Re: mysterious /bin commands
Date: Wed, 7 Jan 2004 20:59:23 +0000
On Wed, 7 Jan 2004, Hagit wrote:
> VERY STRANGE thing is happened to me.
> I am running Linux on MPC8260ADS. When I have removed the /bin/lsmod
> and tried to run the command 'lsmod' and I succeded. I even typed
> /bin/lsmod and the command was executed. I tried to find any other
> location of this command and there isn't. Where does it run the
> command???? I have tried the same thing with other command in the /bin
> and I got the same results!!!!
> Please help
My guess would be that the 'lsmod' that you deleted from the /bin
directory was a symbolic link to the actual program which is in a
different directory - it's in /sbin in the Debian system I'm using. If
the /sbin (or whatever) directory is in your $PATH, the program would run
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