Pinger Network Tools

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Pinger Network Tools is a simple frontend for ping, netstat, traceroute and whois. My first ever Kommander script that I did in an effort to learn the Kommander scripting engine/style and to have something useful. Built with Kommander Editor 1.2. Pinger Network Tools KDE-Apps.org Community Portal for KDE Applications Software Office Multimedia Graphic Network Printing Education Games Development Administration Scientific Security Utilities Screensaver News Forum GUI Polls Links Downloads QT Look X11 Linux

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Published By:Philip Wall

License Type:Freeware

Date Added:25 October, 2010

Version:0.2

Price:Free

Downloads:40

Size:30.7 KB

Platform: Linux

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