tl;dr: Cant find “wireshark” and "dumpcap in the filesystem so I can run with sudo.
So, sorry if I am coming at this sideways.
At prompting of others installed Clear Linux, and testing out. I’m not a deep linux/unix user, but been around awhile, know my way generally. I know that amoung other things, this distro has a division from others to keep the filesystem “cleaner”. (Bad expalnation, I know).
SO, as a first test, I used the built in software package to install wireshark. Shows up in the installed apps panel, and I can run through the GUI.
But where was installed in the file system? I need to run under sudo (for now), due to rights over the ethernet port. BUt I can t find in the file system.
When I run ps -aux I see “wireshark” (no path). I also see /app/bin/dumpcap. However, tryling to ls /app, or /app/bin comes up empty, so is “/app” some kind of virtual path?
Thanks! hope this made some sense!