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I got a problem about mondo. It was started when I tried to install glibc which is a dependency package for findutils. I was able to perform a backup with mondo before. Now, when I run mondoarchive it gives me: mondoarchive: cannot be found.. I've verified mondo with locate command everything are intact. What seems to be the solution? Any thoughts...By the way, system is fedora 5....
By the way, i believe it wasnt glibc that hinders mondo. Certainly, I installed man using yum... It triggered me to install man b'coz when I tried these commands "man mandoarchive" it gave me man command not found. I'm able to view manual pages on commands including mandoarchive after installation. But, still can't run the program. I've tried to reinstall mando with 2.2 version (released Oct 10-06) and yet still dont works.