From: Ronan Cunniffe (rcunniff at domain tcd.ie)
Date: Mon 13 Sep 1999 - 10:59:50 IST
Ok. I install Linux with basic networking, no frills. I test the
networking... ping works ok. Telnet... hah, forgot to install. Find the
rpm, install it.
telnet: Command not found.
Logout. Login. Telnet. No problem. Except for bad memories of "Windows
has finished upgrading your software. Would you like to restart windows
now? [Yes] [Yes]"
It's obvious (sticking my neck out?) that Linux (or just tcsh?) is
caching the binaries on the path. Can I refresh this somehow _without_
losing my precious command history?
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