[CentOS] IPtraf not looking right on the console..

Wed Feb 1 13:49:07 UTC 2006
WipeOut <wipe_out at users.sourceforge.net>

Will McDonald wrote:
> On 01/02/06, WipeOut <wipe_out at users.sourceforge.net> wrote:
>>Would it make any difference that the IPtraf that was installed came
>>from DAG's yum repo and not the CentOS repo?
> Shouldn't have thought so. I'm fairly certain the IPTraf I've tried on
> various boxes is from Dag/RPMForge.
> What TERM does the system default to? Usually logging in on the
> console would use "linux".
> $ echo $TERM
> What is the actual problem? Can you give a more detailed description
> of how it displays properly and what's wrong when it doesn't?
> Even when the line drawing characters are all qqqqq and xxxxx when I
> run it it's still usable.
> Will.
> _______________________________________________

There are no line drawing characters showing up at all and and an 
example if I am on the "statistical breakdown" option the top of the 
screen where it defines the columns (Proto/Port  Pkts  Bytes etc..) do 
not line up with the results in the lines below..

Also on the "statistical breakdown" page in the middle there is a "t", a 
"u" and a "." character just randomly hanging around in the middle of 
the screen..

I checked the $TERM as you suggested and it is set to "linux"..

It is certainly a strange one that I haven't seen before..