iputils 3:20101006-1 source package in Ubuntu


iputils (3:20101006-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release.
  * Remove patches that are now applied upstream.
  * Update Vcs-* fields in debian/control to point to git repos.
  * Update debian/copyright to include the BSD license text.
  * Override lintian's possible-gpl-code-linked-with-openssl error on
    iputils-ping.  ping6 links against libcrypto and is BSD licensed.
 -- Lorenzo De Liso <email address hidden>   Tue,  03 May 2011 10:26:44 +0000

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Lorenzo De Liso on 2011-05-03
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iputils-arping: Tool to send ICMP echo requests to an ARP address

 The arping command acts like the standard ping command except it pings
 a machine by its ARP address instead of its IP address. It is typically
 used to locate a machine if its hardware address is known but its IP
 address is unknown

iputils-clockdiff: No summary available for iputils-clockdiff in ubuntu oneiric.

No description available for iputils-clockdiff in ubuntu oneiric.

iputils-ping: Tools to test the reachability of network hosts

 The ping command sends ICMP ECHO_REQUEST packets to a host in order to
 test if the host is reachable via the network.
 This package includes a ping6 utility which supports IPv6 network

iputils-tracepath: Tools to trace the network path to a remote host

 The tracepath utility is similar to the traceroute utility, but also
 attempts to discover the MTU of the path.
 This package also includes tracepath6 and traceroute6 utilities, which
 may be used on IPv6 networks.