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How do I find out my IP addr?

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I'm using Slackware 7.0(ish) on a 486 DX2/66.
The system runs great but it gets configured through a DHCP server and I cannot seem to pull out the last # in the IP address.

route -n give me the first 3 #'s, but not the 4th.

Any suggestions?

Also, if you happen to know, how do I turn off sendmail for incoming connections?  I need outgoing though.
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"ifconfig" should show you the IP of all active interfaces.
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Bingo.  Exactally what I was looking for.  Thanks.
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