           "The capture session on \"%s\" could not be started "
+                           "due to error on pipe open: %s (error %d)",
+                           pipename, utf_16to8(err_str), GetLastError());
+                LocalFree(err_str);
+                ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPERR;
+                return;
+            }
 
-      if (!WaitNamedPipe(utf_8to16(pipename), 30 * 1000)) {
-        FormatMessage(FORMAT_MESSAGE_FROM_SYSTEM | FORMAT_MESSAGE_ALLOCATE_BUFFER,
-          NULL, GetLastError(), 0, (LPTSTR) &err_str, 0, NULL);
-        g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl,
-            "The capture session on \"%s\" timed out during "
-            "pipe open: %s (error %d)",
-            pipename, utf_16to8(err_str), GetLastError());
-        LocalFree(err_str);
-        ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPERR;
-        return;
-      }
-    }
+            if (!WaitNamedPipe(utf_8to16(pipename), 30 * 1000)) {
+                FormatMessage(FORMAT_MESSAGE_FROM_SYSTEM | FORMAT_MESSAGE_ALLOCATE_BUFFER,
+                              NULL, GetLastError(), 0, (LPTSTR) &err_str, 0, NULL);
+                g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl,
+                           "The capture session on \"%s\" timed out during "
+                           "pipe open: %s (error %d)",
+                           pipename, utf_16to8(err_str), GetLastError());
+                LocalFree(err_str);
+                ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPERR;
+                return;
+            }
+        }
 #endif /* _WIN32 */
-  }
+    }
 
-  ld->from_cap_pipe = TRUE;
+    ld->from_cap_pipe = TRUE;
 
 #ifndef USE_THREADS
-  /* read the pcap header */
-  bytes_read = 0;
-  while (bytes_read < sizeof magic) {
-    sel_ret = cap_pipe_select(fd);
-    if (sel_ret < 0) {
-      g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl,
-        "Unexpected error from select: %s", strerror(errno));
-      goto error;
-    } else if (sel_ret > 0) {
-      b = read(fd, ((char *)&magic)+bytes_read, sizeof magic-bytes_read);
-      if (b <= 0) {
-        if (b == 0)
-          g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl, "End of file on pipe magic during open");
+    /* read the pcap header */
+    bytes_read = 0;
+    while (bytes_read < sizeof magic) {
+        sel_ret = cap_pipe_select(fd);
+        if (sel_ret < 0) {
+            g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl,
+                       "Unexpected error from select: %s", strerror(errno));
+            goto error;
+        } else if (sel_ret > 0) {
+            b = read(fd, ((char *)&magic)+bytes_read, sizeof magic-bytes_read);
+            if (b <= 0) {
+                if (b == 0)
+                    g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl, "End of file on pipe magic during open");
+                else
+                    g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl, "Error on pipe magic during open: %s",
+                               strerror(errno));
+                goto error;
+            }
+            bytes_read += b;
+        }
+    }
+#else /* USE_THREADS */
+    g_thread_create(&cap_pipe_read, ld, FALSE, NULL);
+
+    ld->cap_pipe_buf = (char *) &magic;
+    ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read = 0;
+    ld->cap_pipe_bytes_to_read = sizeof(magic);
+    /* We don't have to worry about cap_pipe_read_mtx here */
+    g_async_queue_push(cap_pipe_pending_q, ld->cap_pipe_buf);
+    g_async_queue_pop(cap_pipe_done_q);
+    if (ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read <= 0) {
+        if (ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read == 0)
+            g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl, "End of file on pipe magic during open");
         else
-          g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl, "Error on pipe magic during open: %s",
-            strerror(errno));
+            g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl, "Error on pipe magic during open: %s",
+                       strerror(errno));
         goto error;
-      }
-      bytes_read += b;
     }
-  }
-#else /* USE_THREADS */
-  g_thread_create(&cap_pipe_read, ld, FALSE, NULL);
-
-  ld->cap_pipe_buf = (char *) &magic;
-  ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read = 0;
-  ld->cap_pipe_bytes_to_read = sizeof(magic);
-  /* We don't have to worry about cap_pipe_read_mtx here */
-  g_async_queue_push(cap_pipe_pending_q, ld->cap_pipe_buf);
-  g_async_queue_pop(cap_pipe_done_q);
-  if (ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read <= 0) {
-    if (ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read == 0)
-      g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl, "End of file on pipe magic during open");
-    else
-      g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl, "Error on pipe magic during open: %s",
-                 strerror(errno));
-    goto error;
-  }
-  
+
 #endif /* USE_THREADS */
 
-  switch (magic) {
-  case PCAP_MAGIC:
-    /* Host that wrote it has our byte order, and was running
-       a program using either standard or ss990417 libpcap. */
-    ld->cap_pipe_byte_swapped = FALSE;
-    ld->cap_pipe_modified = FALSE;
-    break;
-  case PCAP_MODIFIED_MAGIC:
-    /* Host that wrote it has our byte order, but was running
-       a program using either ss990915 or ss991029 libpcap. */
-    ld->cap_pipe_byte_swapped = FALSE;
-    ld->cap_pipe_modified = TRUE;
-    break;
-  case PCAP_SWAPPED_MAGIC:
-    /* Host that wrote it has a byte order opposite to ours,
-       and was running a program using either standard or
-       ss990417 libpcap. */
-    ld->cap_pipe_byte_swapped = TRUE;
-    ld->cap_pipe_modified = FALSE;
-    break;
-  case PCAP_SWAPPED_MODIFIED_MAGIC:
-    /* Host that wrote it out has a byte order opposite to
-       ours, and was running a program using either ss990915
-       or ss991029 libpcap. */
-    ld->cap_pipe_byte_swapped = TRUE;
-    ld->cap_pipe_modified = TRUE;
-    break;
-  default:
-    /* Not a "libpcap" type we know about. */
-    g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl, "Unrecognized libpcap format");
-    goto error;
-  }
+    switch (magic) {
+    case PCAP_MAGIC:
+        /* Host that wrote it has our byte order, and was running
+           a program using either standard or ss990417 libpcap. */
+        ld->cap_pipe_byte_swapped = FALSE;
+        ld->cap_pipe_modified = FALSE;
+        break;
+    case PCAP_MODIFIED_MAGIC:
+        /* Host that wrote it has our byte order, but was running
+           a program using either ss990915 or ss991029 libpcap. */
+        ld->cap_pipe_byte_swapped = FALSE;
+        ld->cap_pipe_modified = TRUE;
+        break;
+    case PCAP_SWAPPED_MAGIC:
+        /* Host that wrote it has a byte order opposite to ours,
+           and was running a program using either standard or
+           ss990417 libpcap. */
+        ld->cap_pipe_byte_swapped = TRUE;
+        ld->cap_pipe_modified = FALSE;
+        break;
+    case PCAP_SWAPPED_MODIFIED_MAGIC:
+        /* Host that wrote it out has a byte order opposite to
+           ours, and was running a program using either ss990915
+           or ss991029 libpcap. */
+        ld->cap_pipe_byte_swapped = TRUE;
+        ld->cap_pipe_modified = TRUE;
+        break;
+    default:
+        /* Not a "libpcap" type we know about. */
+        g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl, "Unrecognized libpcap format");
+        goto error;
+    }
 
 #ifndef USE_THREADS
-  /* Read the rest of the header */
-  bytes_read = 0;
-  while (bytes_read < sizeof(struct pcap_hdr)) {
-    sel_ret = cap_pipe_select(fd);
-    if (sel_ret < 0) {
-      g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl,
-        "Unexpected error from select: %s", strerror(errno));
-      goto error;
-    } else if (sel_ret > 0) {
-      b = read(fd, ((char *)hdr)+bytes_read,
-            sizeof(struct pcap_hdr) - bytes_read);
-      if (b <= 0) {
-        if (b == 0)
-          g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl, "End of file on pipe header during open");
+    /* Read the rest of the header */
+    bytes_read = 0;
+    while (bytes_read < sizeof(struct pcap_hdr)) {
+        sel_ret = cap_pipe_select(fd);
+        if (sel_ret < 0) {
+            g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl,
+                       "Unexpected error from select: %s", strerror(errno));
+            goto error;
+        } else if (sel_ret > 0) {
+            b = read(fd, ((char *)hdr)+bytes_read,
+                     sizeof(struct pcap_hdr) - bytes_read);
+            if (b <= 0) {
+                if (b == 0)
+                    g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl, "End of file on pipe header during open");
+                else
+                    g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl, "Error on pipe header during open: %s",
+                               strerror(errno));
+                goto error;
+            }
+            bytes_read += b;
+        }
+    }
+#else /* USE_THREADS */
+    ld->cap_pipe_buf = (char *) hdr;
+    ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read = 0;
+    ld->cap_pipe_bytes_to_read = sizeof(struct pcap_hdr);
+    g_async_queue_push(cap_pipe_pending_q, ld->cap_pipe_buf);
+    g_async_queue_pop(cap_pipe_done_q);
+    if (ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read <= 0) {
+        if (ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read == 0)
+            g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl, "End of file on pipe header during open");
         else
-          g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl, "Error on pipe header during open: %s",
-            strerror(errno));
+            g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl, "Error on pipe header header during open: %s",
+                       strerror(errno));
         goto error;
-      }
-      bytes_read += b;
     }
-  }
-#else /* USE_THREADS */
-  ld->cap_pipe_buf = (char *) hdr;
-  ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read = 0;
-  ld->cap_pipe_bytes_to_read = sizeof(struct pcap_hdr);
-  g_async_queue_push(cap_pipe_pending_q, ld->cap_pipe_buf);
-  g_async_queue_pop(cap_pipe_done_q);
-  if (ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read <= 0) {
-    if (ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read == 0)
-      g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl, "End of file on pipe header during open");
-    else
-      g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl, "Error on pipe header header during open: %s",
-            strerror(errno));
-    goto error;
-  }
 #endif /* USE_THREADS */
 
-  if (ld->cap_pipe_byte_swapped) {
-    /* Byte-swap the header fields about which we care. */
-    hdr->version_major = BSWAP16(hdr->version_major);
-    hdr->version_minor = BSWAP16(hdr->version_minor);
-    hdr->snaplen = BSWAP32(hdr->snaplen);
-    hdr->network = BSWAP32(hdr->network);
-  }
-  ld->linktype = hdr->network;
-
-  if (hdr->version_major < 2) {
-    g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl, "Unable to read old libpcap format");
-    goto error;
-  }
-
-  ld->cap_pipe_state = STATE_EXPECT_REC_HDR;
-  ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPOK;
+    if (ld->cap_pipe_byte_swapped) {
+        /* Byte-swap the header fields about which we care. */
+        hdr->version_major = BSWAP16(hdr->version_major);
+        hdr->version_minor = BSWAP16(hdr->version_minor);
+        hdr->snaplen = BSWAP32(hdr->snaplen);
+        hdr->network = BSWAP32(hdr->network);
+    }
+    ld->linktype = hdr->network;
+
+    if (hdr->version_major < 2) {
+        g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl, "Unable to read old libpcap format");
+        goto error;
+    }
+
+    ld->cap_pipe_state = STATE_EXPECT_REC_HDR;
+    ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPOK;
 #ifndef _WIN32
-  ld->cap_pipe_fd = fd;
+    ld->cap_pipe_fd = fd;
 #endif
-  return;
+    return;
 
 error:
-  g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "cap_pipe_open_live: error %s", errmsg);
-  ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPERR;
+    g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "cap_pipe_open_live: error %s", errmsg);
+    ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPERR;
 #ifndef _WIN32
-  ws_close(fd);
-  ld->cap_pipe_fd = -1;
+    ws_close(fd);
+    ld->cap_pipe_fd = -1;
 #endif
-  return;
+    return;
 
 }
 
@@ -1200,183 +1955,183 @@ error:
 static int
 cap_pipe_dispatch(loop_data *ld, guchar *data, char *errmsg, int errmsgl)
 {
-  struct pcap_pkthdr phdr;
-  enum { PD_REC_HDR_READ, PD_DATA_READ, PD_PIPE_EOF, PD_PIPE_ERR,
-         PD_ERR } result;
+    struct pcap_pkthdr phdr;
+    enum { PD_REC_HDR_READ, PD_DATA_READ, PD_PIPE_EOF, PD_PIPE_ERR,
+           PD_ERR } result;
 #ifdef USE_THREADS
-  GTimeVal wait_time;
-  gpointer q_status;
+    GTimeVal wait_time;
+    gpointer q_status;
 #else
-  int b;
+    int b;
 #endif
 #ifdef _WIN32
-  wchar_t *err_str;
+    wchar_t *err_str;
 #endif
 
 #ifdef LOG_CAPTURE_VERBOSE
-  g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "cap_pipe_dispatch");
+    g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "cap_pipe_dispatch");
 #endif
 
-  switch (ld->cap_pipe_state) {
+    switch (ld->cap_pipe_state) {
 
-  case STATE_EXPECT_REC_HDR:
+    case STATE_EXPECT_REC_HDR:
 #ifdef USE_THREADS
-    if (g_mutex_trylock(cap_pipe_read_mtx)) {
+        if (g_mutex_trylock(cap_pipe_read_mtx)) {
 #endif
 
-    ld->cap_pipe_state = STATE_READ_REC_HDR;
-    ld->cap_pipe_bytes_to_read = ld->cap_pipe_modified ?
-      sizeof(struct pcaprec_modified_hdr) : sizeof(struct pcaprec_hdr);
-    ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read = 0;
+            ld->cap_pipe_state = STATE_READ_REC_HDR;
+            ld->cap_pipe_bytes_to_read = ld->cap_pipe_modified ?
+                sizeof(struct pcaprec_modified_hdr) : sizeof(struct pcaprec_hdr);
+            ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read = 0;
 
 #ifdef USE_THREADS
-      ld->cap_pipe_buf = (char *) &ld->cap_pipe_rechdr;
-      g_async_queue_push(cap_pipe_pending_q, ld->cap_pipe_buf);
-      g_mutex_unlock(cap_pipe_read_mtx);
-    }
+            ld->cap_pipe_buf = (char *) &ld->cap_pipe_rechdr;
+            g_async_queue_push(cap_pipe_pending_q, ld->cap_pipe_buf);
+            g_mutex_unlock(cap_pipe_read_mtx);
+        }
 #endif
-    /* Fall through */
+        /* Fall through */
 
-  case STATE_READ_REC_HDR:
+    case STATE_READ_REC_HDR:
 #ifndef USE_THREADS
-    b = read(ld->cap_pipe_fd, ((char *)&ld->cap_pipe_rechdr)+ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read,
-             ld->cap_pipe_bytes_to_read - ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read);
-    if (b <= 0) {
-      if (b == 0)
-        result = PD_PIPE_EOF;
-      else
-        result = PD_PIPE_ERR;
-      break;
-    }
-    ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read += b;
+        b = read(ld->cap_pipe_fd, ((char *)&ld->cap_pipe_rechdr)+ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read,
+                 ld->cap_pipe_bytes_to_read - ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read);
+        if (b <= 0) {
+            if (b == 0)
+                result = PD_PIPE_EOF;
+            else
+                result = PD_PIPE_ERR;
+            break;
+        }
+        ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read += b;
 #else /* USE_THREADS */
-    g_get_current_time(&wait_time);
-    g_time_val_add(&wait_time, THREAD_READ_TIMEOUT);
-    q_status = g_async_queue_timed_pop(cap_pipe_done_q, &wait_time);
-    if (ld->cap_pipe_err == PIPEOF) {
-      result = PD_PIPE_EOF;
-      break;
-    } else if (ld->cap_pipe_err == PIPERR) {
-      result = PD_PIPE_ERR;
-      break;
-    }
-    if (!q_status) {
-      return 0;
-    }
+        g_get_current_time(&wait_time);
+        g_time_val_add(&wait_time, PIPE_READ_TIMEOUT);
+        q_status = g_async_queue_timed_pop(cap_pipe_done_q, &wait_time);
+        if (ld->cap_pipe_err == PIPEOF) {
+            result = PD_PIPE_EOF;
+            break;
+        } else if (ld->cap_pipe_err == PIPERR) {
+            result = PD_PIPE_ERR;
+            break;
+        }
+        if (!q_status) {
+            return 0;
+        }
 #endif /* USE_THREADS */
-    if ((ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read) < ld->cap_pipe_bytes_to_read)
-        return 0;
-    result = PD_REC_HDR_READ;
-    break;
+        if ((ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read) < ld->cap_pipe_bytes_to_read)
+            return 0;
+        result = PD_REC_HDR_READ;
+        break;
 
-  case STATE_EXPECT_DATA:
+    case STATE_EXPECT_DATA:
 #ifdef USE_THREADS
-    if (g_mutex_trylock(cap_pipe_read_mtx)) {
+        if (g_mutex_trylock(cap_pipe_read_mtx)) {
 #endif
 
-    ld->cap_pipe_state = STATE_READ_DATA;
-    ld->cap_pipe_bytes_to_read = ld->cap_pipe_rechdr.hdr.incl_len;
-    ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read = 0;
+            ld->cap_pipe_state = STATE_READ_DATA;
+            ld->cap_pipe_bytes_to_read = ld->cap_pipe_rechdr.hdr.incl_len;
+            ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read = 0;
 
 #ifdef USE_THREADS
-      ld->cap_pipe_buf = (char *) data;
-      g_async_queue_push(cap_pipe_pending_q, ld->cap_pipe_buf);
-      g_mutex_unlock(cap_pipe_read_mtx);
-    }
+            ld->cap_pipe_buf = (char *) data;
+            g_async_queue_push(cap_pipe_pending_q, ld->cap_pipe_buf);
+            g_mutex_unlock(cap_pipe_read_mtx);
+        }
 #endif
-    /* Fall through */
+        /* Fall through */
 
-  case STATE_READ_DATA:
+    case STATE_READ_DATA:
 #ifndef USE_THREADS
-    b = read(ld->cap_pipe_fd, data+ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read,
-             ld->cap_pipe_bytes_to_read - ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read);
-    if (b <= 0) {
-      if (b == 0)
-        result = PD_PIPE_EOF;
-      else
-        result = PD_PIPE_ERR;
-      break;
-    }
-    ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read += b;
+        b = read(ld->cap_pipe_fd, data+ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read,
+                 ld->cap_pipe_bytes_to_read - ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read);
+        if (b <= 0) {
+            if (b == 0)
+                result = PD_PIPE_EOF;
+            else
+                result = PD_PIPE_ERR;
+            break;
+        }
+        ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read += b;
 #else /* USE_THREADS */
-    g_get_current_time(&wait_time);
-    g_time_val_add(&wait_time, THREAD_READ_TIMEOUT);
-    q_status = g_async_queue_timed_pop(cap_pipe_done_q, &wait_time);
-    if (ld->cap_pipe_err == PIPEOF) {
-      result = PD_PIPE_EOF;
-      break;
-    } else if (ld->cap_pipe_err == PIPERR) {
-      result = PD_PIPE_ERR;
-      break;
-    }
-    if (!q_status) {
-      return 0;
-    }
+        g_get_current_time(&wait_time);
+        g_time_val_add(&wait_time, PIPE_READ_TIMEOUT);
+        q_status = g_async_queue_timed_pop(cap_pipe_done_q, &wait_time);
+        if (ld->cap_pipe_err == PIPEOF) {
+            result = PD_PIPE_EOF;
+            break;
+        } else if (ld->cap_pipe_err == PIPERR) {
+            result = PD_PIPE_ERR;
+            break;
+        }
+        if (!q_status) {
+            return 0;
+        }
 #endif /* USE_THREADS */
-    if ((ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read) < ld->cap_pipe_bytes_to_read)
+        if ((ld->cap_pipe_bytes_read) < ld->cap_pipe_bytes_to_read)
+            return 0;
+        result = PD_DATA_READ;
+        break;
+
+    default:
+        g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl, "cap_pipe_dispatch: invalid state");
+        result = PD_ERR;
+
+    } /* switch (ld->cap_pipe_state) */
+
+    /*
+     * We've now read as much data as we were expecting, so process it.
+     */
+    switch (result) {
+
+    case PD_REC_HDR_READ:
+        /* We've read the header. Take care of byte order. */
+        cap_pipe_adjust_header(ld->cap_pipe_byte_swapped, &ld->cap_pipe_hdr,
+                               &ld->cap_pipe_rechdr.hdr);
+        if (ld->cap_pipe_rechdr.hdr.incl_len > WTAP_MAX_PACKET_SIZE) {
+            g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl, "Frame %u too long (%d bytes)",
+                       ld->packet_count+1, ld->cap_pipe_rechdr.hdr.incl_len);
+            break;
+        }
+        ld->cap_pipe_state = STATE_EXPECT_DATA;
         return 0;
-    result = PD_DATA_READ;
-    break;
-
-  default:
-    g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl, "cap_pipe_dispatch: invalid state");
-    result = PD_ERR;
-
-  } /* switch (ld->cap_pipe_state) */
-
-  /*
-   * We've now read as much data as we were expecting, so process it.
-   */
-  switch (result) {
-
-  case PD_REC_HDR_READ:
-    /* We've read the header. Take care of byte order. */
-    cap_pipe_adjust_header(ld->cap_pipe_byte_swapped, &ld->cap_pipe_hdr,
-                           &ld->cap_pipe_rechdr.hdr);
-    if (ld->cap_pipe_rechdr.hdr.incl_len > WTAP_MAX_PACKET_SIZE) {
-      g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl, "Frame %u too long (%d bytes)",
-        ld->packet_count+1, ld->cap_pipe_rechdr.hdr.incl_len);
-      break;
-    }
-    ld->cap_pipe_state = STATE_EXPECT_DATA;
-    return 0;
 
