when i type “ifconfig” command, it is nothing happen.
Can someone tell me how to show ifconfig content?
Thank you very much
i suppose that by nothing, you mean something like that:
bash: ifconfig: command not found
I am going to assume that you are using Debian, in which case you need to run with admin privileges:
you can also get similar information with the command
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Thank you for reply.
I just want to know the network interface (like lo, wlan0 …) status, so i type ifconfig in 410c console/adb shell, but get nothing, nothing happen, and not command not found.
You should have mentioned that you’re using Android.
Use netcfg instead of ifconfig.
Oh oh, sorry, it’s my mistake.
Thank you vchong.
netcfg can be used, thanks