Originally Posted by Juicyapple
The server is a Hosted Server. running PLESK 8.4.
System info is as follows.
'./configure' '--build=i686-redhat-linux-gnu' '--host=i686-redhat-linux-gnu' '--target=i386-redhat-linux-gnu'
I have only SSH access (Chrooted),
however the above posted commands i cannot seems to run with success.
bash: whereis: command not found
bash: uname: command not found
All these commands would usually be found in /bin and /usr/bin and there is no good reason for a hosted server to not allow you to have them.
You don't need to run find
as root. What is the output of:
2>/dev/null find / -type f -name tar
But can you get root? If the file is not found, you may be able to load it via yum.