I wrote this and then I found this method is no good. There is so much that does not work. Adding to this seems impossible. If you really want to run this on ubuntu, then go to the official site and follow their directions.
Below you will find some code to make a simple port checking tool in AutoIT. The tools simply asks the user for what IP address or Hostname they want to check, and what port. It will then confirm your entry and show you the result.
I don’t claim to be the worlds best programmer, in fact I am far from it, but I do share something that all great programmers have. The love of simple code that is clean, and just works.
Recently I was working on a PowerShell project where I was trying to create a simple application that would ask the user for input, and then run an .exe int eh background with the passed data. The idea was to simply the program that we used to administer our Google Apps domain, called GAM.
It pains me to admit that after years and years in the IT field, I was finally bit by my laziness in my own home network. My server crashed.
On November 5th 2014, I was at work when I needed to SSH back home to check on something. From my work machine I tried to SSH home, but I was greeted with a ‘Connection Refused’ message in my terminal. Thinking that it was odd, I tried to RDP back to the Windows Server at my house, but again the connection would not start. Checking on the sites that I normally run from my server, I began to get nervous when none of them would load.