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Hi all!! How can I ping a host from java program on macos older than X? I know there are some diagnostic utils but is there a simple way to ping and not opening any windows? PS I'm not a mac user nor mac programmer so please be specific, thanx. Regards, Rufio -- nmap -sS -O -p80,81 [url]www.microsoft.com[/url] [..] Running: Linux 2.5.X OS details: Linux Kernel 2.4.18 - 2.5.70 (X86)...

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    Default how to ping on older macos?

    Hi all!!

    How can I ping a host from java program on macos older than X?
    I know there are some diagnostic utils but is there a simple way to ping
    and not opening any windows?

    PS I'm not a mac user nor mac programmer so please be specific, thanx.

    Regards, Rufio
    --
    nmap -sS -O -p80,81 [url]www.microsoft.com[/url]
    [..]
    Running: Linux 2.5.X
    OS details: Linux Kernel 2.4.18 - 2.5.70 (X86)
    rufio Guest

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    Default Re: how to ping on older macos?

    In article <bkvs0v$13$3opal.futuro.pl>,
    rufio <ruf(dziesi??)usun.op.pl> wrote:
    > Hi all!!
    >
    > How can I ping a host from java program on macos older than X?
    > I know there are some diagnostic utils but is there a simple way to ping
    > and not opening any windows?
    >
    > PS I'm not a mac user nor mac programmer so please be specific, thanx.
    >
    > Regards, Rufio
    you can just send an ICMP packet from your java application..and time
    the response with a socket
    Mark Haase Guest

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    Default Re: how to ping on older macos?

    on Fri, 26 Sep 2003 17:57:57 GMT Mark Haase <mehaaseearthlink.net>
    wrote:
    > In article <bkvs0v$13$3opal.futuro.pl>,
    > rufio <ruf(dziesi??)usun.op.pl> wrote:
    > > PS I'm not a mac user nor mac programmer so please be specific,
    > > thanx.
    > >
    > > Regards, Rufio
    >
    > you can just send an ICMP packet from your java application..and time
    > the response with a socket
    LOL: I didn't mean THAT specific, on the other hand this looks like only
    solution.
    Do I have to use openTransport via directLibrary (or what was its name?)
    or there is better way?

    Regards, Rufio
    --
    nmap -sS -O -p80,81 [url]www.microsoft.com[/url]
    [..]
    Running: Linux 2.5.X
    OS details: Linux Kernel 2.4.18 - 2.5.70 (X86)
    rufio Guest

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