ifconfig doesn’t work. I need it to find the ip address my computer is using.
ifconfig is depricated.
To get your interface details just run
If you must have it:
it is in
So just install
net-tools and you have it.
I had net-tools on one computer and not the other. That’s why I was confused.
What was the ultimate goal?
finding out the ip address your computer is using?
You got responses to both objectives.
It can be done without
ifconfig - and even better, more elegantly (in my opinion)
as described in the tutorial @freggel.doe linked you to
ip -br a lo UNKNOWN 127.0.0.1/8 ::1/128 enp4s0 DOWN wlan0 UP 192.168.20.140/24 virbr0 DOWN 192.168.122.1/24
Thanks @freggel.doe - I didn’t know this and learned something!
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