Huh. I can't remember where I got it, but you can do a search for it out there. The tricky thing was that it needs the libpcap library for packet capture, and I never could get that to compile. Somewhere I found a pre-compiled version.
Ah heck, I'll just attach it. Sorry, I had to zip it again to be uploaded.
I notice libpcap is another thing where Apple included the library (/usr/lib/libpcap.A.dylib) but no headers...Anyone know which version of libpcap is already installed ('what' doesn't help) so we can install the properly-versioned headers?
Here's how to build it; it's pretty easy. First download that libpcap thing, and do
That will put that in its place. Then unpack the tcpflow source code, and run
sudo make install
That will compile the program, and install the executable and man pages in appropriate locations. You will have to be root to run the program, though. Judging by this program's power and capability, a GUI frontend would be very cool.