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This is probably a silly question. I am using Linux and need to do the equivelent of a windows "tracert". I thought the Unix command was "traceroute" but it doesnt seem to work. I was wondering if anybody could tell me what it is?
what do you mean by doing a dig? I tried checking the properties of a link found in google. Did not get it's IP address. If you mean searching the net for how to find a websites IP with Linux then, by the time I get the info I want after browsing sites that have non relevant info, I will have grey hair.