-  case PD_DATA_READ:
-    /* Fill in a "struct pcap_pkthdr", and process the packet. */
-    phdr.ts.tv_sec = ld->cap_pipe_rechdr.hdr.ts_sec;
-    phdr.ts.tv_usec = ld->cap_pipe_rechdr.hdr.ts_usec;
-    phdr.caplen = ld->cap_pipe_rechdr.hdr.incl_len;
-    phdr.len = ld->cap_pipe_rechdr.hdr.orig_len;
+    case PD_DATA_READ:
+        /* Fill in a "struct pcap_pkthdr", and process the packet. */
+        phdr.ts.tv_sec = ld->cap_pipe_rechdr.hdr.ts_sec;
+        phdr.ts.tv_usec = ld->cap_pipe_rechdr.hdr.ts_usec;
+        phdr.caplen = ld->cap_pipe_rechdr.hdr.incl_len;
+        phdr.len = ld->cap_pipe_rechdr.hdr.orig_len;
 
-    capture_loop_packet_cb((u_char *)ld, &phdr, data);
+        capture_loop_packet_cb((u_char *)ld, &phdr, data);
 
-    ld->cap_pipe_state = STATE_EXPECT_REC_HDR;
-    return 1;
+        ld->cap_pipe_state = STATE_EXPECT_REC_HDR;
+        return 1;
 
-  case PD_PIPE_EOF:
-    ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPEOF;
-    return -1;
+    case PD_PIPE_EOF:
+        ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPEOF;
+        return -1;
 
-  case PD_PIPE_ERR:
+    case PD_PIPE_ERR:
 #ifdef _WIN32
-    FormatMessage(FORMAT_MESSAGE_FROM_SYSTEM | FORMAT_MESSAGE_ALLOCATE_BUFFER,
-      NULL, GetLastError(), 0, (LPTSTR) &err_str, 0, NULL);
-    g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl,
-        "Error reading from pipe: %s (error %d)",
-        utf_16to8(err_str), GetLastError());
-    LocalFree(err_str);
+        FormatMessage(FORMAT_MESSAGE_FROM_SYSTEM | FORMAT_MESSAGE_ALLOCATE_BUFFER,
+                      NULL, GetLastError(), 0, (LPTSTR) &err_str, 0, NULL);
+        g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl,
+                   "Error reading from pipe: %s (error %d)",
+                   utf_16to8(err_str), GetLastError());
+        LocalFree(err_str);
 #else
-    g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl, "Error reading from pipe: %s",
-      strerror(errno));
+        g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsgl, "Error reading from pipe: %s",
+                   strerror(errno));
 #endif
-    /* Fall through */
-  case PD_ERR:
-    break;
-  }
+        /* Fall through */
+    case PD_ERR:
+        break;
+    }
 
-  ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPERR;
-  /* Return here rather than inside the switch to prevent GCC warning */
-  return -1;
+    ld->cap_pipe_err = PIPERR;
+    /* Return here rather than inside the switch to prevent GCC warning */
+    return -1;
 }
 
 
@@ -1387,138 +2142,97 @@ capture_loop_open_input(capture_options *capture_opts, loop_data *ld,
                         char *errmsg, size_t errmsg_len,
                         char *secondary_errmsg, size_t secondary_errmsg_len)
 {
-  gchar       open_err_str[PCAP_ERRBUF_SIZE];
-  gchar      *sync_msg_str;
-  static const char ppamsg[] = "can't find PPA for ";
-  const char *set_linktype_err_str;
-  const char  *libpcap_warn;
+    gchar       open_err_str[PCAP_ERRBUF_SIZE];
+    gchar      *sync_msg_str;
+    interface_options interface_opts;
 #ifdef _WIN32
-  gchar      *sync_secondary_msg_str;
-  int         err;
-  WORD        wVersionRequested;
-  WSADATA     wsaData;
-#endif
-#ifdef HAVE_PCAP_REMOTE
-  struct pcap_rmtauth auth;
+    int         err;
+    gchar      *sync_secondary_msg_str;
+    WORD        wVersionRequested;
+    WSADATA     wsaData;
 #endif
 
-
-  g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "capture_loop_open_input : %s", capture_opts->iface);
+    g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "capture_loop_open_input : %s", capture_opts->iface);
 
 
 /* XXX - opening Winsock on tshark? */
 
-  /* Initialize Windows Socket if we are in a WIN32 OS
-     This needs to be done before querying the interface for network/netmask */
+    /* Initialize Windows Socket if we are in a WIN32 OS
+       This needs to be done before querying the interface for network/netmask */
 #ifdef _WIN32
-  /* XXX - do we really require 1.1 or earlier?
-     Are there any versions that support only 2.0 or higher? */
-  wVersionRequested = MAKEWORD(1, 1);
-  err = WSAStartup(wVersionRequested, &wsaData);
-  if (err != 0) {
-    switch (err) {
+    /* XXX - do we really require 1.1 or earlier?
+       Are there any versions that support only 2.0 or higher? */
+    wVersionRequested = MAKEWORD(1, 1);
+    err = WSAStartup(wVersionRequested, &wsaData);
+    if (err != 0) {
+        switch (err) {
 
-    case WSASYSNOTREADY:
-      g_snprintf(errmsg, (gulong) errmsg_len,
-        "Couldn't initialize Windows Sockets: Network system not ready for network communication");
-      break;
+        case WSASYSNOTREADY:
+            g_snprintf(errmsg, (gulong) errmsg_len,
+                       "Couldn't initialize Windows Sockets: Network system not ready for network communication");
+            break;
 
-    case WSAVERNOTSUPPORTED:
-      g_snprintf(errmsg, (gulong) errmsg_len,
-        "Couldn't initialize Windows Sockets: Windows Sockets version %u.%u not supported",
-        LOBYTE(wVersionRequested), HIBYTE(wVersionRequested));
-      break;
+        case WSAVERNOTSUPPORTED:
+            g_snprintf(errmsg, (gulong) errmsg_len,
+                       "Couldn't initialize Windows Sockets: Windows Sockets version %u.%u not supported",
+                       LOBYTE(wVersionRequested), HIBYTE(wVersionRequested));
+            break;
 
-    case WSAEINPROGRESS:
-      g_snprintf(errmsg, (gulong) errmsg_len,
-        "Couldn't initialize Windows Sockets: Blocking operation is in progress");
-      break;
+        case WSAEINPROGRESS:
+            g_snprintf(errmsg, (gulong) errmsg_len,
+                       "Couldn't initialize Windows Sockets: Blocking operation is in progress");
+            break;
 
-    case WSAEPROCLIM:
-      g_snprintf(errmsg, (gulong) errmsg_len,
-        "Couldn't initialize Windows Sockets: Limit on the number of tasks supported by this WinSock implementation has been reached");
-      break;
+        case WSAEPROCLIM:
+            g_snprintf(errmsg, (gulong) errmsg_len,
+                       "Couldn't initialize Windows Sockets: Limit on the number of tasks supported by this WinSock implementation has been reached");
+            break;
 
-    case WSAEFAULT:
-      g_snprintf(errmsg, (gulong) errmsg_len,
-        "Couldn't initialize Windows Sockets: Bad pointer passed to WSAStartup");
-      break;
+        case WSAEFAULT:
+            g_snprintf(errmsg, (gulong) errmsg_len,
+                       "Couldn't initialize Windows Sockets: Bad pointer passed to WSAStartup");
+            break;
 
-    default:
-      g_snprintf(errmsg, (gulong) errmsg_len,
-        "Couldn't initialize Windows Sockets: error %d", err);
-      break;
+        default:
+            g_snprintf(errmsg, (gulong) errmsg_len,
+                       "Couldn't initialize Windows Sockets: error %d", err);
+            break;
+        }
+        g_snprintf(secondary_errmsg, (gulong) secondary_errmsg_len, please_report);
+        return FALSE;
     }
-    g_snprintf(secondary_errmsg, (gulong) secondary_errmsg_len, please_report);
-    return FALSE;
-  }
-#endif
-
-  /* Open the network interface to capture from it.
-     Some versions of libpcap may put warnings into the error buffer
-     if they succeed; to tell if that's happened, we have to clear
-     the error buffer, and check if it's still a null string.  */
-  open_err_str[0] = '\0';
-#ifdef HAVE_PCAP_OPEN
-  auth.type = capture_opts->auth_type == CAPTURE_AUTH_PWD ?
-                    RPCAP_RMTAUTH_PWD : RPCAP_RMTAUTH_NULL;
-  auth.username = capture_opts->auth_username;
-  auth.password = capture_opts->auth_password;
-
-  ld->pcap_h = pcap_open(capture_opts->iface,
-               capture_opts->has_snaplen ? capture_opts->snaplen :
-                          WTAP_MAX_PACKET_SIZE,
-               /* flags */
-               (capture_opts->promisc_mode ? PCAP_OPENFLAG_PROMISCUOUS : 0) |
-               (capture_opts->datatx_udp ? PCAP_OPENFLAG_DATATX_UDP : 0) |
-               (capture_opts->nocap_rpcap ? PCAP_OPENFLAG_NOCAPTURE_RPCAP : 0),
-               CAP_READ_TIMEOUT, &auth, open_err_str);
-#else
-  ld->pcap_h = pcap_open_live(capture_opts->iface,
-                              capture_opts->has_snaplen ? capture_opts->snaplen :
-                                                          WTAP_MAX_PACKET_SIZE,
-                              capture_opts->promisc_mode, CAP_READ_TIMEOUT,
-                              open_err_str);
-#endif
-
-/* If not using libcap: we now can now set euid/egid to ruid/rgid         */
-/*  to remove any suid privileges.                                        */
-/* If using libcap: we can now remove NET_RAW and NET_ADMIN capabilities  */
-/*  (euid/egid have already previously been set to ruid/rgid.             */
-/* (See comment in main() for details)                                    */
-#ifndef HAVE_LIBCAP
-  relinquish_special_privs_perm();
-#else
-  relinquish_all_capabilities();
 #endif
+    interface_opts = g_array_index(capture_opts->ifaces, interface_options, 0);
+    ld->pcap_h = open_capture_device(&interface_opts, capture_opts, &open_err_str);
 
-  if (ld->pcap_h != NULL) {
-    /* we've opened "iface" as a network device */
+    if (ld->pcap_h != NULL) {
+        /* we've opened "iface" as a network device */
 #ifdef _WIN32
-    /* try to set the capture buffer size */
-    if (capture_opts->buffer_size > 1 &&
-        pcap_setbuff(ld->pcap_h, capture_opts->buffer_size * 1024 * 1024) != 0) {
-        sync_secondary_msg_str = g_strdup_printf(
-          "The capture buffer size of %luMB seems to be too high for your machine,\n"
-          "the default of 1MB will be used.\n"
-          "\n"
-          "Nonetheless, the capture is started.\n",
-          capture_opts->buffer_size);
-        report_capture_error("Couldn't set the capture buffer size!",
-                                   sync_secondary_msg_str);
-        g_free(sync_secondary_msg_str);
-    }
+        /* try to set the capture buffer size */
+        if (interface_opts.buffer_size > 1 &&
+            pcap_setbuff(ld->pcap_h, interface_opts.buffer_size * 1024 * 1024) != 0) {
+            sync_secondary_msg_str = g_strdup_printf(
+                "The capture buffer size of %dMB seems to be too high for your machine,\n"
+                "the default of 1MB will be used.\n"
+                "\n"
+                "Nonetheless, the capture is started.\n",
+                interface_opts.buffer_size);
+            report_capture_error("Couldn't set the capture buffer size!",
+                                 sync_secondary_msg_str);
+            g_free(sync_secondary_msg_str);
+        }
 #endif
 
 #if defined(HAVE_PCAP_REMOTE) && defined(HAVE_PCAP_SETSAMPLING)
-    if (capture_opts->sampling_method != CAPTURE_SAMP_NONE)
-    {
-        struct pcap_samp *samp;
-
-        if ((samp = pcap_setsampling(ld->pcap_h)) != NULL)
+        if ((capture_opts->sampling_method != CAPTURE_SAMP_NONE) &&
+            (strncmp (interface_opts.name, "rpcap://", 8) == 0))
         {
-            switch (capture_opts->sampling_method)
+            struct pcap_samp *samp;
+
+            if ((samp = pcap_setsampling(ld->pcap_h)) != NULL)
             {
+                switch (capture_opts->sampling_method)
+                {
                 case CAPTURE_SAMP_BY_COUNT:
                     samp->method = PCAP_SAMP_1_EVERY_N;
                     break;
@@ -1529,297 +2243,233 @@ capture_loop_open_input(capture_options *capture_opts, loop_data *ld,
 
                 default:
                     sync_msg_str = g_strdup_printf(
-                            "Unknown sampling method %d specified,\n"
-                            "continue without packet sampling",
-                            capture_opts->sampling_method);
+                        "Unknown sampling method %d specified,\n"
+                        "continue without packet sampling",
+                        capture_opts->sampling_method);
                     report_capture_error("Couldn't set the capture "
-                            "sampling", sync_msg_str);
+                                         "sampling", sync_msg_str);
                     g_free(sync_msg_str);
+                }
+                samp->value = capture_opts->sampling_param;
+            }
+            else
+            {
+                report_capture_error("Couldn't set the capture sampling",
+                                     "Cannot get packet sampling data structure");
             }
-            samp->value = capture_opts->sampling_param;
-        }
-        else
-        {
-            report_capture_error("Couldn't set the capture sampling",
-                    "Cannot get packet sampling data structure");
-        }
 
-    }
+        }
 #endif
 
-    /* setting the data link type only works on real interfaces */
-    if (capture_opts->linktype != -1) {
-      set_linktype_err_str = set_pcap_linktype(ld->pcap_h, capture_opts->iface,
-        capture_opts->linktype);
-      if (set_linktype_err_str != NULL) {
-        g_snprintf(errmsg, (gulong) errmsg_len, "Unable to set data link type (%s).",
-                set_linktype_err_str);
-        g_snprintf(secondary_errmsg, (gulong) secondary_errmsg_len, please_report);
-        return FALSE;
-      }
-    }
-    ld->linktype = get_pcap_linktype(ld->pcap_h, capture_opts->iface);
-  } else {
-    /* We couldn't open "iface" as a network device. */
-    /* Try to open it as a pipe */
-    cap_pipe_open_live(capture_opts->iface, &ld->cap_pipe_hdr, ld, errmsg, (int) errmsg_len);
+        /* setting the data link type only works on real interfaces */
+        if (!set_pcap_linktype(ld->pcap_h, capture_opts, errmsg, errmsg_len,
+                               secondary_errmsg, secondary_errmsg_len))
+            return FALSE;
+        ld->linktype = get_pcap_linktype(ld->pcap_h, interface_opts.name);
+    } else {
+        /* We couldn't open "iface" as a network device. */
+        /* Try to open it as a pipe */
+        cap_pipe_open_live(interface_opts.name, &ld->cap_pipe_hdr, ld, errmsg, (int) errmsg_len);
 
 #ifndef _WIN32
-    if (ld->cap_pipe_fd == -1) {
+        if (ld->cap_pipe_fd == -1)
 #else
-    if (ld->cap_pipe_h == INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE) {
+            if (ld->cap_pipe_h == INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE)
 #endif
-
-      if (ld->cap_pipe_err == PIPNEXIST) {
-        /* Pipe doesn't exist, so output message for interface */
-
-        /* If we got a "can't find PPA for X" message, warn the user (who
-           is running (T)Wireshark on HP-UX) that they don't have a version
-           of libpcap that properly handles HP-UX (libpcap 0.6.x and later
-           versions, which properly handle HP-UX, say "can't find /dev/dlpi
-           PPA for X" rather than "can't find PPA for X"). */
-        if (strncmp(open_err_str, ppamsg, sizeof ppamsg - 1) == 0)
-          libpcap_warn =
-            "\n\n"
-            "You are running (T)Wireshark with a version of the libpcap library\n"
-            "that doesn't handle HP-UX network devices well; this means that\n"
-            "(T)Wireshark may not be able to capture packets.\n"
-            "\n"
-            "To fix this, you should install libpcap 0.6.2, or a later version\n"
-            "of libpcap, rather than libpcap 0.4 or 0.5.x.  It is available in\n"
-            "packaged binary form from the Software Porting And Archive Centre\n"
-            "for HP-UX; the Centre is at http://hpux.connect.org.uk/ - the page\n"
-            "at the URL lists a number of mirror sites.";
-        else
-          libpcap_warn = "";
-        g_snprintf(errmsg, (gulong) errmsg_len,
-          "The capture session could not be initiated (%s).", open_err_str);
-#ifndef _WIN32
-        g_snprintf(secondary_errmsg, (gulong) secondary_errmsg_len,
-"Please check to make sure you have sufficient permissions, and that you have "
-"the proper interface or pipe specified.%s", libpcap_warn);
-#else
-    g_snprintf(secondary_errmsg, (gulong) secondary_errmsg_len,
-"\n"
-"Please check that \"%s\" is the proper interface.\n"
-"\n"
-"\n"
-"Help can be found at:\n"
-"\n"
-"       http://wiki.wireshark.org/WinPcap\n"
-"       http://wiki.wireshark.org/CaptureSetup\n",
-    capture_opts->iface);
-#endif /* _WIN32 */
-      }
-      /*
-       * Else pipe (or file) does exist and cap_pipe_open_live() has
-       * filled in errmsg
-       */
-      return FALSE;
-    } else
-      /* cap_pipe_open_live() succeeded; don't want
-         error message from pcap_open_live() */
-      open_err_str[0] = '\0';
-  }
+            {
+                if (ld->cap_pipe_err == PIPNEXIST) {
+                    /* Pipe doesn't exist, so output message for interface */
+                    get_capture_device_open_failure_messages(open_err_str,
+                                                             interface_opts.name,
+                                                             errmsg,
+                                                             errmsg_len,
+                                                             secondary_errmsg,
+                                                             secondary_errmsg_len);
+                }
+                /*
+                 * Else pipe (or file) does exist and cap_pipe_open_live() has
+                 * filled in errmsg
+                 */
+                return FALSE;
+            } else
+                /* cap_pipe_open_live() succeeded; don't want
+                   error message from pcap_open_live() */
+                open_err_str[0] = '\0';
+    }
 
 /* XXX - will this work for tshark? */
 #ifdef MUST_DO_SELECT
-  if (!ld->from_cap_pipe) {
+    if (!ld->from_cap_pipe) {
 #ifdef HAVE_PCAP_GET_SELECTABLE_FD
-    ld->pcap_fd = pcap_get_selectable_fd(ld->pcap_h);
+        ld->pcap_fd = pcap_get_selectable_fd(ld->pcap_h);
 #else
-    ld->pcap_fd = pcap_fileno(ld->pcap_h);
+        ld->pcap_fd = pcap_fileno(ld->pcap_h);
 #endif
-  }
+    }
 #endif
 
