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  1. #1
    kadamsagar123 NNTP User

    Default Commands go on reducing Automatically


    Hello All,

    I am working with Open Suse 10.2.
    I have a problem with the set of commands available with me.By pressing
    TAB key twice we can know the nos of commands available right !!
    2 days back it showed me 5545 and today it is showing me 5525.
    Few days back I tried with "Hier" command which shows the hierarchy of
    file structure. BUt today it is not present.This confirmed my doubt that
    they are getting vanished.Can any one please tell me what is happening.
    Thankyou,

    BR,
    Sagar kadam


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  2. #2
    ab@novell.com NNTP User

    Default Re: Commands go on reducing Automatically

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    Apparently somebody either removed the command from the system (or at
    least from where it can be executed), you changed users, or the $PATH
    has been modified and doesn't point to where 'Hier' exists anymore. So,
    what did it come with? Where did it go? What has changed and who has
    access to change it?

    Good luck.





    kadamsagar123 wrote:
    > Hello All,
    >
    > I am working with Open Suse 10.2.
    > I have a problem with the set of commands available with me.By pressing
    > TAB key twice we can know the nos of commands available right !!
    > 2 days back it showed me 5545 and today it is showing me 5525.
    > Few days back I tried with "Hier" command which shows the hierarchy of
    > file structure. BUt today it is not present.This confirmed my doubt that
    > they are getting vanished.Can any one please tell me what is happening.
    > Thankyou,
    >
    > BR,
    > Sagar kadam
    >
    >

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  3. #3
    kadamsagar123 NNTP User

    Default Re: Commands go on reducing Automatically


    Thanks for ur reply.
    But I am the only one using this PC & nobody else can mess with it.
    Ok if the problem is with path then where is that executable vanished
    since it is not found with locate comamnd nor with the find command


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  4. #4
    kadamsagar123 NNTP User

    Default Re: Commands go on reducing Automatically


    Nops the commands are not deleted from the dir nor is the path changed


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  5. #5
    ab@novell.com NNTP User

    Default Re: Commands go on reducing Automatically

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    There aren't many options. If a command cannot be run then either it
    doesn't exist or it can't be found. I suppose it could be permissions
    as well.... if your current user does not have permissions to execute
    the file (via the execute bit) it also will not show up. Also keep in
    mind that if you hit tab twice and you are just completing files in
    general and so the directory you are in will matter significantly.

    Good luck.




    kadamsagar123 wrote:
    > Nops the commands are not deleted from the dir nor is the path changed
    >
    >

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