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Old Unix and Linux 06-24-2002
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This is the content of my bin! THis is why find is not in there!

But is there the possibility that someone could send me the 'find' file and that I could execute it in my home dir with

. find [options]

Thank you for the help!


bash*
bc*
bzip2*
cat*
chmod*
clear*
cp*
date*
ddate*
dircolors*
echo*
egrep*
false*
fetchmail*
fgrep*
finger*
ftp*
gawk*
gpg*
gpgv*
grep*
gunzip*
gzip*
head*
hostname*
htpasswd*
id*
joe*
less*
links*
ls*
lynx*
mc*
mcedit*
md5sum*
mkdir*
more*
mutt*
mutt_dotlock*
mv*
mysql*
mysqldump*
mysqlshow*
noshell*
passwd*
pgp@
pgpewrap*
pgpring*
pico*
pine*
pomoc*
ps*
pwd*
rar*
rm*
rmdir*
rvim@
scp*
sed*
sleep*
sort*
tail*
talk*
tar*
touch*
tr*
true*
tty*
uniq*
unrar*
unzip*
vacation.pl*
vi@
vim@
w@
wc*
who*
zip*
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What OS version are you running???

I think we need to take a BIG step backwards.

It appears that you are either running an old version of UNIX OS or you have a stripped down version.

Please show us what version of the UNIX OS you are running, that should help a great deal.

I believe that your "problem" lies with the OS version, not having the latest version could be the reason you dont have all the commands. Although it must be a rather old version of UNIX for this to be the case. Someone else in my office has a few boxes that don't have several commands because their OS is 10 years old, a version of BSD.





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It may be something quirky - i..e the commands are stored somewhere else. I was going to suggest using 'find' to locate them....but that won't help! You shuold have a around for these at some other location.... then add that location to your path.

They may of course not be there...either as KM has suggested an older or different version - or because some fool deleted them!
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