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Old 10-28-2004, 01:55 AM   #1
lebom
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Restarts PC (redhat 9)Problem


Hi I'm newbie and running linux redhat 9,kernel -2.4.20-9 on my machine and after working on the machine I shut it down,but when I restarts it ,it gives me option to log in my username and password,but after logging in I dont get the taskbar for start and only the xterm window appears with the following messages:

bash ID: command not found
bash ID: command not found
bash ID: command not found
bash[:too many arguments
bash : tput :command not found
bash : tput :command not found
bash : wc :command not found
bash : [::integer expression expected
bash : dircolors:command not found
bash : cut :command not found
bash : cut :command not found
[lebo@scope lebo]$


pls help what should I put on the command to get my desktop utilities
 
Old 10-28-2004, 02:56 AM   #2
PhD
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This looks like a .bashrc ot bash_profile config error. Please look through these files and look for missing semi-colons, and look at the path statement, to make sure that the path there wc, cut etc live are in the path. type ]# set to see what your current environent variables are
 
Old 10-30-2004, 01:50 AM   #3
lebom
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Restarts PC (redhat 9)Problem

Hi thanx for the reply,but I just decided to reinstall redhat fresh again in my machine,then is going well now.
 
  


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