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Can anyonw tell me how can I find what my RHLE4 workstation IP address? I tried going to terminal type IFCONFIG but telling the command is not know. I am able to get to the internet both external and internal.
The question being addressed was not one of rights as much as expedient access. On Linuxes that I use, '/sbin' is in the $PATH for root, but not mortal users. I made the point originally because newbies might not realize that 'ifconfig' as root will probably work, but as joesixpack would require '/sbin/ifconfig'. Just trying to head off the reply reporting 'command not found'.