Ifconfig problem

I just installed the new manjaro release on a computer I have been using Manjaro on for years. (Toshiba L465)

when typing ifconfig in the terminal instead of getting the information I have gotten for years I just get command not found.

Can anyone enlighten me as to what to do as a work around?

Thanks in Advance

Tips for posting

Use a "keyword search" to make sure your question has not already been asked. For example "failed to verify key" or "sound is muted".

Make sure you include enough detail so people know what you are running. A useful command is inxi -Fxz; copy and paste the text and format as "code" (e.g. use the </> button above).

If possible, paste text rather than upload a photo. Text is easier to read, searchable, and takes up less space on the server. Please don't upload high-resolution photos.

For more information read this post: How to provide good information in your posts

Remember to remove all of this help text before you post.


1 Like

ifconfig has been deprecated, (you know bloody bleeding arch)
try

ip a

ref: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Core_utilities#ip

3 Likes

Use:

yaourt -S net-tools-debian-ifconfig

One of the packages which will be installed is ifconfig. It's no longer in the normal repo's but you can install it from the AUR using the command I gave you.

Except, dont. Learn ip
It has everything you used to use ifconfig, arp, and netstat for and more:

2 Likes

The net-tools package in the repos has ifconfig.

3 Likes

Thanks the help is sure appreciated!

This topic was automatically closed 30 days after the last reply. New replies are no longer allowed.

Forum kindly sponsored by