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Ping command not found on Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa Linux. Depending on your Ubuntu 20.04 Server/Desktop installation your system might not come with the ping command pre-installed. This is especially the case for docker containers.Do I need to use the ping command in Docker containers?
Even though it happens rarely, sometimes, still we need to use the ping command in our Docker containers. The problem with the Ubuntu Docker image is, it is not exactly similar to the regular Ubuntu desktop or server releases that we use in our PCs and servers. That means the official Ubuntu Docker image comes with bare minimum packages installed.How do I run ping on the host?
Try this: Alternatively, you can run ping on the host after entering the container's network namespace. First, find the container's process ID on the host (this can be the shell or the application you are running inside the container). Then change to the container's network namespace (run as root on the host):Does Jammy jellyfish server/desktop come with the ping command pre-installed?
Depending on your Ubuntu 22.04 Jammy Jellyfish Server/Desktop installation your system might not come with the ping command pre-installed. This is especially the case for docker containers. Any attempt to ping a remote system will result in the following error: Privileged access to your Linux system as root or via the sudo command.