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I'm not sure if this is the default behavior for the ld command, but it does not seem to be looking in /usr/local/lib for shared libraries.
I was trying to compile the latest version of Kanatest from svn. The autorgen.sh script seems to exit without too much trouble:
checking... (2 Replies)
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2. Shell Programming and Scripting
I am not able to set "expr" function in ksh script.
Below is the sample code i used, and output is as "Syntax error"
Please help me to come out of it.
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I can able to access /usr/local/bin/cvs in the terminal (AIX 6.1 Box). but i am getting the "/usr/local/bin/cvs: Not found " when i call it from the script. please some one assist me what maybe problem (6 Replies)
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I found that the same commands(sort, du, df, find, grep etc.) exists in both dir.
What is the difference to use them?
i.e: to use xpg4/bin/grep and usr/bin/grep
My OS version is SunOS 5.10
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5. OS X (Apple)
Q1. I understand that /usr/local/bin means I can install/uninstall stuff in here and have any chance of messing up my original system files or effecting any other users. I created this directory myself.
But what about the directory I didn't create, namely /Users/m/bin? How is that directory... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: michellepace
For what intended is the directory /usr/local/bin? In this directory are some script.
I don't understand how these scripts being in this directory are started.
Each time after registration of the user occurs start of these scripts. These scripts start applications. (7 Replies)
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7. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
All the basic linux commands, ie. echo, find, etc, are located in /bin. I have a couple of programs that have these commands pointed towards /usr/bin, ie, /usr/bin/echo (even though the actual 'echo' command is in /bin). How can I alias or redirect or link the /usr/bin to /bin just for this... (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: dancerat
below is the problem details:
ora10g@CNORACLE1>ln -s /usr/ucb/ld ld
ln: cannot create ld: File exists
how to link it to /usr/ccs/bin? (6 Replies)
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I just set up an ftp server with Red Hat 5.2. I am doing the work, I'm baby stepping, but it seems like every step I get stuck. Currently, I'm trying to set up a crontab job, but I'm getting the following message: /bin/sh: /usr/bin/vi: No such file or directory. I see that vi exists in /bin/vi,... (3 Replies)
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