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 traceroute for linux uploaded
[traceroute is a utility which allows you to determine the route that
IP packets take from one machine to the next.]


I uploaded my port of traceroute to /pub/Linux/Incoming

Be warned that it works with a 0.99.11 kernel without patching. If you
have a 0.99.10 kernel patches are included. Some options of traceroute
do not work as there is no kernel support for them. One example is
lsrr. This is because you can't set IP-level socket options yet (in
the generic kernel anyway). And I am pretty much clueless on how to
add that to the kernel...

Nevertheless, it works in the primary mode - i.e. how do I go from
my machine  to machine X.

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