Name fping
Version 3.5
Summary sends ICMP ECHO_REQUEST packets to network hosts
Description fping is a ping like program which uses the Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) echo request to determine if a target host is responding. fping differs from ping in that you can specify any number of targets on the command line, or specify a file containing the lists of targets to ping. Instead of sending to one target until it times out or replies, fping will send out a ping packet and move on to the next target in a round-robin fashion.
Section net
License BSD
Recipe file recipes-support/fping/
Layer meta-networking (sumo branch)
  • autotools
  • siteconfig
  • siteinfo
  • autoconf-native
  • automake-native
  • gnu-config-native
  • libtool-cross
  • libtool-native
  • ipv6




Other branches

This recipe in other branches of meta-networking:

Branch Recipe
master fping 5.2
scarthgap (Yocto Project 5.0) fping 5.1
nanbield (Yocto Project 4.3) fping 5.1
mickledore (Yocto Project 4.2) fping 5.1
langdale (Yocto Project 4.1) fping 5.1
kirkstone (Yocto Project 4.0) fping 5.1
honister (Yocto Project 3.4) fping 5.0
hardknott (Yocto Project 3.3) fping 5.0
gatesgarth (Yocto Project 3.2) fping 5.0
dunfell (Yocto Project 3.1) fping 4.2
zeus (Yocto Project 3.0) fping 4.2
warrior (Yocto Project 2.7) fping 4.2
thud (Yocto Project 2.6) fping 3.5
sumo (Yocto Project 2.5) fping 3.5 (this recipe)
rocko (Yocto Project 2.4) fping 3.5
pyro (Yocto Project 2.3) fping 3.5
morty (Yocto Project 2.2) fping 3.5
krogoth (Yocto Project 2.1) fping 3.5
jethro (Yocto Project 2.0) fping 3.5
fido (Yocto Project 1.8) fping 3.5
dizzy (Yocto Project 1.7) fping 3.5
daisy (Yocto Project 1.6) fping 3.5
dora (Yocto Project 1.5) fping 3.5