Even though it's not officially supported, some players run v&h on a debian/ubuntu/mint Linux system (thanks to wine).
Most likely MTR is already pre-installed on your system, otherwise you'll find MTR in your repository and can install it from there with that graphical frontend. But if you for whatever reason want to install that tool using your terminal (my preferred way), than just open a terminal and type "sudo apt-get install mtr". The system will ask you for your password and the installation will be done in a few seconds.
After that program is installed, just type "mtr IPadress" (pls type one of the server IPs from the posting above instead of IPadress) and hit the enter key. Now you see all the output a developer needs. Just copy/paste or provide a screenshot. Thank you.
For users of fedora the package manager is named yum (yum install mtr), arch users have pacman (pacman -S mtr), and so on and so forth. But if you are using one of those systems, one could assume you know how to obtain trace routes or where to find help.
Hi Ivar, I need your help. I'm running the game on a 3 year old gaming laptop which still functions quite well, and I use a wired mouse. I have xfinity cable, connected via LAN and my speeds are excellent (actually faster than my provider promises), and I have a brand new Netgear modem - However, I am getting packet loss notifications from the game. I am having dc's, suddenly going from about 50 fps to 5 after switching toons or porting.