-  /* Does "open_err_str" contain a non-empty string?  If so, "pcap_open_live()"
-     returned a warning; print it, but keep capturing. */
-  if (open_err_str[0] != '\0') {
-    sync_msg_str = g_strdup_printf("%s.", open_err_str);
-    report_capture_error(sync_msg_str, "");
-    g_free(sync_msg_str);
-  }
+    /* Does "open_err_str" contain a non-empty string?  If so, "pcap_open_live()"
+       returned a warning; print it, but keep capturing. */
+    if (open_err_str[0] != '\0') {
+        sync_msg_str = g_strdup_printf("%s.", open_err_str);
+        report_capture_error(sync_msg_str, "");
+        g_free(sync_msg_str);
+    }
 
-  return TRUE;
+    return TRUE;
 }
 
-
 /* close the capture input file (pcap or capture pipe) */
-static void capture_loop_close_input(loop_data *ld) {
-
-  g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "capture_loop_close_input");
+static void capture_loop_close_input(loop_data *ld)
+{
+    g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "capture_loop_close_input");
 
-  /* if open, close the capture pipe "input file" */
+    /* if open, close the capture pipe "input file" */
 #ifndef _WIN32
-  if (ld->cap_pipe_fd >= 0) {
-    g_assert(ld->from_cap_pipe);
-    ws_close(ld->cap_pipe_fd);
-    ld->cap_pipe_fd = 0;
-  }
+    if (ld->cap_pipe_fd >= 0) {
+        g_assert(ld->from_cap_pipe);
+        ws_close(ld->cap_pipe_fd);
+        ld->cap_pipe_fd = 0;
+    }
 #else
-  if (ld->cap_pipe_h != INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE) {
-    CloseHandle(ld->cap_pipe_h);
-    ld->cap_pipe_h = INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE;
-  }
+    if (ld->cap_pipe_h != INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE) {
+        CloseHandle(ld->cap_pipe_h);
+        ld->cap_pipe_h = INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE;
+    }
 #endif
 
-  /* if open, close the pcap "input file" */
-  if(ld->pcap_h != NULL) {
-    g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "capture_loop_close_input: closing %p", (void *)ld->pcap_h);
-    g_assert(!ld->from_cap_pipe);
-    pcap_close(ld->pcap_h);
-    ld->pcap_h = NULL;
-  }
+    /* if open, close the pcap "input file" */
+    if(ld->pcap_h != NULL) {
+        g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "capture_loop_close_input: closing %p", (void *)ld->pcap_h);
+        g_assert(!ld->from_cap_pipe);
+        pcap_close(ld->pcap_h);
+        ld->pcap_h = NULL;
+    }
 
-  ld->go = FALSE;
+    ld->go = FALSE;
 
 #ifdef _WIN32
-  /* Shut down windows sockets */
-  WSACleanup();
+    /* Shut down windows sockets */
+    WSACleanup();
 #endif
 }
 
 
 /* init the capture filter */
 static initfilter_status_t
-capture_loop_init_filter(pcap_t *pcap_h, gboolean from_cap_pipe, gchar * iface, gchar * cfilter) {
-  bpf_u_int32 netnum, netmask;
-  gchar       lookup_net_err_str[PCAP_ERRBUF_SIZE];
-  struct bpf_program fcode;
-
-
-  g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "capture_loop_init_filter: %s", cfilter);
-
-  /* capture filters only work on real interfaces */
-  if (cfilter && !from_cap_pipe) {
-    /* A capture filter was specified; set it up. */
-    if (pcap_lookupnet(iface, &netnum, &netmask, lookup_net_err_str) < 0) {
-      /*
-       * Well, we can't get the netmask for this interface; it's used
-       * only for filters that check for broadcast IP addresses, so
-       * we just punt and use 0.  It might be nice to warn the user,
-       * but that's a pain in a GUI application, as it'd involve popping
-       * up a message box, and it's not clear how often this would make
-       * a difference (only filters that check for IP broadcast addresses
-       * use the netmask).
-       */
-      /*cmdarg_err(
-        "Warning:  Couldn't obtain netmask info (%s).", lookup_net_err_str);*/
-      netmask = 0;
-    }
-    if (pcap_compile(pcap_h, &fcode, cfilter, 1, netmask) < 0) {
-      /* Treat this specially - our caller might try to compile this
-         as a display filter and, if that succeeds, warn the user that
-         the display and capture filter syntaxes are different. */
-      return INITFILTER_BAD_FILTER;
-    }
-    if (pcap_setfilter(pcap_h, &fcode) < 0) {
+capture_loop_init_filter(pcap_t *pcap_h, gboolean from_cap_pipe,
+                         gchar * name, gchar * cfilter)
+{
+    struct bpf_program fcode;
+
+    g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "capture_loop_init_filter: %s", cfilter);
+
+    /* capture filters only work on real interfaces */
+    if (cfilter && !from_cap_pipe) {
+        /* A capture filter was specified; set it up. */
+        if (!compile_capture_filter(name, pcap_h, &fcode, cfilter)) {
+            /* Treat this specially - our caller might try to compile this
+               as a display filter and, if that succeeds, warn the user that
+               the display and capture filter syntaxes are different. */
+            return INITFILTER_BAD_FILTER;
+        }
+        if (pcap_setfilter(pcap_h, &fcode) < 0) {
 #ifdef HAVE_PCAP_FREECODE
-      pcap_freecode(&fcode);
+            pcap_freecode(&fcode);
 #endif
-      return INITFILTER_OTHER_ERROR;
-    }
+            return INITFILTER_OTHER_ERROR;
+        }
 #ifdef HAVE_PCAP_FREECODE
-    pcap_freecode(&fcode);
+        pcap_freecode(&fcode);
 #endif
-  }
+    }
 
-  return INITFILTER_NO_ERROR;
+    return INITFILTER_NO_ERROR;
 }
 
 
 /* set up to write to the already-opened capture output file/files */
 static gboolean
-capture_loop_init_output(capture_options *capture_opts, int save_file_fd, loop_data *ld, char *errmsg, int errmsg_len) {
-  int         err;
-
-
-  g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "capture_loop_init_output");
-
-  /* get snaplen */
-  if (ld->from_cap_pipe) {
-    ld->file_snaplen = ld->cap_pipe_hdr.snaplen;
-  } else
-  {
-    ld->file_snaplen = pcap_snapshot(ld->pcap_h);
-  }
-
-  /* Set up to write to the capture file. */
-  if (capture_opts->multi_files_on) {
-    ld->pdh = ringbuf_init_libpcap_fdopen(&err);
-  } else {
-    ld->pdh = libpcap_fdopen(save_file_fd, &err);
-  }
-  if (ld->pdh) {
-    gboolean successful;
-
-    ld->bytes_written = 0;
-    if (capture_opts->use_pcapng) {
-      char appname[100];
-
-      g_snprintf(appname, sizeof(appname), "Dumpcap " VERSION "%s", wireshark_svnversion);
-      successful = libpcap_write_session_header_block(ld->pdh, appname, &ld->bytes_written, &err) &&
-                   libpcap_write_interface_description_block(ld->pdh, capture_opts->iface, capture_opts->cfilter, ld->linktype, ld->file_snaplen, &ld->bytes_written, &err);
-    } else {
-      successful = libpcap_write_file_header(ld->pdh, ld->linktype, ld->file_snaplen,
-                                             &ld->bytes_written, &err);
+capture_loop_init_output(capture_options *capture_opts, loop_data *ld, char *errmsg, int errmsg_len)
+{
+    int         err;
+
+    g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "capture_loop_init_output");
+
+    /* get snaplen */
+    if (ld->from_cap_pipe) {
+        ld->file_snaplen = ld->cap_pipe_hdr.snaplen;
+    } else
+    {
+        ld->file_snaplen = pcap_snapshot(ld->pcap_h);
     }
-    if (!successful) {
-      fclose(ld->pdh);
-      ld->pdh = NULL;
+
+    /* Set up to write to the capture file. */
+    if (capture_opts->multi_files_on) {
+        ld->pdh = ringbuf_init_libpcap_fdopen(&err);
+    } else {
+        ld->pdh = libpcap_fdopen(ld->save_file_fd, &err);
     }
-  }
+    if (ld->pdh) {
+        gboolean successful;
 
-  if (ld->pdh == NULL) {
-    /* We couldn't set up to write to the capture file. */
-    /* XXX - use cf_open_error_message from tshark instead? */
-    switch (err) {
+        ld->bytes_written = 0;
+        if (capture_opts->use_pcapng) {
+            char appname[100];
 
-    case WTAP_ERR_CANT_OPEN:
-      g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsg_len, "The file to which the capture would be saved"
-               " couldn't be created for some unknown reason.");
-      break;
+            g_snprintf(appname, sizeof(appname), "Dumpcap " VERSION "%s", wireshark_svnversion);
+            successful = libpcap_write_session_header_block(ld->pdh, appname, &ld->bytes_written, &err) &&
+                libpcap_write_interface_description_block(ld->pdh, capture_opts->iface, capture_opts->cfilter, ld->linktype, ld->file_snaplen, &ld->bytes_written, &err);
+        } else {
+            successful = libpcap_write_file_header(ld->pdh, ld->linktype, ld->file_snaplen,
+                                                   &ld->bytes_written, &err);
+        }
+        if (!successful) {
+            fclose(ld->pdh);
+            ld->pdh = NULL;
+        }
+    }
 
-    case WTAP_ERR_SHORT_WRITE:
-      g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsg_len, "A full header couldn't be written to the file"
-               " to which the capture would be saved.");
-      break;
+    if (ld->pdh == NULL) {
+        /* We couldn't set up to write to the capture file. */
+        /* XXX - use cf_open_error_message from tshark instead? */
+        switch (err) {
 
-    default:
-      if (err < 0) {
-        g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsg_len,
-                   "The file to which the capture would be"
-                   " saved (\"%s\") could not be opened: Error %d.",
-                   capture_opts->save_file, err);
-      } else {
-        g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsg_len,
-                    "The file to which the capture would be"
-                    " saved (\"%s\") could not be opened: %s.",
-                    capture_opts->save_file, strerror(err));
-      }
-      break;
-    }
+        default:
+            if (err < 0) {
+                g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsg_len,
+                           "The file to which the capture would be"
+                           " saved (\"%s\") could not be opened: Error %d.",
+                           capture_opts->save_file, err);
+            } else {
+                g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsg_len,
+                           "The file to which the capture would be"
+                           " saved (\"%s\") could not be opened: %s.",
+                           capture_opts->save_file, strerror(err));
+            }
+            break;
+        }
 
-    return FALSE;
-  }
+        return FALSE;
+    }
 
-  return TRUE;
+    return TRUE;
 }
 
 static gboolean
-capture_loop_close_output(capture_options *capture_opts, loop_data *ld, int *err_close) {
+capture_loop_close_output(capture_options *capture_opts, loop_data *ld, int *err_close)
+{
 
-  g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "capture_loop_close_output");
+    g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "capture_loop_close_output");
 
-  if (capture_opts->multi_files_on) {
-    return ringbuf_libpcap_dump_close(&capture_opts->save_file, err_close);
-  } else {
-    if (capture_opts->use_pcapng) {
-      libpcap_write_interface_statistics_block(ld->pdh, 0, ld->pcap_h, &ld->bytes_written, err_close);
+    if (capture_opts->multi_files_on) {
+        return ringbuf_libpcap_dump_close(&capture_opts->save_file, err_close);
+    } else {
+        if (capture_opts->use_pcapng) {
+            libpcap_write_interface_statistics_block(ld->pdh, 0, ld->pcap_h, &ld->bytes_written, err_close);
+        }
+        return libpcap_dump_close(ld->pdh, err_close);
     }
-    return libpcap_dump_close(ld->pdh, err_close);
-  }
 }
 
 /* dispatch incoming packets (pcap or capture pipe)
@@ -1835,817 +2485,827 @@ capture_loop_close_output(capture_options *capture_opts, loop_data *ld, int *err
  */
 static int
 capture_loop_dispatch(capture_options *capture_opts _U_, loop_data *ld,
-                     char *errmsg, int errmsg_len)
+                      char *errmsg, int errmsg_len)
 {
-  int       inpkts;
-  gint      packet_count_before;
-  guchar    pcap_data[WTAP_MAX_PACKET_SIZE];
+    int       inpkts;
+    gint      packet_count_before;
+    guchar    pcap_data[WTAP_MAX_PACKET_SIZE];
 #ifndef USE_THREADS
-  int       sel_ret;
+    int       sel_ret;
 #endif
 
-  packet_count_before = ld->packet_count;
-  if (ld->from_cap_pipe) {
-    /* dispatch from capture pipe */
+    packet_count_before = ld->packet_count;
+    if (ld->from_cap_pipe) {
+        /* dispatch from capture pipe */
 #ifdef LOG_CAPTURE_VERBOSE
-    g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "capture_loop_dispatch: from capture pipe");
+        g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "capture_loop_dispatch: from capture pipe");
 #endif
 #ifndef USE_THREADS
-    sel_ret = cap_pipe_select(ld->cap_pipe_fd);
-    if (sel_ret <= 0) {
-      inpkts = 0;
-      if (sel_ret < 0 && errno != EINTR) {
-        g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsg_len,
-          "Unexpected error from select: %s", strerror(errno));
-        report_capture_error(errmsg, please_report);
-        ld->go = FALSE;
-      }
-    } else {
-      /*
-       * "select()" says we can read from the pipe without blocking
-       */
+        sel_ret = cap_pipe_select(ld->cap_pipe_fd);
+        if (sel_ret <= 0) {
+            if (sel_ret < 0 && errno != EINTR) {
+                g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsg_len,
+                           "Unexpected error from select: %s", strerror(errno));
+                report_capture_error(errmsg, please_report);
+                ld->go = FALSE;
+            }
+        } else {
+            /*
+             * "select()" says we can read from the pipe without blocking
+             */
 #endif /* USE_THREADS */
-      inpkts = cap_pipe_dispatch(ld, pcap_data, errmsg, errmsg_len);
-      if (inpkts < 0) {
-        ld->go = FALSE;
-      }
+            inpkts = cap_pipe_dispatch(ld, pcap_data, errmsg, errmsg_len);
+            if (inpkts < 0) {
+                ld->go = FALSE;
+            }
 #ifndef USE_THREADS
-    }
+        }
 #endif
-  }
-  else
-  {
-    /* dispatch from pcap */
+    }
+    else
+    {
+        /* dispatch from pcap */
 #ifdef MUST_DO_SELECT
-    /*
-     * If we have "pcap_get_selectable_fd()", we use it to get the
-     * descriptor on which to select; if that's -1, it means there
-     * is no descriptor on which you can do a "select()" (perhaps
-     * because you're capturing on a special device, and that device's
-     * driver unfortunately doesn't support "select()", in which case
-     * we don't do the select - which means it might not be possible
-     * to stop a capture until a packet arrives.  If that's unacceptable,
-     * plead with whoever supplies the software for that device to add
-     * "select()" support, or upgrade to libpcap 0.8.1 or later, and
-     * rebuild Wireshark or get a version built with libpcap 0.8.1 or
-     * later, so it can use pcap_breakloop().
-     */
-#ifdef LOG_CAPTURE_VERBOSE
-    g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "capture_loop_dispatch: from pcap_dispatch with select");
-#endif
-    if (ld->pcap_fd != -1) {
-      sel_ret = cap_pipe_select(ld->pcap_fd);
-      if (sel_ret > 0) {
         /*
-         * "select()" says we can read from it without blocking; go for
-         * it.
-         *
-         * We don't have pcap_breakloop(), so we only process one packet
-         * per pcap_dispatch() call, to allow a signal to stop the
-         * processing immediately, rather than processing all packets
-         * in a batch before quitting.
+         * If we have "pcap_get_selectable_fd()", we use it to get the
+         * descriptor on which to select; if that's -1, it means there
+         * is no descriptor on which you can do a "select()" (perhaps
+         * because you're capturing on a special device, and that device's
+         * driver unfortunately doesn't support "select()", in which case
+         * we don't do the select - which means it might not be possible
+         * to stop a capture until a packet arrives.  If that's unacceptable,
+         * plead with whoever supplies the software for that device to add
+         * "select()" support, or upgrade to libpcap 0.8.1 or later, and
+         * rebuild Wireshark or get a version built with libpcap 0.8.1 or
+         * later, so it can use pcap_breakloop().
          */
-        inpkts = pcap_dispatch(ld->pcap_h, 1, capture_loop_packet_cb,
-                               (u_char *)ld);
-        if (inpkts < 0) {
-            if (inpkts == -1) {
-                /* Error, rather than pcap_breakloop(). */
-                ld->pcap_err = TRUE;
+#ifdef LOG_CAPTURE_VERBOSE
+        g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "capture_loop_dispatch: from pcap_dispatch with select");
+#endif
+        if (ld->pcap_fd != -1) {
+            sel_ret = cap_pipe_select(ld->pcap_fd);
+            if (sel_ret > 0) {
+                /*
+                 * "select()" says we can read from it without blocking; go for
+                 * it.
+                 *
+                 * We don't have pcap_breakloop(), so we only process one packet
+                 * per pcap_dispatch() call, to allow a signal to stop the
+                 * processing immediately, rather than processing all packets
+                 * in a batch before quitting.
+                 */
+                inpkts = pcap_dispatch(ld->pcap_h, 1, capture_loop_packet_cb,
+                                       (u_char *)ld);
+                if (inpkts < 0) {
+                    if (inpkts == -1) {
+                        /* Error, rather than pcap_breakloop(). */
+                        ld->pcap_err = TRUE;
+                    }
+                    ld->go = FALSE; /* error or pcap_breakloop() - stop capturing */
+                }
+            } else {
+                if (sel_ret < 0 && errno != EINTR) {
+                    g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsg_len,
+                               "Unexpected error from select: %s", strerror(errno));
+                    report_capture_error(errmsg, please_report);
+                    ld->go = FALSE;
+                }
             }
-          ld->go = FALSE; /* error or pcap_breakloop() - stop capturing */
         }
-      } else {
-        if (sel_ret < 0 && errno != EINTR) {
-          g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsg_len,
-            "Unexpected error from select: %s", strerror(errno));
-          report_capture_error(errmsg, please_report);
-          ld->go = FALSE;
-        }
-      }
-    }
-    else
+        else
 #endif /* MUST_DO_SELECT */
-    {
-      /* dispatch from pcap without select */
+        {
+            /* dispatch from pcap without select */
 #if 1
 #ifdef LOG_CAPTURE_VERBOSE
-      g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "capture_loop_dispatch: from pcap_dispatch");
+            g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "capture_loop_dispatch: from pcap_dispatch");
 #endif
 #ifdef _WIN32
-      /*
-       * On Windows, we don't support asynchronously telling a process to
-       * stop capturing; instead, we check for an indication on a pipe
-       * after processing packets.  We therefore process only one packet
-       * at a time, so that we can check the pipe after every packet.
-       */
-      inpkts = pcap_dispatch(ld->pcap_h, 1, capture_loop_packet_cb, (u_char *) ld);
+            /*
+             * On Windows, we don't support asynchronously telling a process to
+             * stop capturing; instead, we check for an indication on a pipe
+             * after processing packets.  We therefore process only one packet
+             * at a time, so that we can check the pipe after every packet.
+             */
+            inpkts = pcap_dispatch(ld->pcap_h, 1, capture_loop_packet_cb, (u_char *) ld);
 #else
-      inpkts = pcap_dispatch(ld->pcap_h, -1, capture_loop_packet_cb, (u_char *) ld);
+            inpkts = pcap_dispatch(ld->pcap_h, -1, capture_loop_packet_cb, (u_char *) ld);
 #endif
-      if (inpkts < 0) {
-        if (inpkts == -1) {
-          /* Error, rather than pcap_breakloop(). */
-          ld->pcap_err = TRUE;
-        }
-        ld->go = FALSE; /* error or pcap_breakloop() - stop capturing */
-      }
+            if (inpkts < 0) {
+                if (inpkts == -1) {
+                    /* Error, rather than pcap_breakloop(). */
+                    ld->pcap_err = TRUE;
+                }
+                ld->go = FALSE; /* error or pcap_breakloop() - stop capturing */
+            }
 #else /* pcap_next_ex */
 #ifdef LOG_CAPTURE_VERBOSE
-      g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "capture_loop_dispatch: from pcap_next_ex");
-#endif
-      /* XXX - this is currently unused, as there is some confusion with pcap_next_ex() vs. pcap_dispatch() */
-
-      /*
-       * WinPcap's remote capturing feature doesn't work with pcap_dispatch(),
-       * see http://wiki.wireshark.org/CaptureSetup_2fWinPcapRemote
-       * This should be fixed in the WinPcap 4.0 alpha release.
-       *
-       * For reference, an example remote interface:
-       * rpcap://[1.2.3.4]/\Device\NPF_{39993D68-7C9B-4439-A329-F2D888DA7C5C}
-       */
-
-      /* emulate dispatch from pcap */
-      {
-        int in;
-        struct pcap_pkthdr *pkt_header;
-        u_char *pkt_data;
-
-        in = 0;
-        while(ld->go &&
-              (in = pcap_next_ex(ld->pcap_h, &pkt_header, &pkt_data)) == 1)
-          capture_loop_packet_cb( (u_char *) ld, pkt_header, pkt_data);
-
-        if(in < 0) {
-          ld->pcap_err = TRUE;
-          ld->go = FALSE;
-        }
-      }
+            g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "capture_loop_dispatch: from pcap_next_ex");
+#endif
+            /* XXX - this is currently unused, as there is some confusion with pcap_next_ex() vs. pcap_dispatch() */
+
+            /*
+             * WinPcap's remote capturing feature doesn't work with pcap_dispatch(),
+             * see http://wiki.wireshark.org/CaptureSetup_2fWinPcapRemote
+             * This should be fixed in the WinPcap 4.0 alpha release.
+             *
+             * For reference, an example remote interface:
+             * rpcap://[1.2.3.4]/\Device\NPF_{39993D68-7C9B-4439-A329-F2D888DA7C5C}
+             */
+
+            /* emulate dispatch from pcap */
+            {
+                int in;
+                struct pcap_pkthdr *pkt_header;
+                u_char *pkt_data;
+
+                in = 0;
+                while(ld->go &&
+                      (in = pcap_next_ex(ld->pcap_h, &pkt_header, &pkt_data)) == 1)
+                    capture_loop_packet_cb( (u_char *) ld, pkt_header, pkt_data);
+
+                if(in < 0) {
+                    ld->pcap_err = TRUE;
+                    ld->go = FALSE;
+                }
+            }
 #endif /* pcap_next_ex */
+        }
     }
-  }
 
