I know this is not exclusively a Fedora issue, but I would like to know if anyone has found a solution to this...
Several of my firewalls are running OpenBSD, and I'm trying to view the logs on my Fedora laptop. It's not a huge issue converting them to text on the OpenBSD machines (or copying them to an OpenBSD box running as a client VM), but I was kind of hoping that I could simply copy the files to my laptop and view them without the extra steps.
Here's the output when I try to do do the dump:
$ tcpdump -r ./pflog.0
reading from file ./pflog.0, link-type PFLOG (OpenBSD pflog file)
tcpdump: unknown data link type 117
It recognizes the type of log file, but that's as far as it gets. I've googled for a solution, and I can see this is something that's been asked for a while. Was just wondering if anyone has found a solution that Just Works(TM) -- I know, I know... Linux is making me lazy.
Thanks for any suggestions.