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Thanks a bunch for the response.
I have decided to disable certain protocols using a
~/.wireshark/disabled_protos file (which I confirmed is being read), however
despite "smb" and other smb related protocols being in the disabled list,
dissect_smb() is still called:
#10 0x00d3386f in dissect_smb (tvb=0x87f03a0, pinfo=0xbfffe95c,
parent_tree=0x87d8810) at packet-smb.c:17016
does adding something to the disabled list just prevent it from being
printed, but not from being dissected??
On Tue, Apr 26, 2011 at 2:57 PM, Chris Maynard <email@example.com>wrote:
> George Nychis <gnychis@...> writes:
> > Another alternative, is to remove packet-smb* from the build.
> In most cases, to remove unwanted protocol dissectors from the build,
> delete the
> relevant packet-*.c files from epan/dissectors/Makefile.common's
> Alternatively, you could just disable those protocols via "Analyze ->
> Protocols", then uncheck all those that you don't want/need. This method
> not require recompiling Wireshark, but it doesn't prevent someone from
> re-enabling them again, so if you want to avoid that, then you'll have to
> recompile it.
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