Install Trippy on Ubuntu 24.04

Install Trippy on Ubuntu 24.04

Trippy is a command line tool designed for network troubleshooting and diagnostic purposes. It combines the functionalities of traditional tools like ping and traceroute to provide enhanced visibility into network paths and latency issues. This tutorial explains how to install Trippy on Ubuntu 24.04.

Install Trippy

Get the latest version of Trippy from its official GitHub repository:

TRIPPY_VERSION=$(curl -s "" | grep -Po '"tag_name": "\K[0-9.]+')

Download Trippy according to the version that retrieved earlier:

wget -qO trippy.tar.gz$TRIPPY_VERSION-x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu.tar.gz

Extract executable to /usr/local/bin directory:

sudo tar xf trippy.tar.gz --strip-components=1 -C /usr/local/bin

Here's how to check the Trippy version:

trip --version

Remove unneeded tar.gz file:

rm -rf trippy.tar.gz

Testing Trippy

Execute the trip command and specify the domain you wish to test for network path and latency. For example:

sudo trip
Display network path and latency using Trippy on Ubuntu

Uninstall Trippy

To uninstall Trippy, delete related file:

sudo rm -rf /usr/local/bin/trip

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