 #ifdef LOG_CAPTURE_VERBOSE
-  g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "capture_loop_dispatch: %d new packet%s", inpkts, plurality(inpkts, "", "s"));
+    g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "capture_loop_dispatch: %d new packet%s", inpkts, plurality(inpkts, "", "s"));
 #endif
 
-  return ld->packet_count - packet_count_before;
+    return ld->packet_count - packet_count_before;
 }
 
+#ifdef _WIN32
+/* Isolate the Universally Unique Identifier from the interface.  Basically, we
+ * want to grab only the characters between the '{' and '}' delimiters.
+ *
+ * Returns a GString that must be freed with g_string_free(). */
+static GString *
+isolate_uuid(const char *iface)
+{
+    gchar *ptr;
+    GString *gstr;
+
+    ptr = strchr(iface, '{');
+    if (ptr == NULL)
+        return g_string_new(iface);
+    gstr = g_string_new(ptr + 1);
+
+    ptr = strchr(gstr->str, '}');
+    if (ptr == NULL)
+        return gstr;
+
+    gstr = g_string_truncate(gstr, ptr - gstr->str);
+    return gstr;
+}
+#endif
 
 /* open the output file (temporary/specified name/ringbuffer/named pipe/stdout) */
 /* Returns TRUE if the file opened successfully, FALSE otherwise. */
 static gboolean
 capture_loop_open_output(capture_options *capture_opts, int *save_file_fd,
-                     char *errmsg, int errmsg_len) {
-
-  char *tmpname;
-  gchar *capfile_name;
-  gboolean is_tempfile;
-#ifndef _WIN32
-  int ret;
+                         char *errmsg, int errmsg_len)
+{
+    char *tmpname;
+    gchar *capfile_name;
+    gchar *prefix;
+    gboolean is_tempfile;
+
+    g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "capture_loop_open_output: %s",
+          (capture_opts->save_file) ? capture_opts->save_file : "");
+
+    if (capture_opts->save_file != NULL) {
+        /* We return to the caller while the capture is in progress.
+         * Therefore we need to take a copy of save_file in
+         * case the caller destroys it after we return.
+         */
+        capfile_name = g_strdup(capture_opts->save_file);
+
+        if (capture_opts->output_to_pipe == TRUE) { /* either "-" or named pipe */
+            if (capture_opts->multi_files_on) {
+                /* ringbuffer is enabled; that doesn't work with standard output or a named pipe */
+                g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsg_len,
+                           "Ring buffer requested, but capture is being written to standard output or to a named pipe.");
+                g_free(capfile_name);
+                return FALSE;
+            }
+            if (strcmp(capfile_name, "-") == 0) {
+                /* write to stdout */
+                *save_file_fd = 1;
+#ifdef _WIN32
+                /* set output pipe to binary mode to avoid Windows text-mode processing (eg: for CR/LF)  */
+                _setmode(1, O_BINARY);
 #endif
+            }
+        } /* if (...output_to_pipe ... */
+
+        else {
+            if (capture_opts->multi_files_on) {
+                /* ringbuffer is enabled */
+                *save_file_fd = ringbuf_init(capfile_name,
+                                             (capture_opts->has_ring_num_files) ? capture_opts->ring_num_files : 0,
+                                             capture_opts->group_read_access);
+
+                /* we need the ringbuf name */
+                if(*save_file_fd != -1) {
+                    g_free(capfile_name);
+                    capfile_name = g_strdup(ringbuf_current_filename());
+                }
+            } else {
+                /* Try to open/create the specified file for use as a capture buffer. */
+                *save_file_fd = ws_open(capfile_name, O_RDWR|O_BINARY|O_TRUNC|O_CREAT,
+                                        (capture_opts->group_read_access) ? 0640 : 0600);
+            }
+        }
+        is_tempfile = FALSE;
+    } else {
+        /* Choose a random name for the temporary capture buffer */
+#ifdef _WIN32
+        GString *iface;
 
-  g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "capture_loop_open_output: %s",
-      (capture_opts->save_file) ? capture_opts->save_file : "");
+        iface = isolate_uuid(capture_opts->iface);
+        prefix = g_strconcat("wireshark_", g_basename(iface->str), NULL);
+        g_string_free(iface, TRUE);
+#else
+        prefix = g_strconcat("wireshark_", g_basename(capture_opts->iface), NULL);
+#endif
+        *save_file_fd = create_tempfile(&tmpname, prefix);
+        g_free(prefix);
+        capfile_name = g_strdup(tmpname);
+        is_tempfile = TRUE;
+    }
 
-  if (capture_opts->save_file != NULL) {
-    /* We return to the caller while the capture is in progress.
-     * Therefore we need to take a copy of save_file in
-     * case the caller destroys it after we return.
-     */
-    capfile_name = g_strdup(capture_opts->save_file);
+    /* did we fail to open the output file? */
+    if (*save_file_fd == -1) {
+        if (is_tempfile) {
+            g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsg_len,
+                       "The temporary file to which the capture would be saved (\"%s\") "
+                       "could not be opened: %s.", capfile_name, strerror(errno));
+        } else {
+            if (capture_opts->multi_files_on) {
+                ringbuf_error_cleanup();
+            }
 
-    if (capture_opts->output_to_pipe == TRUE) { /* either "-" or named pipe */
-      if (capture_opts->multi_files_on) {
-        /* ringbuffer is enabled; that doesn't work with standard output or a named pipe */
-        g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsg_len,
-           "Ring buffer requested, but capture is being written to standard output or to a named pipe.");
+            g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsg_len,
+                       "The file to which the capture would be saved (\"%s\") "
+                       "could not be opened: %s.", capfile_name,
+                       strerror(errno));
+        }
         g_free(capfile_name);
         return FALSE;
-      }
-      if (strcmp(capfile_name, "-") == 0) {
-        /* write to stdout */
-        *save_file_fd = 1;
-#ifdef _WIN32
-        /* set output pipe to binary mode to avoid Windows text-mode processing (eg: for CR/LF)  */
-        _setmode(1, O_BINARY);
-#endif
-      }
-    } /* if (...output_to_pipe ... */
-
-    else {
-      if (capture_opts->multi_files_on) {
-        /* ringbuffer is enabled */
-        *save_file_fd = ringbuf_init(capfile_name,
-            (capture_opts->has_ring_num_files) ? capture_opts->ring_num_files : 0);
-
-        /* we need the ringbuf name */
-        if(*save_file_fd != -1) {
-            g_free(capfile_name);
-            capfile_name = g_strdup(ringbuf_current_filename());
-        }
-      } else {
-        /* Try to open/create the specified file for use as a capture buffer. */
-        *save_file_fd = ws_open(capfile_name, O_RDWR|O_BINARY|O_TRUNC|O_CREAT,
-                             0600);
-      }
-    }
-    is_tempfile = FALSE;
-  } else {
-    /* Choose a random name for the temporary capture buffer */
-    *save_file_fd = create_tempfile(&tmpname, "wireshark");
-    capfile_name = g_strdup(tmpname);
-    is_tempfile = TRUE;
-  }
-
-  /* did we fail to open the output file? */
-  if (*save_file_fd == -1) {
-    if (is_tempfile) {
-      g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsg_len,
-       "The temporary file to which the capture would be saved (\"%s\") "
-       "could not be opened: %s.", capfile_name, strerror(errno));
-    } else {
-      if (capture_opts->multi_files_on) {
-        ringbuf_error_cleanup();
-      }
+    }
 
-      g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsg_len,
-           "The file to which the capture would be saved (\"%s\") "
-        "could not be opened: %s.", capfile_name,
-        strerror(errno));
+    if(capture_opts->save_file != NULL) {
+        g_free(capture_opts->save_file);
     }
-    g_free(capfile_name);
-    return FALSE;
-  }
-
-  if(capture_opts->save_file != NULL) {
-    g_free(capture_opts->save_file);
-  }
-  capture_opts->save_file = capfile_name;
-  /* capture_opts.save_file is "g_free"ed later, which is equivalent to
-     "g_free(capfile_name)". */
-#ifndef _WIN32
-  ret = fchown(*save_file_fd, capture_opts->owner, capture_opts->group);
-#endif
+    capture_opts->save_file = capfile_name;
+    /* capture_opts.save_file is "g_free"ed later, which is equivalent to
+       "g_free(capfile_name)". */
 
-  return TRUE;
+    return TRUE;
 }
 
 
-#ifdef _WIN32
-#define TIME_GET() GetTickCount()
-#else
-#define TIME_GET() time(NULL)
-#endif
+/* Do the work of handling either the file size or file duration capture
+   conditions being reached, and switching files or stopping. */
+static gboolean
+do_file_switch_or_stop(capture_options *capture_opts,
+                       condition *cnd_autostop_files,
+                       condition *cnd_autostop_size,
+                       condition *cnd_file_duration)
+{
+    if (capture_opts->multi_files_on) {
+        if (cnd_autostop_files != NULL &&
+            cnd_eval(cnd_autostop_files, ++global_ld.autostop_files)) {
+            /* no files left: stop here */
+            global_ld.go = FALSE;
+            return FALSE;
+        }
+
+        /* Switch to the next ringbuffer file */
+        if (ringbuf_switch_file(&global_ld.pdh, &capture_opts->save_file,
+                                &global_ld.save_file_fd, &global_ld.err)) {
+            gboolean successful;
+
+            /* File switch succeeded: reset the conditions */
+            global_ld.bytes_written = 0;
+            if (capture_opts->use_pcapng) {
+                char appname[100];
+
+                g_snprintf(appname, sizeof(appname), "Dumpcap " VERSION "%s", wireshark_svnversion);
+                successful = libpcap_write_session_header_block(global_ld.pdh, appname, &global_ld.bytes_written, &global_ld.err) &&
+                    libpcap_write_interface_description_block(global_ld.pdh, capture_opts->iface, capture_opts->cfilter, global_ld.linktype, global_ld.file_snaplen, &global_ld.bytes_written, &global_ld.err);
+            } else {
+                successful = libpcap_write_file_header(global_ld.pdh, global_ld.linktype, global_ld.file_snaplen,
+                                                       &global_ld.bytes_written, &global_ld.err);
+            }
+            if (!successful) {
+                fclose(global_ld.pdh);
+                global_ld.pdh = NULL;
+                global_ld.go = FALSE;
+                return FALSE;
+            }
+            if(cnd_autostop_size)
+                cnd_reset(cnd_autostop_size);
+            if(cnd_file_duration)
+                cnd_reset(cnd_file_duration);
+            libpcap_dump_flush(global_ld.pdh, NULL);
+            if (!quiet)
+                report_packet_count(global_ld.inpkts_to_sync_pipe);
+            global_ld.inpkts_to_sync_pipe = 0;
+            report_new_capture_file(capture_opts->save_file);
+        } else {
+            /* File switch failed: stop here */
+            global_ld.go = FALSE;
+            return FALSE;
+        }
+    } else {
+        /* single file, stop now */
+        global_ld.go = FALSE;
+        return FALSE;
+    }
+    return TRUE;
+}
 
 /* Do the low-level work of a capture.
    Returns TRUE if it succeeds, FALSE otherwise. */
 static gboolean
 capture_loop_start(capture_options *capture_opts, gboolean *stats_known, struct pcap_stat *stats)
 {
-  time_t      upd_time, cur_time;
-  time_t      start_time;
-  int         err_close;
-  int         inpkts;
-  gint        inpkts_to_sync_pipe = 0;     /* packets not already send out to the sync_pipe */
-  condition  *cnd_file_duration = NULL;
-  condition  *cnd_autostop_files = NULL;
-  condition  *cnd_autostop_size = NULL;
-  condition  *cnd_autostop_duration = NULL;
-  guint32     autostop_files = 0;
-  gboolean    write_ok;
-  gboolean    close_ok;
-  gboolean    cfilter_error = FALSE;
-#define MSG_MAX_LENGTH 4096
-  char        errmsg[MSG_MAX_LENGTH+1];
-  char        secondary_errmsg[MSG_MAX_LENGTH+1];
-  int         save_file_fd = -1;
-
-  *errmsg           = '\0';
-  *secondary_errmsg = '\0';
-
-  /* init the loop data */
-  global_ld.go                 = TRUE;
-  global_ld.packet_count       = 0;
-  if (capture_opts->has_autostop_packets)
-    global_ld.packet_max       = capture_opts->autostop_packets;
-  else
-    global_ld.packet_max       = 0;    /* no limit */
-  global_ld.err                = 0;    /* no error seen yet */
-  global_ld.wtap_linktype      = WTAP_ENCAP_UNKNOWN;
-  global_ld.pcap_err           = FALSE;
-  global_ld.from_cap_pipe      = FALSE;
-  global_ld.pdh                = NULL;
+#ifdef WIN32
+    time_t upd_time, cur_time;
+#else
+    struct timeval upd_time, cur_time;
+#endif
+    int         err_close;
+    int         inpkts;
+    condition  *cnd_file_duration = NULL;
+    condition  *cnd_autostop_files = NULL;
+    condition  *cnd_autostop_size = NULL;
+    condition  *cnd_autostop_duration = NULL;
+    gboolean    write_ok;
+    gboolean    close_ok;
+    gboolean    cfilter_error = FALSE;
+    char        errmsg[MSG_MAX_LENGTH+1];
+    char        secondary_errmsg[MSG_MAX_LENGTH+1];
+
+    *errmsg           = '\0';
+    *secondary_errmsg = '\0';
+
+    /* init the loop data */
+    global_ld.go                  = TRUE;
+    global_ld.packet_count        = 0;
+#ifdef SIGINFO
+    global_ld.report_packet_count = FALSE;
+#endif
+    if (capture_opts->has_autostop_packets)
+        global_ld.packet_max        = capture_opts->autostop_packets;
+    else
+        global_ld.packet_max        = 0;        /* no limit */
+    global_ld.inpkts_to_sync_pipe = 0;
+    global_ld.err                 = 0;  /* no error seen yet */
+    global_ld.pcap_err            = FALSE;
+    global_ld.from_cap_pipe       = FALSE;
+    global_ld.pdh                 = NULL;
 #ifndef _WIN32
-  global_ld.cap_pipe_fd        = -1;
+    global_ld.cap_pipe_fd         = -1;
 #else
-  global_ld.cap_pipe_h         = INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE;
+    global_ld.cap_pipe_h          = INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE;
 #endif
 #ifdef MUST_DO_SELECT
-  global_ld.pcap_fd            = 0;
-#endif
-
-  /* We haven't yet gotten the capture statistics. */
-  *stats_known      = FALSE;
-
-  g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_INFO, "Capture loop starting ...");
-  capture_opts_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, capture_opts);
-
-  /* open the "input file" from network interface or capture pipe */
-  if (!capture_loop_open_input(capture_opts, &global_ld, errmsg, sizeof(errmsg),
-                               secondary_errmsg, sizeof(secondary_errmsg))) {
-    goto error;
-  }
-
-  /* init the input filter from the network interface (capture pipe will do nothing) */
-  switch (capture_loop_init_filter(global_ld.pcap_h, global_ld.from_cap_pipe,
-                                   capture_opts->iface,
-                                  capture_opts->cfilter)) {
-
-  case INITFILTER_NO_ERROR:
-    break;
-
-  case INITFILTER_BAD_FILTER:
-    cfilter_error = TRUE;
-    g_snprintf(errmsg, sizeof(errmsg), "%s", pcap_geterr(global_ld.pcap_h));
-    goto error;
-
-  case INITFILTER_OTHER_ERROR:
-    g_snprintf(errmsg, sizeof(errmsg), "Can't install filter (%s).",
-               pcap_geterr(global_ld.pcap_h));
-    g_snprintf(secondary_errmsg, sizeof(secondary_errmsg), "%s", please_report);
-    goto error;
-  }
-
-  /* If we're supposed to write to a capture file, open it for output
-     (temporary/specified name/ringbuffer) */
-  if (capture_opts->saving_to_file) {
-    if (!capture_loop_open_output(capture_opts, &save_file_fd, errmsg, sizeof(errmsg))) {
-      goto error;
-    }
-
-    /* set up to write to the already-opened capture output file/files */
-    if (!capture_loop_init_output(capture_opts, save_file_fd, &global_ld,
-                                  errmsg, sizeof(errmsg))) {
-      goto error;
-    }
-
-  /* XXX - capture SIGTERM and close the capture, in case we're on a
-     Linux 2.0[.x] system and you have to explicitly close the capture
-     stream in order to turn promiscuous mode off?  We need to do that
-     in other places as well - and I don't think that works all the
-     time in any case, due to libpcap bugs. */
-
-    /* Well, we should be able to start capturing.
-
-       Sync out the capture file, so the header makes it to the file system,
-       and send a "capture started successfully and capture file created"
-       message to our parent so that they'll open the capture file and
-       update its windows to indicate that we have a live capture in
-       progress. */
-    libpcap_dump_flush(global_ld.pdh, NULL);
-    report_new_capture_file(capture_opts->save_file);
-  }
-
-  /* initialize capture stop (and alike) conditions */
-  init_capture_stop_conditions();
-  /* create stop conditions */
-  if (capture_opts->has_autostop_filesize)
-    cnd_autostop_size =
-        cnd_new(CND_CLASS_CAPTURESIZE,(long)capture_opts->autostop_filesize * 1024);
-  if (capture_opts->has_autostop_duration)
-    cnd_autostop_duration =
-        cnd_new(CND_CLASS_TIMEOUT,(gint32)capture_opts->autostop_duration);
-
-  if (capture_opts->multi_files_on) {
-      if (capture_opts->has_file_duration)
-        cnd_file_duration =
-           cnd_new(CND_CLASS_TIMEOUT, capture_opts->file_duration);
-
-      if (capture_opts->has_autostop_files)
-        cnd_autostop_files =
-           cnd_new(CND_CLASS_CAPTURESIZE, capture_opts->autostop_files);
-  }
-
-  /* init the time values */
-  start_time = TIME_GET();
-  upd_time = TIME_GET();
-
-  g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_INFO, "Capture loop running!");
-
-  /* WOW, everything is prepared! */
-  /* please fasten your seat belts, we will enter now the actual capture loop */
-  while (global_ld.go) {
-    /* dispatch incoming packets */
-    inpkts = capture_loop_dispatch(capture_opts, &global_ld, errmsg,
-                                   sizeof(errmsg));
+    global_ld.pcap_fd             = 0;
+#endif
+    global_ld.autostop_files      = 0;
+    global_ld.save_file_fd        = -1;
 
