OpenSUSE Install :: Yast2 - Bash Apache Command Not Found
May 3, 2011
I ssh to a remote server which is running in SUSE. And I want to install apache2.0 there. Then I used yast2 to install it. But after installing it, I go to the terminal and type" apache -version" to check if apache is installed there. And it said "-bash: apache: command not found". I don't if I haven't successfully installed it, or I have installed it but just haven't put it into PATH yet. So, my problem is that can anyone tell how to check if I have installed it? If I have installed it, then what is the path of the directory it locates? And if I haven't probably installed it, then can you tell me the how I can installed it? And I am asked to install apache mod_wsgi as well.
While attempting to uninstall Perl (through Yast) from my SUSE installation, it ended up deleted everything important in OS compilers are gone, SVN gone. Its a dedicated server and lots of other applications were running on it. now it says "-bash: yast: command not found".
I am using rhel5 with ip 192.168.0.254.i am using rhel on vmware 7. when i run links 192.168.0.254 then i got error "bash : links : command not found" i want to know why this error is showing? when i use red hat without vmware then there is no problem.
I am having problems installing fortran g95 compiler. I followed the exact instructions listed on the website The G95 Project (click on manual tab for further details), but I am still getting this error when I try using the driver:
shamo@linux-wrws:~> g95 bash: g95: command not found
Here is what I did:
>wget -O - http://ftp.g95.org/g95-x86-linux.tgz | tar xvfz -
The program installed properly, and I was able to verify the installation in /usr/share/g95-install. All the libraries were installed, and I was able to run the actual "executable" when I cd'ed to its directory) Next I created a symbolic link to the driver so that I could run from anywhere using g95 command:
I'm using the yast2 gui interface to configure apache. I think its called yast2_http_server. I added one website with *:80 set as the virtualhost ID. When I go to add a second website with the same thing, it errors out with: The IP address is already configured on another virtual host: *:80/mydomain.com. I have another opensuse box with many websites in apache configured this way.
I am unable to examine Apache httpd error log from YaST2 because the lines are too long; the browser just truncates them and thus it does not show any description. The only option is to save it. However, when I chose that option, YaST2 encourages me to save it in /tmp, and as soon as I do that, the log becomes accessible to every user!
*edit Nevermind I think I found it on YAST * I have been having trouble finding the "make command":If 'make' is not a typo you can use command-not-found to lookup the package that contains it, like this: cnf makeI need to install 'make', 'g++', and all other building tools for suse.
I am running SUSE 10.2 under z/VM 540 and have java working fine. I also have IBM EKM software running fine(if I execuute the script manually).I am trying to start this software automatically following the boot process. I have tried creating a member /etc/init.d/after.local but it does not seem to know where java is./etc/init.d/after.local: line 2: java: command not found"" After I login to any user I can get java -version to work, so my classpath is good.
LINUXEKM:/ # java -version java version "1.5.0" Java(TM) 2 Runtime Environment, Standard Edition (build pxz64dev-20091106a (SR11 ))
I did install a brand new debian etch on my server, update and upgrade has been done.I did installed a postfix and couple of tools ( like courier-* ).But when i want to try to sent a mail with mail command, it says command not found.I did use the method on the bottom of this thread succesfully, but any idea for this tool to be back on my server ?Did i uninstall it when installing a package ?
I am having redhat 5 linux machine running on my windwos x in vmware workstation. Today i was installing oracle software in redhat 5 after editing the bash profile for the oracle user i got the following messages
su - oracle password:***** -bash: [oracle: command not found
i am using scientific linux, fedora 12accidentaly i changed LD_LIBRARY_PATH of the root profile to a different location. so terminal cannot understand any command as i type. is there any other ways to access .bashrc file exept using editors emacs, vi, nedit. my own profile works fine but i dont have permission to access the root folder. only commands the terminal responds to are pwd, cd, echo. i dont have any clue how to restore the library because it locates here:
I'm not entirely sure how to describe this. I've got a user account set up and I've downloaded a few programs I'd like to install. When I'm in my account, I go to the terminal and type then get; $ pkgtool bash: pkgtool: command not found However, if I'm in root and do the same thing, it brings up the menu. What do I have to do to get pkgtool to work from my user account?
I've been using linux for a long time, and I just ran into a problem that has me stumped. Any time I mistype a command, it says "Command not found."... yea, I know that's normal. But it doesn't return me to my # prompt. I have to press Ctrl+C to get back. code...
I know I do have one issue with this computer, I have 2 blown caps on my motherboard. This was a dual boot system, but after a virus with winblows, I decided to switch it to strictly linux. (roommates... *grumble*) I think I was running fc10 before I wiped the hd & installed fc12. Fc12 does seem to be running slower, and I still haven't got my sound card working properly... but that issue is for another topic... -YungBlood Reborn
I recently installed 10.04, in the process of installing MythTV... I'm looking for installed files and find bash no longer finds updatedb or locate commands. I did change /etc/hosts and /etc/hostname to change the name of the box. Could this have hosed those commands? I tried them as root... sudo -i, same result...