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Old 12-16-2010, 03:17 AM   #1
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upgarde command version

hi guys i have simple problem i want to update my command version lets think i have find command version 4.2

find --version
and i want to upgrade it to 4.4 i dont know where i can download newer version of command and put it under the $PATH

plz help me
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You should probably download the source and compile it yourself -

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It always helps when you tell us which ditro and version you are using. Such as Centos5.5 64bit. Any answers given without that infomation can cause you a lot of problems.


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