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1.3.22-1 cannot find certain commands
- From: Jorgo Miridis <miridis at prodigy dot net dot mx>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Wed, 14 May 2003 12:22:31 -0500
- Subject: 1.3.22-1 cannot find certain commands
I used the latest installer 2.340.2.5 and installed cygwin.
When executing 'ls' in bash I get: ?bash: ls: command not found?
Also 'df' doesn?t work.
I tried other commands: find, type, grep, etc. They DO work.
I searched for the excutables ?ls? and ?ls.exe? but they do not exist in
the cygwin tree.
Is ls a shell builtin?
Can anybody help me find out what's wrong?
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