/usr/sbin/traceroute on max

/usr/sbin/traceroute on max

Post by Jonathan I. Kame » Sat, 21 Sep 1996 04:00:00



|> Unfortunately we've been there and done that.  Linux is great for a home
|> machine but cant do anything for a real system.

Hogwash.

Followups to comp.os.linux.advocacy.

 
 
 

1. /usr/sbin/traceroute ha1 ksh: /usr/sbin/traceroute: not found

/usr/sbin/traceroute ha1
ksh: /usr/sbin/traceroute:  not found

The system is System = SunOS
Node = xxx.ddd.com
Release = 5.6
KernelID = Generic_105181-15
Machine = sun4u

How? Why?  I have traceroute on SunOS 5.7

download it and compile it like the way
a c compiler and gzip were missing!
Can it be true?

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