Definitely loving the UI and, especially, some new icons but it looks like Apple has, yet again, moved Network Utility on us because it’s icon has become a dead question mark in my dock.
This article on Finding Network Utility in OS X El Capitan was bittersweet. Gave the directions below but also stated you can’t create aliases for apps in hidden folders.
Macintosh HD > System > Library > Core Services > Applications > Network Utility
or … the author offers this as “an easier way.”
- Select “About This Mac…” from the Apple menu.
- Click on the System Report button in the window that appears. The System Information tool opens.
- Select Window > Network Utility from the menu bar.
Apple Support‘s useless instructions for Use Network Utility to check your network connection are:
- Open Network Utility.
- Click Info, then choose a network interface from the pop-up menu.
I have never been disappointed in Apple, let alone to such a degree. I am shocked and embarrassed. Shame on you, Apple.
Speaking of fun network shizzle, I wish I could find a tutorial on Zenmap (Linux) that didn’t scare me.