-#ifdef _WIN32
-    /* any news from our parent (signal pipe)? -> just stop the capture */
-    if (!signal_pipe_check_running()) {
-      global_ld.go = FALSE;
+    /* We haven't yet gotten the capture statistics. */
+    *stats_known      = FALSE;
+
+    g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_INFO, "Capture loop starting ...");
+    capture_opts_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, capture_opts);
+
+    /* open the "input file" from network interface or capture pipe */
+    if (!capture_loop_open_input(capture_opts, &global_ld, errmsg, sizeof(errmsg),
+                                 secondary_errmsg, sizeof(secondary_errmsg))) {
+        goto error;
     }
-#endif
 
-    if (inpkts > 0) {
-      inpkts_to_sync_pipe += inpkts;
+    /* init the input filter from the network interface (capture pipe will do nothing) */
+    switch (capture_loop_init_filter(global_ld.pcap_h, global_ld.from_cap_pipe,
+                                     capture_opts->iface,
+                                     capture_opts->cfilter)) {
 
-      /* check capture size condition */
-      if (cnd_autostop_size != NULL &&
-          cnd_eval(cnd_autostop_size, (guint32)global_ld.bytes_written)){
-        /* Capture size limit reached, do we have another file? */
-        if (capture_opts->multi_files_on) {
-          if (cnd_autostop_files != NULL &&
-              cnd_eval(cnd_autostop_files, ++autostop_files)) {
-             /* no files left: stop here */
-            global_ld.go = FALSE;
-            continue;
-          }
+    case INITFILTER_NO_ERROR:
+        break;
 
-          /* Switch to the next ringbuffer file */
-          if (ringbuf_switch_file(&global_ld.pdh, &capture_opts->save_file,
-                                  &save_file_fd, &global_ld.err)) {
-            gboolean successful;
+    case INITFILTER_BAD_FILTER:
+        cfilter_error = TRUE;
+        g_snprintf(errmsg, sizeof(errmsg), "%s", pcap_geterr(global_ld.pcap_h));
+        goto error;
+
+    case INITFILTER_OTHER_ERROR:
+        g_snprintf(errmsg, sizeof(errmsg), "Can't install filter (%s).",
+                   pcap_geterr(global_ld.pcap_h));
+        g_snprintf(secondary_errmsg, sizeof(secondary_errmsg), "%s", please_report);
+        goto error;
+    }
+
+    /* If we're supposed to write to a capture file, open it for output
+       (temporary/specified name/ringbuffer) */
+    if (capture_opts->saving_to_file) {
+        if (!capture_loop_open_output(capture_opts, &global_ld.save_file_fd,
+                                      errmsg, sizeof(errmsg))) {
+            goto error;
+        }
+
+        /* set up to write to the already-opened capture output file/files */
+        if (!capture_loop_init_output(capture_opts, &global_ld, errmsg,
+                                      sizeof(errmsg))) {
+            goto error;
+        }
+
+        /* XXX - capture SIGTERM and close the capture, in case we're on a
+           Linux 2.0[.x] system and you have to explicitly close the capture
+           stream in order to turn promiscuous mode off?  We need to do that
+           in other places as well - and I don't think that works all the
+           time in any case, due to libpcap bugs. */
+
+        /* Well, we should be able to start capturing.
+
+           Sync out the capture file, so the header makes it to the file system,
+           and send a "capture started successfully and capture file created"
+           message to our parent so that they'll open the capture file and
+           update its windows to indicate that we have a live capture in
+           progress. */
+        libpcap_dump_flush(global_ld.pdh, NULL);
+        report_new_capture_file(capture_opts->save_file);
+    }
+
+    /* initialize capture stop (and alike) conditions */
+    init_capture_stop_conditions();
+    /* create stop conditions */
+    if (capture_opts->has_autostop_filesize)
+        cnd_autostop_size =
+            cnd_new(CND_CLASS_CAPTURESIZE,(long)capture_opts->autostop_filesize * 1024);
+    if (capture_opts->has_autostop_duration)
+        cnd_autostop_duration =
+            cnd_new(CND_CLASS_TIMEOUT,(gint32)capture_opts->autostop_duration);
+
+    if (capture_opts->multi_files_on) {
+        if (capture_opts->has_file_duration)
+            cnd_file_duration =
+                cnd_new(CND_CLASS_TIMEOUT, capture_opts->file_duration);
+
+        if (capture_opts->has_autostop_files)
+            cnd_autostop_files =
+                cnd_new(CND_CLASS_CAPTURESIZE, capture_opts->autostop_files);
+    }
+
+    /* init the time values */
+#ifdef WIN32
+    upd_time = GetTickCount();
+#else
+    gettimeofday(&upd_time, NULL);
+#endif
 
-            /* File switch succeeded: reset the conditions */
-            global_ld.bytes_written = 0;
-            if (capture_opts->use_pcapng) {
-              char appname[100];
+    g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_INFO, "Capture loop running!");
 
-              g_snprintf(appname, sizeof(appname), "Dumpcap " VERSION "%s", wireshark_svnversion);
-              successful = libpcap_write_session_header_block(global_ld.pdh, appname, &global_ld.bytes_written, &global_ld.err) &&
-                           libpcap_write_interface_description_block(global_ld.pdh, capture_opts->iface, capture_opts->cfilter, global_ld.linktype, global_ld.file_snaplen, &global_ld.bytes_written, &global_ld.err);
-            } else {
-              successful = libpcap_write_file_header(global_ld.pdh, global_ld.linktype, global_ld.file_snaplen,
-                                                     &global_ld.bytes_written, &global_ld.err);
-            }
-            if (!successful) {
-              fclose(global_ld.pdh);
-              global_ld.pdh = NULL;
-              global_ld.go = FALSE;
-              continue;
-            }
-            cnd_reset(cnd_autostop_size);
-            if (cnd_file_duration) {
-              cnd_reset(cnd_file_duration);
-            }
-            libpcap_dump_flush(global_ld.pdh, NULL);
-            report_packet_count(inpkts_to_sync_pipe);
-            inpkts_to_sync_pipe = 0;
-            report_new_capture_file(capture_opts->save_file);
-          } else {
-            /* File switch failed: stop here */
-            global_ld.go = FALSE;
-            continue;
-          }
-        } else {
-          /* single file, stop now */
-          global_ld.go = FALSE;
-          continue;
+    /* WOW, everything is prepared! */
+    /* please fasten your seat belts, we will enter now the actual capture loop */
+    while (global_ld.go) {
+        /* dispatch incoming packets */
+        inpkts = capture_loop_dispatch(capture_opts, &global_ld, errmsg,
+                                       sizeof(errmsg));
+
+#ifdef SIGINFO
+        /* Were we asked to print packet counts by the SIGINFO handler? */
+        if (global_ld.report_packet_count) {
+            fprintf(stderr, "%u packet%s captured\n", global_ld.packet_count,
+                    plurality(global_ld.packet_count, "", "s"));
+            global_ld.report_packet_count = FALSE;
         }
-      } /* cnd_autostop_size */
-      if (capture_opts->output_to_pipe) {
-        libpcap_dump_flush(global_ld.pdh, NULL);
-      }
-    } /* inpkts */
+#endif
 
-    /* Only update once a second (Win32: 500ms) so as not to overload slow
-     * displays. This also prevents too much context-switching between the
-     * dumpcap and wireshark processes */
-    cur_time = TIME_GET();
 #ifdef _WIN32
-    if ( (cur_time - upd_time) > 500) {
-#else
-    if (cur_time - upd_time > 0) {
+        /* any news from our parent (signal pipe)? -> just stop the capture */
+        if (!signal_pipe_check_running()) {
+            global_ld.go = FALSE;
+        }
 #endif
-        upd_time = cur_time;
 
-      /*if (pcap_stats(pch, stats) >= 0) {
-        *stats_known = TRUE;
-      }*/
+        if (inpkts > 0) {
+            global_ld.inpkts_to_sync_pipe += inpkts;
 
-      /* Let the parent process know. */
-      if (inpkts_to_sync_pipe) {
-        /* do sync here */
-        libpcap_dump_flush(global_ld.pdh, NULL);
+            /* check capture size condition */
+            if (cnd_autostop_size != NULL &&
+                cnd_eval(cnd_autostop_size, (guint32)global_ld.bytes_written)) {
+                /* Capture size limit reached, do we have another file? */
+                if (!do_file_switch_or_stop(capture_opts, cnd_autostop_files,
+                                            cnd_autostop_size, cnd_file_duration))
+                    continue;
+            } /* cnd_autostop_size */
+            if (capture_opts->output_to_pipe) {
+                libpcap_dump_flush(global_ld.pdh, NULL);
+            }
+        } /* inpkts */
 
-        /* Send our parent a message saying we've written out "inpkts_to_sync_pipe"
-           packets to the capture file. */
-        report_packet_count(inpkts_to_sync_pipe);
+        /* Only update once every 500ms so as not to overload slow displays.
+         * This also prevents too much context-switching between the dumpcap
+         * and wireshark processes.
+         */
+#define DUMPCAP_UPD_TIME 500
 
-        inpkts_to_sync_pipe = 0;
-      }
+#ifdef WIN32
+        cur_time = GetTickCount();
+        if ( (cur_time - upd_time) > DUMPCAP_UPD_TIME) {
+#else
+        gettimeofday(&cur_time, NULL);
+        if ((cur_time.tv_sec * 1000000 + cur_time.tv_usec) >
+            (upd_time.tv_sec * 1000000 + upd_time.tv_usec + DUMPCAP_UPD_TIME*1000)) {
+#endif
 
-      /* check capture duration condition */
-      if (cnd_autostop_duration != NULL && cnd_eval(cnd_autostop_duration)) {
-        /* The maximum capture time has elapsed; stop the capture. */
-        global_ld.go = FALSE;
-        continue;
-      }
-
-      /* check capture file duration condition */
-      if (cnd_file_duration != NULL && cnd_eval(cnd_file_duration)) {
-        /* duration limit reached, do we have another file? */
-        if (capture_opts->multi_files_on) {
-          if (cnd_autostop_files != NULL &&
-              cnd_eval(cnd_autostop_files, ++autostop_files)) {
-            /* no files left: stop here */
-            global_ld.go = FALSE;
-            continue;
-          }
+            upd_time = cur_time;
 
-          /* Switch to the next ringbuffer file */
-          if (ringbuf_switch_file(&global_ld.pdh, &capture_opts->save_file,
-                                  &save_file_fd, &global_ld.err)) {
-            gboolean successful;
+#if 0
+            if (pcap_stats(pch, stats) >= 0) {
+                *stats_known = TRUE;
+            }
+#endif
+            /* Let the parent process know. */
+            if (global_ld.inpkts_to_sync_pipe) {
+                /* do sync here */
+                libpcap_dump_flush(global_ld.pdh, NULL);
 
-            /* file switch succeeded: reset the conditions */
-            global_ld.bytes_written = 0;
-            if (capture_opts->use_pcapng) {
-              char appname[100];
+                /* Send our parent a message saying we've written out
+                   "global_ld.inpkts_to_sync_pipe" packets to the capture file. */
+                if (!quiet)
+                    report_packet_count(global_ld.inpkts_to_sync_pipe);
 
-              g_snprintf(appname, sizeof(appname), "Dumpcap " VERSION "%s", wireshark_svnversion);
-              successful = libpcap_write_session_header_block(global_ld.pdh, appname, &global_ld.bytes_written, &global_ld.err) &&
-                           libpcap_write_interface_description_block(global_ld.pdh, capture_opts->iface, capture_opts->cfilter, global_ld.linktype, global_ld.file_snaplen, &global_ld.bytes_written, &global_ld.err);
-            } else {
-              successful = libpcap_write_file_header(global_ld.pdh, global_ld.linktype, global_ld.file_snaplen,
-                                                     &global_ld.bytes_written, &global_ld.err);
+                global_ld.inpkts_to_sync_pipe = 0;
             }
-            if (!successful) {
-              fclose(global_ld.pdh);
-              global_ld.pdh = NULL;
-              global_ld.go = FALSE;
-              continue;
+
+            /* check capture duration condition */
+            if (cnd_autostop_duration != NULL && cnd_eval(cnd_autostop_duration)) {
+                /* The maximum capture time has elapsed; stop the capture. */
+                global_ld.go = FALSE;
+                continue;
             }
-            cnd_reset(cnd_file_duration);
-            if(cnd_autostop_size)
-              cnd_reset(cnd_autostop_size);
-            libpcap_dump_flush(global_ld.pdh, NULL);
-            report_packet_count(inpkts_to_sync_pipe);
-            inpkts_to_sync_pipe = 0;
-            report_new_capture_file(capture_opts->save_file);
-          } else {
-            /* File switch failed: stop here */
-            global_ld.go = FALSE;
-            continue;
-          }
+
+            /* check capture file duration condition */
+            if (cnd_file_duration != NULL && cnd_eval(cnd_file_duration)) {
+                /* duration limit reached, do we have another file? */
+                if (!do_file_switch_or_stop(capture_opts, cnd_autostop_files,
+                                            cnd_autostop_size, cnd_file_duration))
+                    continue;
+            } /* cnd_file_duration */
+        }
+
+    } /* while (global_ld.go) */
+
+    g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_INFO, "Capture loop stopping ...");
+
+    /* delete stop conditions */
+    if (cnd_file_duration != NULL)
+        cnd_delete(cnd_file_duration);
+    if (cnd_autostop_files != NULL)
+        cnd_delete(cnd_autostop_files);
+    if (cnd_autostop_size != NULL)
+        cnd_delete(cnd_autostop_size);
+    if (cnd_autostop_duration != NULL)
+        cnd_delete(cnd_autostop_duration);
+
+    /* did we had a pcap (input) error? */
+    if (global_ld.pcap_err) {
+        /* On Linux, if an interface goes down while you're capturing on it,
+           you'll get a "recvfrom: Network is down" or
+           "The interface went down" error (ENETDOWN).
+           (At least you will if strerror() doesn't show a local translation
+           of the error.)
+
+           On FreeBSD and OS X, if a network adapter disappears while
+           you're capturing on it, you'll get a "read: Device not configured"
+           error (ENXIO).  (See previous parenthetical note.)
+
+           On OpenBSD, you get "read: I/O error" (EIO) in the same case.
+
+           These should *not* be reported to the Wireshark developers. */
+        char *cap_err_str;
+
+        cap_err_str = pcap_geterr(global_ld.pcap_h);
+        if (strcmp(cap_err_str, "recvfrom: Network is down") == 0 ||
+            strcmp(cap_err_str, "The interface went down") == 0 ||
+            strcmp(cap_err_str, "read: Device not configured") == 0 ||
+            strcmp(cap_err_str, "read: I/O error") == 0 ||
+            strcmp(cap_err_str, "read error: PacketReceivePacket failed") == 0) {
+            report_capture_error("The network adapter on which the capture was being done "
+                                 "is no longer running; the capture has stopped.",
+                                 "");
         } else {
-          /* single file, stop now */
-          global_ld.go = FALSE;
-          continue;
-        }
-      } /* cnd_file_duration */
-    }
-
-  } /* while (global_ld.go) */
-
-  g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_INFO, "Capture loop stopping ...");
-
-  /* delete stop conditions */
-  if (cnd_file_duration != NULL)
-    cnd_delete(cnd_file_duration);
-  if (cnd_autostop_files != NULL)
-    cnd_delete(cnd_autostop_files);
-  if (cnd_autostop_size != NULL)
-    cnd_delete(cnd_autostop_size);
-  if (cnd_autostop_duration != NULL)
-    cnd_delete(cnd_autostop_duration);
-
-  /* did we had a pcap (input) error? */
-  if (global_ld.pcap_err) {
-    /* On Linux, if an interface goes down while you're capturing on it,
-       you'll get a "recvfrom: Network is down" error (ENETDOWN).
-       (At least you will if strerror() doesn't show a local translation
-       of the error.)
-
-       On FreeBSD and OS X, if a network adapter disappears while
-       you're capturing on it, you'll get a "read: Device not configured"
-       error (ENXIO).  (See previous parenthetical note.)
-
-       On OpenBSD, you get "read: I/O error" (EIO) in the same case.
-
-       These should *not* be reported to the Wireshark developers. */
-    char *cap_err_str;
-
-    cap_err_str = pcap_geterr(global_ld.pcap_h);
-    if (strcmp(cap_err_str, "recvfrom: Network is down") == 0 ||
-        strcmp(cap_err_str, "read: Device not configured") == 0 ||
-        strcmp(cap_err_str, "read: I/O error") == 0) {
-      report_capture_error("The network adapter on which the capture was being done "
-                           "is no longer running; the capture has stopped.",
-                           "");
-    } else {
-      g_snprintf(errmsg, sizeof(errmsg), "Error while capturing packets: %s",
-        cap_err_str);
-      report_capture_error(errmsg, please_report);
-    }
-  }
-  else if (global_ld.from_cap_pipe && global_ld.cap_pipe_err == PIPERR)
-    report_capture_error(errmsg, "");
-
-  /* did we had an error while capturing? */
-  if (global_ld.err == 0) {
-    write_ok = TRUE;
-  } else {
-    capture_loop_get_errmsg(errmsg, sizeof(errmsg), capture_opts->save_file,
-                            global_ld.err, FALSE);
-    report_capture_error(errmsg, please_report);
-    write_ok = FALSE;
-  }
-
-  if (capture_opts->saving_to_file) {
-    /* close the wiretap (output) file */
-    close_ok = capture_loop_close_output(capture_opts, &global_ld, &err_close);
-  } else
-    close_ok = TRUE;
-
-  /* there might be packets not yet notified to the parent */
-  /* (do this after closing the file, so all packets are already flushed) */
-  if(inpkts_to_sync_pipe) {
-    report_packet_count(inpkts_to_sync_pipe);
-    inpkts_to_sync_pipe = 0;
-  }
-
-  /* If we've displayed a message about a write error, there's no point
-     in displaying another message about an error on close. */
-  if (!close_ok && write_ok) {
-    capture_loop_get_errmsg(errmsg, sizeof(errmsg), capture_opts->save_file, err_close,
-               TRUE);
-    report_capture_error(errmsg, "");
-  }
-
-  /*
-   * XXX We exhibit different behaviour between normal mode and sync mode
-   * when the pipe is stdin and not already at EOF.  If we're a child, the
-   * parent's stdin isn't closed, so if the user starts another capture,
-   * cap_pipe_open_live() will very likely not see the expected magic bytes and
-   * will say "Unrecognized libpcap format".  On the other hand, in normal
-   * mode, cap_pipe_open_live() will say "End of file on pipe during open".
-   */
-
-  /* get packet drop statistics from pcap */
-  if(global_ld.pcap_h != NULL) {
-    g_assert(!global_ld.from_cap_pipe);
-    /* Get the capture statistics, so we know how many packets were
-       dropped. */
-    if (pcap_stats(global_ld.pcap_h, stats) >= 0) {
-      *stats_known = TRUE;
-      /* Let the parent process know. */
-      report_packet_drops(stats->ps_drop);
+            g_snprintf(errmsg, sizeof(errmsg), "Error while capturing packets: %s",
+                       cap_err_str);
+            report_capture_error(errmsg, please_report);
+        }
+    }
+    else if (global_ld.from_cap_pipe && global_ld.cap_pipe_err == PIPERR)
+        report_capture_error(errmsg, "");
+
+    /* did we have an output error while capturing? */
+    if (global_ld.err == 0) {
+        write_ok = TRUE;
     } else {
-      g_snprintf(errmsg, sizeof(errmsg),
-               "Can't get packet-drop statistics: %s",
-               pcap_geterr(global_ld.pcap_h));
-      report_capture_error(errmsg, please_report);
+        capture_loop_get_errmsg(errmsg, sizeof(errmsg), capture_opts->save_file,
+                                global_ld.err, FALSE);
+        report_capture_error(errmsg, please_report);
+        write_ok = FALSE;
+    }
+
+    if (capture_opts->saving_to_file) {
+        /* close the output file */
+        close_ok = capture_loop_close_output(capture_opts, &global_ld, &err_close);
+    } else
+        close_ok = TRUE;
+
+    /* there might be packets not yet notified to the parent */
+    /* (do this after closing the file, so all packets are already flushed) */
+    if(global_ld.inpkts_to_sync_pipe) {
+        if (!quiet)
+            report_packet_count(global_ld.inpkts_to_sync_pipe);
+        global_ld.inpkts_to_sync_pipe = 0;
+    }
+
+    /* If we've displayed a message about a write error, there's no point
+       in displaying another message about an error on close. */
+    if (!close_ok && write_ok) {
+        capture_loop_get_errmsg(errmsg, sizeof(errmsg), capture_opts->save_file, err_close,
+                                TRUE);
+        report_capture_error(errmsg, "");
+    }
+
+    /*
+     * XXX We exhibit different behaviour between normal mode and sync mode
+     * when the pipe is stdin and not already at EOF.  If we're a child, the
+     * parent's stdin isn't closed, so if the user starts another capture,
+     * cap_pipe_open_live() will very likely not see the expected magic bytes and
+     * will say "Unrecognized libpcap format".  On the other hand, in normal
+     * mode, cap_pipe_open_live() will say "End of file on pipe during open".
+     */
+
+    report_capture_count();  /* print final capture count only if (quiet && !capture_child) */
+
+    /* get packet drop statistics from pcap */
+    if(global_ld.pcap_h != NULL) {
+        g_assert(!global_ld.from_cap_pipe);
+        /* Get the capture statistics, so we know how many packets were
+           dropped. */
+        if (pcap_stats(global_ld.pcap_h, stats) >= 0) {
+            *stats_known = TRUE;
+            /* Let the parent process know. */
+            report_packet_drops(stats->ps_recv, stats->ps_drop, capture_opts->iface);
+        } else {
+            g_snprintf(errmsg, sizeof(errmsg),
+                       "Can't get packet-drop statistics: %s",
+                       pcap_geterr(global_ld.pcap_h));
+            report_capture_error(errmsg, please_report);
+        }
     }
-  }
 
