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Old 11-18-2009, 02:14 PM
Default Inquiry:What is the equivalent of "ping -f -l" on the CentOS server?

hadi motamedi wrote:
> Sorry. It was just an example . I wanted to ask you for the equivalent
> of "ping -f -l" in its general format . Please help me.

The equivalent of "man" is "man", therefore the equivalent of "man ping"
is "man ping". That is also the equivalent of "man ping" in the RedHat
Linux 7.2 from which you apparently *have* migrated since your initial
post here on Sept 12:

> Dear All
> Can you please do me favor and let me know what are the highlights of
> major benefits of CentOS Release 5 (Final) over the RedHat Linux 7.2
> (Enigma) as we are going to migrate to it ?
> Thank you in advance
> Regards
> H.Motamedi

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