Preface: Ubuntu 8.10: I've been doing a lot of tinkering with various software lately, but I haven't (deliberately or directly) made modifications to any system files except /etc/fstab
I'm currently having an issue with operating in bash via either PuTTY or xterm. I'm fully willing to believe that I caused the change by doing something I didn't mean to, but I really am unclear as to what I did or how to fix it.
Here's the problem: commands that I try to execute in Bash seem to be looking at a different directory than my working directory. Take a look at this sample output:
Templates <-- !
andrew@toumar:~$ Thunar <-- ?
As you can see, I am in a directory with one item that starts with a capital T, which is Templates, but when I type a 'T' and hit tab, I get Thunar. I also can't seem to execute CideroApps_unix_1_5_3.sh with ./ when I'm in that directory (although I could be mistaken about ./ as the way to execute .sh files).
I'm pretty lost about what I need to do, because I'm not clear on how I got myself here. Any advice would be greatly appreciated, and I can gladly provide more information if it might be useful.