Usually I use ping to check my internet connection. In windows, if I use: ping google.com I get only 4 information ping, but on Ubuntu, if I use that command, the ping can' stop until I stop it ...
I am not able to ping http://ushou-appeng01/ufm/Firmware/packages in Kubuntu 10.04. This link is accessed in my ltib file. When I tried to ping this link from the bash shell, it gave me a "Host Not ...
When I ping I have this display: > ping -i 4 www.google.fr 64 bytes from wi-in-f94.1e100.net (220.127.116.11): icmp_seq=503 ttl=46 time=45.5 ms ....... ....... 64 bytes from wi-in-f94.1e100.net ...
I have a shell script to download some of my stuff over Internet. How can I know if a file exists over the Internet? Let's say I want to know if http://192.168.1.1/backup/01012011.zip exists or not? ...
I'm pinging a server which is dropping packets. At the end of my ping I see something like: 100 packets transmitted, 85 received, 15% packet loss, time 100030ms What I'd like to do is run my ping ...