ifconfig -a not working. Hi All, I logged into a sun microsystems server box, using both a vnc session and a ssh session. I am able to use "ifconfig -a" in a ssh session, but the same on a vnc session says that its a invalid command. how is this possible, when i am logging into the …
Browse other questions tagged command-line windows-10 ipconfig or ask your own question. The Overflow Blog Nobody has to lose in work/life balance Solved: "ifconfig down" keeping the link state - Hewlett The tcpdump tool is used BUT it does not work when the interface is DOWN ("ifconfig -a" shows it but "ifconfig" doesn't) The obviuos solution focuses on using the ifconfig command to set the interface UP and set back DOWN later. The command "ifconfig down" denies any … [Solution] IPCONFIG <- (ipconfig: command not found) Nov 21, 2013 IFconfig command not available on 5.0? | Proxmox Support Forum Sep 27, 2017
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Nov 05, 2019 · ifconfig is a command-line utility to view network interfaces attached to Linux machines and network information such as IP address (es), netmask, etc.. assigned to network interfaces. Also, it displays the count of sent and received network packets along with counts of error and dropped packets. When you do a minimal installation of CentOS 8 / RHEL 8, you might get an error like command not found when you run ifconfig command.
If this file does not exist (try ls /sbin/ifconfig), the command may just be not installed. It is part of the package net-tools, which is not installed by default, because it's deprecated and superseded by the command ip from the package iproute2. The function of ifconfig without options is replaced by ip specifying the object address. ifconfig ifconfig Command not found on CentOS 8 / RHEL 8 - Quick Nov 05, 2019 linux - ifconfig command not found - Stack Overflow if ifconfig does not exist how is an ip address configured to allow yum to operate? – waTeim Jul 19 '14 at 11:29 Thank you very much, that's probably it. Although yum install returns cannot find a valid baseurl, I guess I don't have an internet connection to virtual machine.