-  /* close the input file (pcap or capture pipe) */
-  capture_loop_close_input(&global_ld);
+    /* close the input file (pcap or capture pipe) */
+    capture_loop_close_input(&global_ld);
 
-  g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_INFO, "Capture loop stopped!");
+    g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_INFO, "Capture loop stopped!");
 
-  /* ok, if the write and the close were successful. */
-  return write_ok && close_ok;
+    /* ok, if the write and the close were successful. */
+    return write_ok && close_ok;
 
 error:
-  if (capture_opts->multi_files_on) {
-    /* cleanup ringbuffer */
-    ringbuf_error_cleanup();
-  } else {
-    /* We can't use the save file, and we have no FILE * for the stream
-       to close in order to close it, so close the FD directly. */
-    if(save_file_fd != -1) {
-      ws_close(save_file_fd);
-    }
-
-    /* We couldn't even start the capture, so get rid of the capture
-       file. */
-    if(capture_opts->save_file != NULL) {
-      ws_unlink(capture_opts->save_file);
-      g_free(capture_opts->save_file);
+    if (capture_opts->multi_files_on) {
+        /* cleanup ringbuffer */
+        ringbuf_error_cleanup();
+    } else {
+        /* We can't use the save file, and we have no FILE * for the stream
+           to close in order to close it, so close the FD directly. */
+        if(global_ld.save_file_fd != -1) {
+            ws_close(global_ld.save_file_fd);
+        }
+
+        /* We couldn't even start the capture, so get rid of the capture
+           file. */
+        if(capture_opts->save_file != NULL) {
+            ws_unlink(capture_opts->save_file);
+            g_free(capture_opts->save_file);
+        }
     }
-  }
-  capture_opts->save_file = NULL;
-  if (cfilter_error)
-    report_cfilter_error(capture_opts->cfilter, errmsg);
-  else
-    report_capture_error(errmsg, secondary_errmsg);
+    capture_opts->save_file = NULL;
+    if (cfilter_error)
+        report_cfilter_error(capture_opts->cfilter, errmsg);
+    else
+        report_capture_error(errmsg, secondary_errmsg);
 
-  /* close the input file (pcap or cap_pipe) */
-  capture_loop_close_input(&global_ld);
+    /* close the input file (pcap or cap_pipe) */
+    capture_loop_close_input(&global_ld);
 
-  g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_INFO, "Capture loop stopped with error");
+    g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_INFO, "Capture loop stopped with error");
 
-  return FALSE;
+    return FALSE;
 }
 
 
 static void capture_loop_stop(void)
 {
 #ifdef HAVE_PCAP_BREAKLOOP
-  if(global_ld.pcap_h != NULL)
-    pcap_breakloop(global_ld.pcap_h);
+    if(global_ld.pcap_h != NULL)
+        pcap_breakloop(global_ld.pcap_h);
 #endif
-  global_ld.go = FALSE;
+    global_ld.go = FALSE;
 }
 
 
 static void
 capture_loop_get_errmsg(char *errmsg, int errmsglen, const char *fname,
-                         int err, gboolean is_close)
+                        int err, gboolean is_close)
 {
-  switch (err) {
+    switch (err) {
 
-  case ENOSPC:
-    g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsglen,
-               "Not all the packets could be written to the file"
-               " to which the capture was being saved\n"
-               "(\"%s\") because there is no space left on the file system\n"
-               "on which that file resides.",
-               fname);
-    break;
+    case ENOSPC:
+        g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsglen,
+                   "Not all the packets could be written to the file"
+                   " to which the capture was being saved\n"
+                   "(\"%s\") because there is no space left on the file system\n"
+                   "on which that file resides.",
+                   fname);
+        break;
 
 #ifdef EDQUOT
-  case EDQUOT:
-    g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsglen,
-               "Not all the packets could be written to the file"
-               " to which the capture was being saved\n"
-               "(\"%s\") because you are too close to, or over,"
-               " your disk quota\n"
-               "on the file system on which that file resides.",
-               fname);
-  break;
-#endif
-
-  case WTAP_ERR_CANT_CLOSE:
-    g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsglen,
-               "The file to which the capture was being saved"
-               " couldn't be closed for some unknown reason.");
-    break;
-
-  case WTAP_ERR_SHORT_WRITE:
-    g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsglen,
-               "Not all the packets could be written to the file"
-               " to which the capture was being saved\n"
-               "(\"%s\").",
-               fname);
-    break;
-
-  default:
-    if (is_close) {
-      g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsglen,
-               "The file to which the capture was being saved\n"
-               "(\"%s\") could not be closed: %s.",
-               fname, wtap_strerror(err));
-    } else {
-      g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsglen,
-               "An error occurred while writing to the file"
-               " to which the capture was being saved\n"
-               "(\"%s\"): %s.",
-               fname, wtap_strerror(err));
-    }
-    break;
-  }
+    case EDQUOT:
+        g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsglen,
+                   "Not all the packets could be written to the file"
+                   " to which the capture was being saved\n"
+                   "(\"%s\") because you are too close to, or over,"
+                   " your disk quota\n"
+                   "on the file system on which that file resides.",
+                   fname);
+        break;
+#endif
+
+    default:
+        if (is_close) {
+            g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsglen,
+                       "The file to which the capture was being saved\n"
+                       "(\"%s\") could not be closed: %s.",
+                       fname, strerror(err));
+        } else {
+            g_snprintf(errmsg, errmsglen,
+                       "An error occurred while writing to the file"
+                       " to which the capture was being saved\n"
+                       "(\"%s\"): %s.",
+                       fname, strerror(err));
+        }
+        break;
+    }
 }
 
 
 /* one packet was captured, process it */
 static void
 capture_loop_packet_cb(u_char *user, const struct pcap_pkthdr *phdr,
-  const u_char *pd)
+                       const u_char *pd)
 {
-  loop_data *ld = (loop_data *) (void *) user;
-  int err;
+    loop_data *ld = (loop_data *) (void *) user;
+    int err;
 
-  /* We may be called multiple times from pcap_dispatch(); if we've set
-     the "stop capturing" flag, ignore this packet, as we're not
-     supposed to be saving any more packets. */
-  if (!ld->go)
-    return;
+    /* We may be called multiple times from pcap_dispatch(); if we've set
+       the "stop capturing" flag, ignore this packet, as we're not
+       supposed to be saving any more packets. */
+    if (!ld->go)
+        return;
 
-  if (ld->pdh) {
-    gboolean successful;
-    /* We're supposed to write the packet to a file; do so.
-       If this fails, set "ld->go" to FALSE, to stop the capture, and set
-       "ld->err" to the error. */
-    if (global_capture_opts.use_pcapng) {
-      successful = libpcap_write_enhanced_packet_block(ld->pdh, phdr, 0, pd, &ld->bytes_written, &err);
-    } else {
-      successful = libpcap_write_packet(ld->pdh, phdr, pd, &ld->bytes_written, &err);
+    if (ld->pdh) {
+        gboolean successful;
+        /* We're supposed to write the packet to a file; do so.
+           If this fails, set "ld->go" to FALSE, to stop the capture, and set
+           "ld->err" to the error. */
+        if (global_capture_opts.use_pcapng) {
+            successful = libpcap_write_enhanced_packet_block(ld->pdh, phdr, 0, pd, &ld->bytes_written, &err);
+        } else {
+            successful = libpcap_write_packet(ld->pdh, phdr, pd, &ld->bytes_written, &err);
+        }
+        if (!successful) {
+            ld->go = FALSE;
+            ld->err = err;
+        } else {
+            ld->packet_count++;
+            /* if the user told us to stop after x packets, do we already have enough? */
+            if ((ld->packet_max > 0) && (ld->packet_count >= ld->packet_max))
+            {
+                ld->go = FALSE;
+            }
+        }
     }
-    if (!successful) {
-      ld->go = FALSE;
-      ld->err = err;
-    } else {
-      ld->packet_count++;
-      /* if the user told us to stop after x packets, do we already have enough? */
-      if ((ld->packet_max > 0) && (ld->packet_count >= ld->packet_max))
-      {
-        ld->go = FALSE;
-      }
-    }
-  }
 }
 
 
@@ -2653,536 +3313,708 @@ capture_loop_packet_cb(u_char *user, const struct pcap_pkthdr *phdr,
 int
 main(int argc, char *argv[])
 {
-  int                  opt;
-  gboolean             arg_error = FALSE;
+    int                  opt;
+    gboolean             arg_error = FALSE;
 
 #ifdef _WIN32
-  WSADATA              wsaData;
+    WSADATA              wsaData;
+    LPWSTR              *wc_argv;
+    int                  wc_argc;
 #else
-  struct sigaction action, oldaction;
-#endif
-
-  gboolean             start_capture = TRUE;
-  gboolean             stats_known;
-  struct pcap_stat     stats;
-  GLogLevelFlags       log_flags;
-  gboolean             list_interfaces = FALSE;
-  gboolean             list_link_layer_types = FALSE;
-  gboolean             machine_readable = FALSE;
-  gboolean             print_statistics = FALSE;
-  int                  status, run_once_args = 0;
-  gint                 i;
+    struct sigaction action, oldaction;
+#endif
+
+    gboolean             start_capture = TRUE;
+    gboolean             stats_known;
+    struct pcap_stat     stats;
+    GLogLevelFlags       log_flags;
+    gboolean             list_interfaces = FALSE;
+    gboolean             list_link_layer_types = FALSE;
+#ifdef HAVE_BPF_IMAGE
+    gboolean             print_bpf_code = FALSE;
+#endif
+    gboolean             machine_readable = FALSE;
+    gboolean             print_statistics = FALSE;
+    int                  status, run_once_args = 0;
+    gint                 i;
 #if defined(__APPLE__) && defined(__LP64__)
-  struct utsname       osinfo;
+    struct utsname       osinfo;
+#endif
+
+#ifdef _WIN32
+    /* Convert our arg list to UTF-8. */
+    wc_argv = CommandLineToArgvW(GetCommandLineW(), &wc_argc);
+    if (wc_argv && wc_argc == argc) {
+        for (i = 0; i < argc; i++) {
+            argv[i] = g_utf16_to_utf8(wc_argv[i], -1, NULL, NULL, NULL);
+        }
+    } /* XXX else bail because something is horribly, horribly wrong? */
+#endif /* _WIN32 */
+
+#ifdef _WIN32
+    /*
+     * Initialize our DLL search path. MUST be called before LoadLibrary
+     * or g_module_open.
+     */
+    ws_init_dll_search_path();
 #endif
 
 #ifdef HAVE_PCAP_REMOTE
-#define OPTSTRING_INIT "a:A:b:c:Df:hi:Lm:MnprSs:uvw:y:Z:"
+#define OPTSTRING_A "A:"
+#define OPTSTRING_r "r"
+#define OPTSTRING_u "u"
 #else
-#define OPTSTRING_INIT "a:b:c:Df:hi:LMnpSs:vw:y:Z:"
+#define OPTSTRING_A ""
+#define OPTSTRING_r ""
+#define OPTSTRING_u ""
 #endif
 
-#ifdef _WIN32
-#define OPTSTRING_WIN32 "B:"
+#ifdef HAVE_PCAP_SETSAMPLING
+#define OPTSTRING_m "m:"
 #else
-#define OPTSTRING_WIN32 ""
-#endif  /* _WIN32 */
+#define OPTSTRING_m ""
+#endif
+
+#if defined(_WIN32) || defined(HAVE_PCAP_CREATE)
+#define OPTSTRING_B "B:"
+#else
+#define OPTSTRING_B ""
+#endif  /* _WIN32 or HAVE_PCAP_CREATE */
+
+#ifdef HAVE_PCAP_CREATE
+#define OPTSTRING_I "I"
+#else
+#define OPTSTRING_I ""
+#endif
 
-  char optstring[sizeof(OPTSTRING_INIT) + sizeof(OPTSTRING_WIN32) - 1] =
-    OPTSTRING_INIT OPTSTRING_WIN32;
+#ifdef HAVE_BPF_IMAGE
+#define OPTSTRING_d "d"
+#else
+#define OPTSTRING_d ""
+#endif
+
+#define OPTSTRING "a:" OPTSTRING_A "b:" OPTSTRING_B "c:" OPTSTRING_d "Df:ghi:" OPTSTRING_I "L" OPTSTRING_m "Mnpq" OPTSTRING_r "Ss:" OPTSTRING_u "vw:y:Z:"
 
 #ifdef DEBUG_CHILD_DUMPCAP
-  if ((debug_log = ws_fopen("dumpcap_debug_log.tmp","w")) == NULL) {
-          fprintf (stderr, "Unable to open debug log file !\n");
-          exit (1);
-  }
+    if ((debug_log = ws_fopen("dumpcap_debug_log.tmp","w")) == NULL) {
+        fprintf (stderr, "Unable to open debug log file !\n");
+        exit (1);
+    }
 #endif
 
 #if defined(__APPLE__) && defined(__LP64__)
-  /*
-   * Is this Mac OS X 10.6.x, other than 10.6.2?  If so, we need a bug
-   * workaround - timeouts less than 1 second don't work with libpcap
-   * in 64-bit code.  (The bug was introduced in 10.6, fixed in 10.6.2,
-   * and re-introduced in 10.6.3.  We don't know whether it'll be fixed
-   * again in a later 10.6.x release; we'll assume that it'll be fixed
-   * in any future major releases.)
-   */
-  if (uname(&osinfo) == 0) {
     /*
-     * Mac OS X 10.x uses Darwin {x+4}.0.0.  Mac OS X 10.x.y uses Darwin
-     * {x+4}.y.0 (except that 10.6.1 appears to have a uname version
-     * number of 10.0.0, not 10.1.0 - go figure).
+     * Is this Mac OS X 10.6.0, 10.6.1, 10.6.3, or 10.6.4?  If so, we need
+     * a bug workaround - timeouts less than 1 second don't work with libpcap
+     * in 64-bit code.  (The bug was introduced in 10.6, fixed in 10.6.2,
+     * re-introduced in 10.6.3, not fixed in 10.6.4, and fixed in 10.6.5.
+     * The problem is extremely unlikely to be reintroduced in a future
+     * release.)
+     */
+    if (uname(&osinfo) == 0) {
+        /*
+         * Mac OS X 10.x uses Darwin {x+4}.0.0.  Mac OS X 10.x.y uses Darwin
+         * {x+4}.y.0 (except that 10.6.1 appears to have a uname version
+         * number of 10.0.0, not 10.1.0 - go figure).
+         */
+        if (strcmp(osinfo.release, "10.0.0") == 0 ||    /* 10.6, 10.6.1 */
+            strcmp(osinfo.release, "10.3.0") == 0 ||    /* 10.6.3 */
+            strcmp(osinfo.release, "10.4.0") == 0)              /* 10.6.4 */
+            need_timeout_workaround = TRUE;
+    }
+#endif
+
+    /*
+     * Determine if dumpcap is being requested to run in a special
+     * capture_child mode by going thru the command line args to see if
+     * a -Z is present. (-Z is a hidden option).
+     *
+     * The primary result of running in capture_child mode is that
+     * all messages sent out on stderr are in a special type/len/string
+     * format to allow message processing by type.  These messages include
+     * error messages if dumpcap fails to start the operation it was
+     * requested to do, as well as various "status" messages which are sent
+     * when an actual capture is in progress, and a "success" message sent
+     * if dumpcap was requested to perform an operation other than a
+     * capture.
+     *
+     * Capture_child mode would normally be requested by a parent process
+     * which invokes dumpcap and obtains dumpcap stderr output via a pipe
+     * to which dumpcap stderr has been redirected.  It might also have
+     * another pipe to obtain dumpcap stdout output; for operations other
+     * than a capture, that information is formatted specially for easier
+     * parsing by the parent process.
+     *
+     * Capture_child mode needs to be determined immediately upon
+     * startup so that any messages generated by dumpcap in this mode
+     * (eg: during initialization) will be formatted properly.
      */
-    if (strncmp(osinfo.release, "10.", 3) == 0) {
-      /*
-       * OK, it's Snow Leopard - which version?
-       */
-      if (strcmp(osinfo.release, "10.2.0") != 0) {
-        /* Not 10.6.2. */
-        need_timeout_workaround = TRUE;
-      }
-    }
-  }
-#endif
-
-  /* Determine if dumpcap is being requested to run in a special       */
-  /* capture_child mode by going thru the command line args to see if  */
-  /* a -Z is present. (-Z is a hidden option).                         */
-  /* The primary result of running in capture_child mode is that       */
-  /* all messages sent out on stderr are in a special type/len/string  */
-  /* format to allow message processing by type.                       */
-  /* These messages include various 'status' messages which are sent   */
-  /* when an actual capture is in progress. Capture_child mode         */
-  /* would normally be requested by a parent process which invokes     */
-  /* dumpcap and obtains dumpcap stderr output via a pipe to which     */
-  /* dumpcap stderr has been redirected.                               */
-  /* Capture_child mode needs to be determined immediately upon        */
-  /* startup so that any messages generated by dumpcap in this mode    */
-  /* (eg: during initialization) will be formatted properly.           */
-
-  for (i=1; i<argc; i++) {
-    if (strcmp("-Z", argv[i]) == 0) {
-      capture_child = TRUE;
+
+    for (i=1; i<argc; i++) {
+        if (strcmp("-Z", argv[i]) == 0) {
+            capture_child = TRUE;
+            machine_readable = TRUE;  /* request machine-readable output */
 #ifdef _WIN32
-      /* set output pipe to binary mode, to avoid ugly text conversions */
-      _setmode(2, O_BINARY);
-#endif
-    }
-  }
-
-  /* The default_log_handler will use stdout, which makes trouble in   */
-  /* capture child mode, as it uses stdout for it's sync_pipe.         */
-  /* So: the filtering is done in the console_log_handler and not here.*/
-  /* We set the log handlers right up front to make sure that any log  */
-  /* messages when running as child will be sent back to the parent    */
-  /* with the correct format.                                          */
-
-  log_flags =
-                    G_LOG_LEVEL_ERROR|
-                    G_LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL|
-                    G_LOG_LEVEL_WARNING|
-                    G_LOG_LEVEL_MESSAGE|
-                    G_LOG_LEVEL_INFO|
-                    G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG|
-                    G_LOG_FLAG_FATAL|G_LOG_FLAG_RECURSION;
-
-  g_log_set_handler(NULL,
-                    log_flags,
-                    console_log_handler, NULL /* user_data */);
-  g_log_set_handler(LOG_DOMAIN_MAIN,
-                    log_flags,
-                    console_log_handler, NULL /* user_data */);
-  g_log_set_handler(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE,
-                    log_flags,
-                    console_log_handler, NULL /* user_data */);
-  g_log_set_handler(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD,
-                    log_flags,
-                    console_log_handler, NULL /* user_data */);
+            /* set output pipe to binary mode, to avoid ugly text conversions */
+            _setmode(2, O_BINARY);
+#endif
+        }
+    }
 
