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Why i am unable to run all commands that usually works on redhat , but not working in fedora 9?
ex: chkconfig whn i typed it shows command not there
but man chkconfig ,it works fine,
and then ifconfig, xinetd -service is not avilable, like wise do i have to do any changes in fedora to enable all commands?
Did you try running them as a regular user, or logged in as root (either through a login program, or "su -" or similar)? If you were logged in as a normal user or otherwise had non-root environment, the sbin/ directories may not have been in the $PATH variable, and thus any executables there will not be "found" when you type in their name without full path.
if it still doesn't work, there's something odd going on.
The other way, if you don't have the directories in $PATH, is to simply run them with full path to the executable.
hi guys dont worry about these "command not found" caution, just set the environment variable u can access all the commands , i did my self
type it njoy the fedora;
actually the variables are set by default
here we have to set