Mac OS X
The files located in the client's
directory must be world-readable to enable packet-level recording. For example, using Terminal to apply:
to all the bpf* files (bpf0, bpf1, bpf2, etc.).
Conductor tries to handle this on behalf of the user, but there are some cases where the OS will randomly toggle the permissions, breaking packet-level recording until the next time Conductor starts.