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A ping tool that sits in your system tray

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A ping tool that sits in your system tray

- Saves your sanity when the wifi sucks
- Doesn't clutter up your screen with ping windows
- Lets you know when pings fail instead of silently failing
- **Currently for Ubuntu only**
- (Requires Python, GTK, and AppIndicator3)
- Startup Automatically option creates a `~/.config/autostart/pinger.desktop` file
- **Contributions welcome to expand to other OSes!**

**Usage (in Ubuntu):**

Open the Terminal program and enter the following commands:

cd ~
git clone
python pinger/ &

Pinger should open in your system tray. To set Pinger to start automatically (in Ubuntu) click it and choose Start Automatically.

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