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Where is netstat?

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Honestly, this one really gets us as well. Turns out to be a kernel issue, and yes, we’re working on it, but in the meantime, we made sure to include “lsof,” from which you can still determine listening ports and their associated processes, albeit a little bit more of an roundabout process. Nonetheless, lsof is a wicked cool tool, so check it out.

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