+    /* The default_log_handler will use stdout, which makes trouble in   */
+    /* capture child mode, as it uses stdout for it's sync_pipe.         */
+    /* So: the filtering is done in the console_log_handler and not here.*/
+    /* We set the log handlers right up front to make sure that any log  */
+    /* messages when running as child will be sent back to the parent    */
+    /* with the correct format.                                          */
+
+    log_flags =
+        G_LOG_LEVEL_ERROR|
+        G_LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL|
+        G_LOG_LEVEL_WARNING|
+        G_LOG_LEVEL_MESSAGE|
+        G_LOG_LEVEL_INFO|
+        G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG|
+        G_LOG_FLAG_FATAL|G_LOG_FLAG_RECURSION;
+
+    g_log_set_handler(NULL,
+                      log_flags,
+                      console_log_handler, NULL /* user_data */);
+    g_log_set_handler(LOG_DOMAIN_MAIN,
+                      log_flags,
+                      console_log_handler, NULL /* user_data */);
+    g_log_set_handler(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE,
+                      log_flags,
+                      console_log_handler, NULL /* user_data */);
+    g_log_set_handler(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD,
+                      log_flags,
+                      console_log_handler, NULL /* user_data */);
+
+    /* Initialize the thread system */
+    if (!g_thread_supported())
+        g_thread_init(NULL);
 #ifdef _WIN32
-  /* Load wpcap if possible. Do this before collecting the run-time version information */
-  load_wpcap();
+    /* Load wpcap if possible. Do this before collecting the run-time version information */
+    load_wpcap();
 
-  /* ... and also load the packet.dll from wpcap */
-  /* XXX - currently not required, may change later. */
-  /*wpcap_packet_load();*/
+    /* ... and also load the packet.dll from wpcap */
+    /* XXX - currently not required, may change later. */
+    /*wpcap_packet_load();*/
 
-  /* Start windows sockets */
-  WSAStartup( MAKEWORD( 1, 1 ), &wsaData );
+    /* Start windows sockets */
+    WSAStartup( MAKEWORD( 1, 1 ), &wsaData );
 
-  /* Set handler for Ctrl+C key */
-  SetConsoleCtrlHandler(capture_cleanup_handler, TRUE);
+    /* Set handler for Ctrl+C key */
+    SetConsoleCtrlHandler(capture_cleanup_handler, TRUE);
 
-  /* Prepare to read from a pipe */
-  if (!g_thread_supported ())
-    g_thread_init (NULL);
-  cap_pipe_pending_q = g_async_queue_new();
-  cap_pipe_done_q = g_async_queue_new();
-  cap_pipe_read_mtx = g_mutex_new();
+    /* Prepare to read from a pipe */
+    cap_pipe_pending_q = g_async_queue_new();
+    cap_pipe_done_q = g_async_queue_new();
+    cap_pipe_read_mtx = g_mutex_new();
 
 #else
-  /* Catch SIGINT and SIGTERM and, if we get either of them, clean up
-     and exit. */
-  action.sa_handler = capture_cleanup_handler;
-  /*
-   * Arrange that system calls not get restarted, because when
-   * our signal handler returns we don't want to restart
-   * a call that was waiting for packets to arrive.
-   */
-  action.sa_flags = 0;
-  sigemptyset(&action.sa_mask);
-  sigaction(SIGTERM, &action, NULL);
-  sigaction(SIGINT, &action, NULL);
-  sigaction(SIGPIPE, &action, NULL);
-  sigaction(SIGHUP, NULL, &oldaction);
-  if (oldaction.sa_handler == SIG_DFL)
-    sigaction(SIGHUP, &action, NULL);
+    /* Catch SIGINT and SIGTERM and, if we get either of them, clean up
+       and exit. */
+    action.sa_handler = capture_cleanup_handler;
+    /*
+     * Arrange that system calls not get restarted, because when
+     * our signal handler returns we don't want to restart
+     * a call that was waiting for packets to arrive.
+     */
+    action.sa_flags = 0;
+    sigemptyset(&action.sa_mask);
+    sigaction(SIGTERM, &action, NULL);
+    sigaction(SIGINT, &action, NULL);
+    sigaction(SIGPIPE, &action, NULL);
+    sigaction(SIGHUP, NULL, &oldaction);
+    if (oldaction.sa_handler == SIG_DFL)
+        sigaction(SIGHUP, &action, NULL);
+
+#ifdef SIGINFO
+    /* Catch SIGINFO and, if we get it and we're capturing in
+       quiet mode, report the number of packets we've captured. */
+    action.sa_handler = report_counts_siginfo;
+    action.sa_flags = SA_RESTART;
+    sigemptyset(&action.sa_mask);
+    sigaction(SIGINFO, &action, NULL);
+#endif /* SIGINFO */
 #endif  /* _WIN32 */
 
-  /* ----------------------------------------------------------------- */
-  /* Privilege and capability handling                                 */
-  /* Cases:                                                            */
-  /* 1. Running not as root or suid root; no special capabilities.     */
-  /*    Action: none                                                   */
-  /*                                                                   */
-  /* 2. Running logged in as root (euid=0; ruid=0); Not using libcap.  */
-  /*    Action: none                                                   */
-  /*                                                                   */
-  /* 3. Running logged in as root (euid=0; ruid=0). Using libcap.      */
-  /*    Action:                                                        */
-  /*      - Near start of program: Enable NET_RAW and NET_ADMIN        */
-  /*        capabilities; Drop all other capabilities;                 */
-  /*      - If not -w  (ie: doing -S or -D, etc) run to completion;    */
-  /*        else: after  pcap_open_live() in capture_loop_open_input() */
-  /*         drop all capabilities (NET_RAW and NET_ADMIN);            */
-  /*         (Note: this means that the process, although logged in    */
-  /*          as root, does not have various permissions such as the   */
-  /*          ability to bypass file access permissions).              */
-  /*      XXX: Should we just leave capabilities alone in this case    */
-  /*          so that user gets expected effect that root can do       */
-  /*          anything ??                                              */
-  /*                                                                   */
-  /* 4. Running as suid root (euid=0, ruid=n); Not using libcap.       */
-  /*    Action:                                                        */
-  /*      - If not -w  (ie: doing -S or -D, etc) run to completion;    */
-  /*        else: after  pcap_open_live() in capture_loop_open_input() */
-  /*         drop suid root (set euid=ruid).(ie: keep suid until after */
-  /*         pcap_open_live).                                          */
-  /*                                                                   */
-  /* 5. Running as suid root (euid=0, ruid=n); Using libcap.           */
-  /*    Action:                                                        */
-  /*      - Near start of program: Enable NET_RAW and NET_ADMIN        */
-  /*        capabilities; Drop all other capabilities;                 */
-  /*        Drop suid privileges (euid=ruid);                          */
-  /*      - If not -w  (ie: doing -S or -D, etc) run to completion;    */
-  /*        else: after  pcap_open_live() in capture_loop_open_input() */
-  /*         drop all capabilities (NET_RAW and NET_ADMIN).            */
-  /*                                                                   */
-  /*      XXX: For some Linux versions/distros with capabilities       */
-  /*        a 'normal' process with any capabilities cannot be         */
-  /*        'killed' (signaled) from another (same uid) non-privileged */
-  /*        process.                                                   */
-  /*        For example: If (non-suid) Wireshark forks a               */
-  /*        child suid dumpcap which acts as described here (case 5),  */
-  /*        Wireshark will be unable to kill (signal) the child        */
-  /*        dumpcap process until the capabilities have been dropped   */
-  /*        (after pcap_open_live()).                                  */
-  /*        This behaviour will apparently be changed in the kernel    */
-  /*        to allow the kill (signal) in this case.                   */
-  /*        See the following for details:                             */
-  /*           http://www.mail-archive.com/  [wrapped]                 */
-  /*             linux-security-module@vger.kernel.org/msg02913.html   */
-  /*                                                                   */
-  /*        It is therefore conceivable that if dumpcap somehow hangs  */
-  /*        in pcap_open_live or before that wireshark will not        */
-  /*        be able to stop dumpcap using a signal (INT, TERM, etc).  */
-  /*        In this case, exiting wireshark will kill the child        */
-  /*        dumpcap process.                                           */
-  /*                                                                   */
-  /* 6. Not root or suid root; Running with NET_RAW & NET_ADMIN        */
-  /*     capabilities; Using libcap.  Note: capset cmd (which see)     */
-  /*     used to assign capabilities to file.                          */
-  /*    Action:                                                        */
-  /*      - If not -w  (ie: doing -S or -D, etc) run to completion;    */
-  /*        else: after  pcap_open_live() in capture_loop_open_input() */
-  /*         drop all capabilities (NET_RAW and NET_ADMIN)             */
-  /*                                                                   */
-  /* ToDo: -S (stats) should drop privileges/capabilities when no      */
-  /*       longer required (similar to capture).                        */
-  /*                                                                   */
-  /* ----------------------------------------------------------------- */
-
-  get_credential_info();
+    /* ----------------------------------------------------------------- */
+    /* Privilege and capability handling                                 */
+    /* Cases:                                                            */
+    /* 1. Running not as root or suid root; no special capabilities.     */
+    /*    Action: none                                                   */
+    /*                                                                   */
+    /* 2. Running logged in as root (euid=0; ruid=0); Not using libcap.  */
+    /*    Action: none                                                   */
+    /*                                                                   */
+    /* 3. Running logged in as root (euid=0; ruid=0). Using libcap.      */
+    /*    Action:                                                        */
+    /*      - Near start of program: Enable NET_RAW and NET_ADMIN        */
+    /*        capabilities; Drop all other capabilities;                 */
+    /*      - If not -w  (ie: doing -S or -D, etc) run to completion;    */
+    /*        else: after  pcap_open_live() in capture_loop_open_input() */
+    /*         drop all capabilities (NET_RAW and NET_ADMIN);            */
+    /*         (Note: this means that the process, although logged in    */
+    /*          as root, does not have various permissions such as the   */
+    /*          ability to bypass file access permissions).              */
+    /*      XXX: Should we just leave capabilities alone in this case    */
+    /*          so that user gets expected effect that root can do       */
+    /*          anything ??                                              */
+    /*                                                                   */
+    /* 4. Running as suid root (euid=0, ruid=n); Not using libcap.       */
+    /*    Action:                                                        */
+    /*      - If not -w  (ie: doing -S or -D, etc) run to completion;    */
+    /*        else: after  pcap_open_live() in capture_loop_open_input() */
+    /*         drop suid root (set euid=ruid).(ie: keep suid until after */
+    /*         pcap_open_live).                                          */
+    /*                                                                   */
+    /* 5. Running as suid root (euid=0, ruid=n); Using libcap.           */
+    /*    Action:                                                        */
+    /*      - Near start of program: Enable NET_RAW and NET_ADMIN        */
+    /*        capabilities; Drop all other capabilities;                 */
+    /*        Drop suid privileges (euid=ruid);                          */
+    /*      - If not -w  (ie: doing -S or -D, etc) run to completion;    */
+    /*        else: after  pcap_open_live() in capture_loop_open_input() */
+    /*         drop all capabilities (NET_RAW and NET_ADMIN).            */
+    /*                                                                   */
+    /*      XXX: For some Linux versions/distros with capabilities       */
+    /*        a 'normal' process with any capabilities cannot be         */
+    /*        'killed' (signaled) from another (same uid) non-privileged */
+    /*        process.                                                   */
+    /*        For example: If (non-suid) Wireshark forks a               */
+    /*        child suid dumpcap which acts as described here (case 5),  */
+    /*        Wireshark will be unable to kill (signal) the child        */
+    /*        dumpcap process until the capabilities have been dropped   */
+    /*        (after pcap_open_live()).                                  */
+    /*        This behaviour will apparently be changed in the kernel    */
+    /*        to allow the kill (signal) in this case.                   */
+    /*        See the following for details:                             */
+    /*           http://www.mail-archive.com/  [wrapped]                 */
+    /*             linux-security-module@vger.kernel.org/msg02913.html   */
+    /*                                                                   */
+    /*        It is therefore conceivable that if dumpcap somehow hangs  */
+    /*        in pcap_open_live or before that wireshark will not        */
+    /*        be able to stop dumpcap using a signal (INT, TERM, etc).   */
+    /*        In this case, exiting wireshark will kill the child        */
+    /*        dumpcap process.                                           */
+    /*                                                                   */
+    /* 6. Not root or suid root; Running with NET_RAW & NET_ADMIN        */
+    /*     capabilities; Using libcap.  Note: capset cmd (which see)     */
+    /*     used to assign capabilities to file.                          */
+    /*    Action:                                                        */
+    /*      - If not -w  (ie: doing -S or -D, etc) run to completion;    */
+    /*        else: after  pcap_open_live() in capture_loop_open_input() */
+    /*         drop all capabilities (NET_RAW and NET_ADMIN)             */
+    /*                                                                   */
+    /* ToDo: -S (stats) should drop privileges/capabilities when no      */
+    /*       longer required (similar to capture).                       */
+    /*                                                                   */
+    /* ----------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+    init_process_policies();
 
 #ifdef HAVE_LIBCAP
-  /* If 'started with special privileges' (and using libcap)  */
-  /*   Set to keep only NET_RAW and NET_ADMIN capabilities;   */
-  /*   Set euid/egid = ruid/rgid to remove suid privileges    */
-  relinquish_privs_except_capture();
+    /* If 'started with special privileges' (and using libcap)  */
+    /*   Set to keep only NET_RAW and NET_ADMIN capabilities;   */
+    /*   Set euid/egid = ruid/rgid to remove suid privileges    */
+    relinquish_privs_except_capture();
 #endif
 
-  /* Set the initial values in the capture options. This might be overwritten
-     by the command line parameters. */
-  capture_opts_init(&global_capture_opts, NULL);
+    /* Set the initial values in the capture options. This might be overwritten
+       by the command line parameters. */
+    capture_opts_init(&global_capture_opts, NULL);
 
-  /* Default to capturing the entire packet. */
-  global_capture_opts.snaplen             = WTAP_MAX_PACKET_SIZE;
+    /* Default to capturing the entire packet. */
+    global_capture_opts.snaplen             = WTAP_MAX_PACKET_SIZE;
 
-  /* We always save to a file - if no file was specified, we save to a
-     temporary file. */
-  global_capture_opts.saving_to_file      = TRUE;
-  global_capture_opts.has_ring_num_files  = TRUE;
+    /* We always save to a file - if no file was specified, we save to a
+       temporary file. */
+    global_capture_opts.saving_to_file      = TRUE;
+    global_capture_opts.has_ring_num_files  = TRUE;
 
-  /* Now get our args */
-  while ((opt = getopt(argc, argv, optstring)) != -1) {
-    switch (opt) {
-      case 'h':        /* Print help and exit */
-        print_usage(TRUE);
-        exit_main(0);
-        break;
-      case 'v':        /* Show version and exit */
-      {
-        GString             *comp_info_str;
-        GString             *runtime_info_str;
-        /* Assemble the compile-time version information string */
-        comp_info_str = g_string_new("Compiled ");
-        get_compiled_version_info(comp_info_str, NULL);
-
-        /* Assemble the run-time version information string */
-        runtime_info_str = g_string_new("Running ");
-        get_runtime_version_info(runtime_info_str, NULL);
-        show_version(comp_info_str, runtime_info_str);
-        g_string_free(comp_info_str, TRUE);
-        g_string_free(runtime_info_str, TRUE);
-        exit_main(0);
-        break;
-      }
-      /*** capture option specific ***/
-      case 'a':        /* autostop criteria */
-      case 'b':        /* Ringbuffer option */
-      case 'c':        /* Capture x packets */
-      case 'f':        /* capture filter */
-      case 'i':        /* Use interface x */
-      case 'n':        /* Use pcapng format */
-      case 'p':        /* Don't capture in promiscuous mode */
-      case 's':        /* Set the snapshot (capture) length */
-      case 'w':        /* Write to capture file x */
-      case 'y':        /* Set the pcap data link type */
+    /* Now get our args */
+    while ((opt = getopt(argc, argv, OPTSTRING)) != -1) {
+        switch (opt) {
+        case 'h':        /* Print help and exit */
+            print_usage(TRUE);
+            exit_main(0);
+            break;
+        case 'v':        /* Show version and exit */
+        {
+            GString             *comp_info_str;
+            GString             *runtime_info_str;
+            /* Assemble the compile-time version information string */
+            comp_info_str = g_string_new("Compiled ");
+            get_compiled_version_info(comp_info_str, NULL, NULL);
+
+            /* Assemble the run-time version information string */
+            runtime_info_str = g_string_new("Running ");
+            get_runtime_version_info(runtime_info_str, NULL);
+            show_version(comp_info_str, runtime_info_str);
+            g_string_free(comp_info_str, TRUE);
+            g_string_free(runtime_info_str, TRUE);
+            exit_main(0);
+            break;
+        }
+        /*** capture option specific ***/
+        case 'a':        /* autostop criteria */
+        case 'b':        /* Ringbuffer option */
+        case 'c':        /* Capture x packets */
+        case 'f':        /* capture filter */
+        case 'i':        /* Use interface x */
+        case 'n':        /* Use pcapng format */
+        case 'p':        /* Don't capture in promiscuous mode */
+        case 's':        /* Set the snapshot (capture) length */
+        case 'w':        /* Write to capture file x */
+        case 'g':        /* enable group read accesson file(s) */
+        case 'y':        /* Set the pcap data link type */
 #ifdef HAVE_PCAP_REMOTE
-      case 'u':        /* Use UDP for data transfer */
-      case 'r':        /* Capture own RPCAP traffic too */
-      case 'A':        /* Authentication */
+        case 'u':        /* Use UDP for data transfer */
+        case 'r':        /* Capture own RPCAP traffic too */
+        case 'A':        /* Authentication */
 #endif
 #ifdef HAVE_PCAP_SETSAMPLING
-      case 'm':        /* Sampling */
+        case 'm':        /* Sampling */
 #endif
+#if defined(_WIN32) || defined(HAVE_PCAP_CREATE)
+        case 'B':        /* Buffer size */
+#endif /* _WIN32 or HAVE_PCAP_CREATE */
+#ifdef HAVE_PCAP_CREATE
+        case 'I':        /* Monitor mode */
+#endif
+            status = capture_opts_add_opt(&global_capture_opts, opt, optarg, &start_capture);
+            if(status != 0) {
+                exit_main(status);
+            }
+            break;
+            /*** hidden option: Wireshark child mode (using binary output messages) ***/
+        case 'Z':
+            capture_child = TRUE;
 #ifdef _WIN32
-      case 'B':        /* Buffer size */
-#endif /* _WIN32 */
-        status = capture_opts_add_opt(&global_capture_opts, opt, optarg, &start_capture);
-        if(status != 0) {
-          exit_main(status);
+            /* set output pipe to binary mode, to avoid ugly text conversions */
+            _setmode(2, O_BINARY);
+            /*
+             * optarg = the control ID, aka the PPID, currently used for the
+             * signal pipe name.
+             */
+            if (strcmp(optarg, SIGNAL_PIPE_CTRL_ID_NONE) != 0) {
+                sig_pipe_name = g_strdup_printf(SIGNAL_PIPE_FORMAT, optarg);
+                sig_pipe_handle = CreateFile(utf_8to16(sig_pipe_name),
+                                             GENERIC_READ, 0, NULL, OPEN_EXISTING, 0, NULL);
+
+                if (sig_pipe_handle == INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE) {
+                    g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_INFO,
+                          "Signal pipe: Unable to open %s.  Dead parent?",
+                          sig_pipe_name);
+                    exit_main(1);
+                }
+            }
+#endif
+            break;
+
+        case 'q':        /* Quiet */
+            quiet = TRUE;
+            break;
+
+            /*** all non capture option specific ***/
+        case 'D':        /* Print a list of capture devices and exit */
+            list_interfaces = TRUE;
+            run_once_args++;
+            break;
+        case 'L':        /* Print list of link-layer types and exit */
+            list_link_layer_types = TRUE;
+            run_once_args++;
+            break;
+#ifdef HAVE_BPF_IMAGE
+        case 'd':        /* Print BPF code for capture filter and exit */
+            print_bpf_code = TRUE;
+            run_once_args++;
+            break;
+#endif
+        case 'S':        /* Print interface statistics once a second */
+            print_statistics = TRUE;
+            run_once_args++;
+            break;
+        case 'M':        /* For -D, -L, and -S, print machine-readable output */
+            machine_readable = TRUE;
+            break;
+        default:
+        case '?':        /* Bad flag - print usage message */
+            cmdarg_err("Invalid Option: %s", argv[optind-1]);
+            arg_error = TRUE;
+            break;
         }
-        break;
-      /*** hidden option: Wireshark child mode (using binary output messages) ***/
-      case 'Z':
-        capture_child = TRUE;
-#ifdef _WIN32
-        /* set output pipe to binary mode, to avoid ugly text conversions */
-       _setmode(2, O_BINARY);
+    }
+    argc -= optind;
+    argv += optind;
+    if (argc >= 1) {
+        /* user specified file name as regular command-line argument */
+        /* XXX - use it as the capture file name (or something else)? */
+        argc--;
+        argv++;
+    }
+
+    if (argc != 0) {
         /*
-         * optarg = the control ID, aka the PPID, currently used for the
-         * signal pipe name.
+         * Extra command line arguments were specified; complain.
+         * XXX - interpret as capture filter, as tcpdump and tshark do?
          */
-        if (strcmp(optarg, SIGNAL_PIPE_CTRL_ID_NONE) != 0) {
-          sig_pipe_name = g_strdup_printf(SIGNAL_PIPE_FORMAT, optarg);
-          sig_pipe_handle = CreateFile(utf_8to16(sig_pipe_name),
-              GENERIC_READ, 0, NULL, OPEN_EXISTING, 0, NULL);
-
-          if (sig_pipe_handle == INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE) {
-            g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_INFO,
-                  "Signal pipe: Unable to open %s.  Dead parent?",
-                  sig_pipe_name);
+        cmdarg_err("Invalid argument: %s", argv[0]);
+        arg_error = TRUE;
+    }
+
+    if (arg_error) {
+        print_usage(FALSE);
+        exit_main(1);
+    }
+
+    if (run_once_args > 1) {
+        cmdarg_err("Only one of -D, -L, or -S may be supplied.");
+        exit_main(1);
+    } else if (run_once_args == 1) {
+        /* We're supposed to print some information, rather than
+           to capture traffic; did they specify a ring buffer option? */
+        if (global_capture_opts.multi_files_on) {
+            cmdarg_err("Ring buffer requested, but a capture isn't being done.");
             exit_main(1);
-          }
         }
+    } else {
+        /* We're supposed to capture traffic; was the ring buffer option
+           specified and, if so, does it make sense? */
+        if (global_capture_opts.multi_files_on) {
+            /* Ring buffer works only under certain conditions:
+               a) ring buffer does not work with temporary files;
+               b) it makes no sense to enable the ring buffer if the maximum
+               file size is set to "infinite". */
+            if (global_capture_opts.save_file == NULL) {
+                cmdarg_err("Ring buffer requested, but capture isn't being saved to a permanent file.");
+                global_capture_opts.multi_files_on = FALSE;
+            }
+            if (!global_capture_opts.has_autostop_filesize && !global_capture_opts.has_file_duration) {
+                cmdarg_err("Ring buffer requested, but no maximum capture file size or duration were specified.");
+#if 0
+                /* XXX - this must be redesigned as the conditions changed */
+                global_capture_opts.multi_files_on = FALSE;
 #endif
-        break;
+            }
+        }
+    }
 
