I am go into a dead loop of install and configure ntop. It tells me
ntop: INTERFACES is not defined, please run 'dpkg-reconfigure ntop' on startup, but this command leads to
ntop is broken or not fully installed. Is there any way to manually reconfigure ntop?
sudo apt-get purge ntop; sudo apt-get install ntop
Then the follow screen popps:
┌─────────────────────────┤ Configuring ntop ├─────────────────────────┐
│ Please enter a comma-separated list of interfaces that ntop should │
│ listen on. │
│ Interfaces for ntop to listen on: │
│ none________________________________________________________________ │
You can get the interface name if you click on the Network Manager in your top panel and select Connection Information. Near the top, you'll see something like "Interface: Ethernet (eth0)". If that's the connection you want to monitor, you'll enter "eth0". (Answer copied and pasted from answered Nov 1 at 19:41Jo-Erlend Schinstad)
I hope I was able to help you. Cheers.