If you haven’t picked up on it by now, I am a huge fan of the command-line. Simple applications, they do one thing really well and they can all be piped together to increase their power.
One command-line application that I use on the regular is dig. The dig command allows you to do DNS lookups. This comes in handy when verifying things like DMARC and SPF records, as well as if a sub-domain is properly configured.
While the official Arch Repository combined Arch User Repository has everything I could ever want and more, sometimes the package names aren’t as straight forward as I’d prefer. One such instance is with the dig command.
If you were to try to install the package dig you’ll come up short: