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ifconfig not avaliable with net-tools in Debian [SOLVED]
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Knowing debian, it might be in '/sbin/' instead of '/bin/'. Try using it with sudo and see if that works.


Also 'ifconfig' is deprecated and being phased out. You can use the newer 'ip' command instead. It has a different syntax but should allow you to do anything you would want to do with 'ifconfig'. To see the current IP adresses of all connected network hardware you can use 'ip addr'.
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RE: ifconfig not avaliable with net-tools in Debian - by leon.p - 08-10-2019, 11:46 PM

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