> On Thu, May 31, 2001 at 03:17:11PM +0100, Brendan Halpin wrote:
>> > How do I control the remote path from scp's point of view? The path
> > I have in the shell (on the remote machine) sees scp but there
> > seems to be no scp1 anywhere. The ssh binary is in the same place
> > as scp, so it seems to be found...
>> The ssh binary doesn't need to be found when you ssh in, and your path when
> you ssh in and get a shell is not necessarily the same as when you do an
> scp. Try doing
>> ssh remote_box type scp
type scp ?
Wassa this 'type' command ?
ssh remote_box which scp
Or is there black magic going on there ?
AHHHH ! Found it - bash shell specific command..
Right - back to the caffine - ignore my ramblings...
Non tcsh compliant garbage... grumble - mumble..
Sheesh - what is the world coming to.
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