RE: Command not found

2003-06-11 12:05:21
If it installed where it was supposed, then you'll need to change to the
directory you told it to install in.  If you can't remember where that is

whereis mhonarc
(find the executable command mhonarc, but I think it's needs to be in your
PATH environment variable anyway, in which case it should've worked for you


FIND / -name mhonarc -print
(look in every directory for it, starting from / and going recursively below
that, and print the results)


ls -R / | grep mhonarc | more
(list all contents of all directories recursively from /, search list output
for mhonarc, print one screen of results at a time)

Henning Sittler

-----Original Message-----
From: Jan Wolski [mailto:redwoodjan(_at_)yahoo(_dot_)com]
Sent: Wednesday, June 11, 2003 12:08 PM
To: mhonarc-users(_at_)mhonarc(_dot_)org
Subject: Command not found

I've exhausted my other resources and have resorted to bugging the gurus at
the mailing list.....

I've just installed MHonArc2.6.3.  The install appeared to go smoothly and,
to my untrained eye, it looks like all the correct directories were created
and the files are in the right place.  However I'm being told by bash that
the mhonarc command can't be found.  My unix is rusty, and I've never used
bash before, but my guess is that a path was not specified for the command.
Doesn't the install do that for me?

Here's what I entered and the results I got:

[big/dom/xcfidsselfhelp/MHonArc2.6.3 ]$ mhonarc -outdir /b
e/[0-9]* -title "CSH1 Archive" -ttitle "CSH1 Threaded Archive"
bash: mhonarc: command not found

I'd sure appreciate your help, it would take me hours to dig out all my unix
stuff to try to figger this out.

- Jan

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