-      /*** all non capture option specific ***/
-      case 'D':        /* Print a list of capture devices and exit */
-        list_interfaces = TRUE;
-        run_once_args++;
-        break;
-      case 'L':        /* Print list of link-layer types and exit */
-        list_link_layer_types = TRUE;
-        run_once_args++;
-        break;
-      case 'S':        /* Print interface statistics once a second */
-        print_statistics = TRUE;
-        run_once_args++;
-        break;
-      case 'M':        /* For -D and -L, print machine-readable output */
-        machine_readable = TRUE;
-        break;
-      default:
-      case '?':        /* Bad flag - print usage message */
-        cmdarg_err("Invalid Option: %s", argv[optind-1]);
-        arg_error = TRUE;
-        break;
+    /*
+     * "-D" requires no interface to be selected; it's supposed to list
+     * all interfaces.
+     */
+    if (list_interfaces) {
+        /* Get the list of interfaces */
+        GList       *if_list;
+        int         err;
+        gchar       *err_str;
+
+        if_list = capture_interface_list(&err, &err_str);
+        if (if_list == NULL) {
+            switch (err) {
+            case CANT_GET_INTERFACE_LIST:
+                cmdarg_err("%s", err_str);
+                g_free(err_str);
+                exit_main(2);
+                break;
+
+            case NO_INTERFACES_FOUND:
+                /*
+                 * If we're being run by another program, just give them
+                 * an empty list of interfaces, don't report this as
+                 * an error; that lets them decide whether to report
+                 * this as an error or not.
+                 */
+                if (!machine_readable) {
+                    cmdarg_err("There are no interfaces on which a capture can be done");
+                    exit_main(2);
+                }
+                break;
+            }
+        }
+
+        if (machine_readable)      /* tab-separated values to stdout */
+            print_machine_readable_interfaces(if_list);
+        else
+            capture_opts_print_interfaces(if_list);
+        free_interface_list(if_list);
+        exit_main(0);
     }
-  }
-  argc -= optind;
-  argv += optind;
-  if (argc >= 1) {
-    /* user specified file name as regular command-line argument */
-    /* XXX - use it as the capture file name (or something else)? */
-    argc--;
-    argv++;
-  }
-
-  if (argc != 0) {
+
+    /*
+     * "-S" requires no interface to be selected; it gives statistics
+     * for all interfaces.
+     */
+    if (print_statistics) {
+        status = print_statistics_loop(machine_readable);
+        exit_main(status);
+    }
+
     /*
-     * Extra command line arguments were specified; complain.
-     * XXX - interpret as capture filter, as tcpdump and tshark do?
+     * "-L", "-d", and capturing act on a particular interface, so we have to
+     * have an interface; if none was specified, pick a default.
      */
-    cmdarg_err("Invalid argument: %s", argv[0]);
-    arg_error = TRUE;
-  }
-
-  if (arg_error) {
-    print_usage(FALSE);
-    exit_main(1);
-  }
-
-  if (run_once_args > 1) {
-    cmdarg_err("Only one of -D, -L, or -S may be supplied.");
-    exit_main(1);
-  } else if (list_link_layer_types) {
-    /* We're supposed to list the link-layer types for an interface;
-       did the user also specify a capture file to be read? */
-    /* No - did they specify a ring buffer option? */
-    if (global_capture_opts.multi_files_on) {
-      cmdarg_err("Ring buffer requested, but a capture isn't being done.");
-      exit_main(1);
-    }
-  } else {
-    /* No - was the ring buffer option specified and, if so, does it make
-       sense? */
-    if (global_capture_opts.multi_files_on) {
-      /* Ring buffer works only under certain conditions:
-        a) ring buffer does not work with temporary files;
-        b) it makes no sense to enable the ring buffer if the maximum
-           file size is set to "infinite". */
-      if (global_capture_opts.save_file == NULL) {
-       cmdarg_err("Ring buffer requested, but capture isn't being saved to a permanent file.");
-       global_capture_opts.multi_files_on = FALSE;
-      }
-      if (!global_capture_opts.has_autostop_filesize && !global_capture_opts.has_file_duration) {
-       cmdarg_err("Ring buffer requested, but no maximum capture file size or duration were specified.");
-/* XXX - this must be redesigned as the conditions changed */
-/*     global_capture_opts.multi_files_on = FALSE;*/
-      }
-    }
-  }
-
-  if (capture_opts_trim_iface(&global_capture_opts, NULL) == FALSE) {
-    /* cmdarg_err() already called .... */
-    exit_main(1);
-  }
-
-  /* Let the user know what interface was chosen. */
-  /* get_interface_descriptive_name() is not available! */
-  g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "Interface: %s\n", global_capture_opts.iface);
-
-  if (list_interfaces) {
-    status = capture_opts_list_interfaces(machine_readable);
-    exit_main(status);
-  } else if (list_link_layer_types) {
-    status = capture_opts_list_link_layer_types(&global_capture_opts, machine_readable);
-    exit_main(status);
-  } else if (print_statistics) {
-    status = print_statistics_loop(machine_readable);
-    exit_main(status);
-  }
-
-  capture_opts_trim_snaplen(&global_capture_opts, MIN_PACKET_SIZE);
-  capture_opts_trim_ring_num_files(&global_capture_opts);
-
-  /* Now start the capture. */
-
-  if(capture_loop_start(&global_capture_opts, &stats_known, &stats) == TRUE) {
-    /* capture ok */
-    exit_main(0);
-  } else {
-    /* capture failed */
-    exit_main(1);
-  }
+    if (capture_opts_trim_iface(&global_capture_opts, NULL) == FALSE) {
+        /* cmdarg_err() already called .... */
+        exit_main(1);
+    }
+
+    /* Let the user know what interfaces were chosen. */
+    /* get_interface_descriptive_name() is not available! */
+    for (i = 0; i < global_capture_opts.number_of_ifaces; i++) {
+        interface_options interface_opts;
+
+        interface_opts = g_array_index(global_capture_opts.ifaces, interface_options, i);
+        g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "Interface: %s\n", interface_opts.name);
+    }
+
+    if (list_link_layer_types) {
+        /* Get the list of link-layer types for the capture device. */
+        if_capabilities_t *caps;
+        gchar *err_str;
+        gint i;
+
+        for (i = 0; i < global_capture_opts.number_of_ifaces; i++) {
+            interface_options interface_opts;
+
+            interface_opts = g_array_index(global_capture_opts.ifaces, interface_options, i);
+            caps = get_if_capabilities(interface_opts.name,
+                                       interface_opts.monitor_mode, &err_str);
+            if (caps == NULL) {
+                cmdarg_err("The capabilities of the capture device \"%s\" could not be obtained (%s).\n"
+                           "Please check to make sure you have sufficient permissions, and that\n"
+                           "you have the proper interface or pipe specified.", interface_opts.name, err_str);
+                g_free(err_str);
+                exit_main(2);
+            }
+            if (caps->data_link_types == NULL) {
+                cmdarg_err("The capture device \"%s\" has no data link types.", interface_opts.name);
+                exit_main(2);
+            }
+            if (machine_readable)      /* tab-separated values to stdout */
+                /* XXX: We need to change the format and adopt consumers */
+                print_machine_readable_if_capabilities(caps);
+            else
+                /* XXX: We might want to print also the interface name */
+                capture_opts_print_if_capabilities(caps, interface_opts.name,
+                                                   interface_opts.monitor_mode);
+            free_if_capabilities(caps);
+        }
+        exit_main(0);
+    }
+
+    /* We're supposed to do a capture, or print the BPF code for a filter.
+       Process the snapshot length, as that affects the generated BPF code. */
+    capture_opts_trim_snaplen(&global_capture_opts, MIN_PACKET_SIZE);
+
+#ifdef HAVE_BPF_IMAGE
+    if (print_bpf_code) {
+        show_filter_code(&global_capture_opts);
+        exit_main(0);
+    }
+#endif
+
+    /* We're supposed to do a capture.  Process the ring buffer arguments. */
+    capture_opts_trim_ring_num_files(&global_capture_opts);
+
+    /* Now start the capture. */
+
+    if(capture_loop_start(&global_capture_opts, &stats_known, &stats) == TRUE) {
+        /* capture ok */
+        exit_main(0);
+    } else {
+        /* capture failed */
+        exit_main(1);
+    }
+    return 0; /* never here, make compiler happy */
 }
 
 
 static void
 console_log_handler(const char *log_domain, GLogLevelFlags log_level,
-                   const char *message, gpointer user_data _U_)
+                    const char *message, gpointer user_data _U_)
 {
-  time_t curr;
-  struct tm  *today;
-  const char *level;
-  gchar      *msg;
+    time_t curr;
+    struct tm  *today;
+    const char *level;
+    gchar      *msg;
 
-  /* ignore log message, if log_level isn't interesting */
-  if( !(log_level & G_LOG_LEVEL_MASK & ~(G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG|G_LOG_LEVEL_INFO))) {
+    /* ignore log message, if log_level isn't interesting */
+    if( !(log_level & G_LOG_LEVEL_MASK & ~(G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG|G_LOG_LEVEL_INFO))) {
 #if !defined(DEBUG_DUMPCAP) && !defined(DEBUG_CHILD_DUMPCAP)
-    return;
+        return;
 #endif
-  }
-
-  /* create a "timestamp" */
-  time(&curr);
-  today = localtime(&curr);
-
-  switch(log_level & G_LOG_LEVEL_MASK) {
-  case G_LOG_LEVEL_ERROR:
-    level = "Err ";
-    break;
-  case G_LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL:
-    level = "Crit";
-    break;
-  case G_LOG_LEVEL_WARNING:
-    level = "Warn";
-    break;
-  case G_LOG_LEVEL_MESSAGE:
-    level = "Msg ";
-    break;
-  case G_LOG_LEVEL_INFO:
-    level = "Info";
-    break;
-  case G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG:
-    level = "Dbg ";
-    break;
-  default:
-    fprintf(stderr, "unknown log_level %u\n", log_level);
-    level = NULL;
-    g_assert_not_reached();
-  }
-
-  /* Generate the output message                                  */
-  if(log_level & G_LOG_LEVEL_MESSAGE) {
-    /* normal user messages without additional infos */
-    msg =  g_strdup_printf("%s\n", message);
-  } else {
-    /* info/debug messages with additional infos */
-    msg = g_strdup_printf("%02u:%02u:%02u %8s %s %s\n",
-            today->tm_hour, today->tm_min, today->tm_sec,
-            log_domain != NULL ? log_domain : "",
-            level, message);
-  }
-
-  /* DEBUG & INFO msgs (if we're debugging today)                 */
+    }
+
+    /* create a "timestamp" */
+    time(&curr);
+    today = localtime(&curr);
+
+    switch(log_level & G_LOG_LEVEL_MASK) {
+    case G_LOG_LEVEL_ERROR:
+        level = "Err ";
+        break;
+    case G_LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL:
+        level = "Crit";
+        break;
+    case G_LOG_LEVEL_WARNING:
+        level = "Warn";
+        break;
+    case G_LOG_LEVEL_MESSAGE:
+        level = "Msg ";
+        break;
+    case G_LOG_LEVEL_INFO:
+        level = "Info";
+        break;
+    case G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG:
+        level = "Dbg ";
+        break;
+    default:
+        fprintf(stderr, "unknown log_level %u\n", log_level);
+        level = NULL;
+        g_assert_not_reached();
+    }
+
+    /* Generate the output message                                  */
+    if(log_level & G_LOG_LEVEL_MESSAGE) {
+        /* normal user messages without additional infos */
+        msg =  g_strdup_printf("%s\n", message);
+    } else {
+        /* info/debug messages with additional infos */
+        msg = g_strdup_printf("%02u:%02u:%02u %8s %s %s\n",
+                              today->tm_hour, today->tm_min, today->tm_sec,
+                              log_domain != NULL ? log_domain : "",
+                              level, message);
+    }
+
+    /* DEBUG & INFO msgs (if we're debugging today)                 */
 #if defined(DEBUG_DUMPCAP) || defined(DEBUG_CHILD_DUMPCAP)
-  if( !(log_level & G_LOG_LEVEL_MASK & ~(G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG|G_LOG_LEVEL_INFO))) {
+    if( !(log_level & G_LOG_LEVEL_MASK & ~(G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG|G_LOG_LEVEL_INFO))) {
 #ifdef DEBUG_DUMPCAP
-    fprintf(stderr, "%s", msg);
-    fflush(stderr);
+        fprintf(stderr, "%s", msg);
+        fflush(stderr);
 #endif
 #ifdef DEBUG_CHILD_DUMPCAP
-    fprintf(debug_log, "%s", msg);
-    fflush(debug_log);
+        fprintf(debug_log, "%s", msg);
+        fflush(debug_log);
 #endif
+        g_free(msg);
+        return;
+    }
+#endif
+
+    /* ERROR, CRITICAL, WARNING, MESSAGE messages goto stderr or    */
+    /*  to parent especially formatted if dumpcap running as child. */
+    if (capture_child) {
+        sync_pipe_errmsg_to_parent(2, msg, "");
+    } else {
+        fprintf(stderr, "%s", msg);
+        fflush(stderr);
+    }
     g_free(msg);
-    return;
-  }
-#endif
-
-  /* ERROR, CRITICAL, WARNING, MESSAGE messages goto stderr or    */
-  /*  to parent especially formatted if dumpcap running as child. */
-  if (capture_child) {
-    sync_pipe_errmsg_to_parent(2, msg, "");
-  } else {
-    fprintf(stderr, "%s", msg);
-    fflush(stderr);
-  }
-  g_free(msg);
 }
 
 
@@ -3190,7 +4022,7 @@ console_log_handler(const char *log_domain, GLogLevelFlags log_level,
 /* indication report routines */
 
 
-void
+static void
 report_packet_count(int packet_count)
 {
     char tmp[SP_DECISIZE+1+1];
@@ -3215,9 +4047,30 @@ report_new_capture_file(const char *filename)
         g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "File: %s", filename);
         pipe_write_block(2, SP_FILE, filename);
     } else {
+#ifdef SIGINFO
+        /*
+         * Prevent a SIGINFO handler from writing to the standard error
+         * while we're doing so; instead, have it just set a flag telling
+         * us to print that information when we're done.
+         */
+        infodelay = TRUE;
+#endif /* SIGINFO */
         fprintf(stderr, "File: %s\n", filename);
         /* stderr could be line buffered */
         fflush(stderr);
+
+#ifdef SIGINFO
+        /*
+         * Allow SIGINFO handlers to write.
+         */
+        infodelay = FALSE;
+
+        /*
+         * If a SIGINFO handler asked us to write out capture counts, do so.
+         */
+        if (infoprint)
+          report_counts_for_siginfo();
+#endif /* SIGINFO */
     }
 }
 
@@ -3245,24 +4098,29 @@ report_capture_error(const char *error_msg, const char *secondary_error_msg)
             "Primary Error: %s", error_msg);
         g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG,
             "Secondary Error: %s", secondary_error_msg);
-       sync_pipe_errmsg_to_parent(2, error_msg, secondary_error_msg);
+        sync_pipe_errmsg_to_parent(2, error_msg, secondary_error_msg);
     } else {
-        fprintf(stderr, "%s\n%s\n", error_msg, secondary_error_msg);
+        fprintf(stderr, "%s\n", error_msg);
+        if (secondary_error_msg[0] != '\0')
+          fprintf(stderr, "%s\n", secondary_error_msg);
     }
 }
 
 void
-report_packet_drops(guint32 drops)
+report_packet_drops(guint32 received, guint32 drops, gchar *name)
 {
-    char tmp[SP_DECISIZE+1+1];
+    char tmp1[SP_DECISIZE+1+1];
+    char tmp2[SP_DECISIZE+1+1];
 
-    g_snprintf(tmp, sizeof(tmp), "%u", drops);
+    g_snprintf(tmp1, sizeof(tmp1), "%u", received);
+    g_snprintf(tmp2, sizeof(tmp2), "%u", drops);
 
     if(capture_child) {
-        g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "Packets dropped: %s", tmp);
-        pipe_write_block(2, SP_DROPS, tmp);
+        g_log(LOG_DOMAIN_CAPTURE_CHILD, G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, "Packets captured/dropped on interface %s: %s/%s", name, tmp1, tmp2);
+        /* XXX: Need to provide interface id, changes to consumers required. */
+        pipe_write_block(2, SP_DROPS, tmp2);
     } else {
-        fprintf(stderr, "Packets dropped: %s\n", tmp);
+        fprintf(stderr, "Packets captured/dropped on interface %s: %s/%s\n", name, tmp1, tmp2);
         /* stderr could be line buffered */
         fflush(stderr);
     }