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Wed Mar 25 06:23:04 PDT 2009
root:~/linux-184.108.40.206# set | grep PATH
On 3/24/09, Mike McCarty <Mike.McCarty at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> rajesh britto wrote:
> > hi,
> > i entered into the chroot environment and then i tried to install the
> > packages. but it shows the error:
> > root:~/linux-220.127.116.11# pwd
> > /root/linux-18.104.22.168
> > root:~/linux-22.214.171.124# make mrproper
> > make: gcc: Command not found
> > root:~/linux-126.96.36.199#
> > dont know how to proceed. help me in this issue.
> > Note: I am in the chroot environment not in the systems root directory.
> What is your PATH variable?
> $ set | grep PATH
> What happens when you look down the pieces of the PATH variable?
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