what about 'sudo traceroute'
No, not a Crosh command. Here's a list of commands for Crosh.
EDIT: while many Linux commands work, including sudo, it doesn't work with tracepath. And there's no tracert or traceroute command for Crosh that I know of. It's just tracepath (EDIT 2: poor, wonky, maligned, possibly buggy, tracepath).
1. Exiting the Crosh shell first using 'exit',
2. Switching to a bash shell using 'shell',
3. Then doing 'sudo traceroute'. -> might want to try just 'traceroute' first.
He should definitely try that. I'll test all this when I'm back at the firm and can get to the Chromebook. (Edit: though I thougth a bash shell is for running scripts....dunno, never used this on the Chromebook)
Nice page... bookmarked.
Incidentally, look at the ftp definition of 'hash'... crafty little buggers.
An exit command in crosh literally closes it The browser window disappears, haha. I found guidance on the net that a shell command in crosh will take you to the root linux shell, so I tried that, but it returned 'unknown command.' I dunno,I give up for now. I will eventualy have a chance to bring a windows laptop to this location. I will have the chromebook at a place with cable internet service later next week, and I'll try pinging and tracepathing there, just to see what happens.
Good morning zenman,
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