Thursday, April 14, 2005
How to Quickly Find an Executable in Linux/UNIX
Thanks to Karen at McKesson in Denver for reminding us about this handy command during a Linux onsite workshop. When you need to quickly find the path to an executable, use “which”. Here’s an example: “which named” returns on a RedHat 9 system, “/usr/sbin/named“. We’ll show you lots more handy commands and shortcuts when you schedule our Linux Training Seminar at your location for an onsite presentation. Cost effective for four or more, our Linux onsite training workshop offers two full days of Linux installation, configuration, optimizing, and troubleshooting. Click here or call 206.988.5858 to schedule yours’ today!