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Friday, April 27, 2012
Where is my Cygwin whereis?
THE useful whereis command was AWOL from my most recent Cygwin install. As blog.arithm mentions you can this and many more Unix-y commands from the util-linux package, "a suite of essential utilities for any Linux system":
Posted by Philip Steiner at 2:12 PM
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Thank you for this! I was missing whereis, but I also regained reset and more. I'd forgotten I'd been typing "reset" and sighing every time before running "clear" :PReplyDelete