I want to capture some packets from a specific interface so that I can examine the packets internally. How can I do that in the Linux system?
You can use tcpdump command in your system. When you execute tcpdump command it will capture from all the interfaces, however with -i switch only capture from the desired interface as shown below.
$ tcpdump -i eth0
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