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 not recognized as an internal or external command
C:\>ssh
'ssh' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.

C:\>sftp
'sftp' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.

C:\>grep
'grep' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.

C:\>cat
'cat' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.

C:\>dd
'dd' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.

C:\>vi
'vi' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.

C:\>less
'less' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.

C:\>more
^C

1 out of 8!  That's enough of that then.



 Sun, 25 Jul 2004 23:50:06 GMT   
 not recognized as an internal or external command
        I'll be reasonably fair to Dos/Win....
        You have to go install a frickin' 3rd party utility :(
        Mr.Norton can do this, for a price ;)
        Edit, not as good imho, but we should keep religion out of this.
        *blech* Who uses that thing even in unix?

Richard
--
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"handsome, charming and genuinely good at bringing in the money"
E-mail:<re...@cam.ac.uk>
Homepage:http://www.srcf.ucam.org/~ret28



 Mon, 26 Jul 2004 00:26:34 GMT   
 not recognized as an internal or external command

What are the alternatives apart from 'less'?
When I'm just using the shell, and type 'ssh', some of the options go off
the top of the screen, and I cannot read them. Doing 'ssh | more' or 'ssh |
less' does not work either. Give me a clue!



 Mon, 26 Jul 2004 01:05:55 GMT   
 not recognized as an internal or external command

<command> --help |less

I find it kind of amusing that you have to continually tell the system
that you are help | less when you are first starting.

Sorry, it doesn't work with ssh,  some programs are just like that
(notice that there is no help option in the list below).
When you find that this is the case, read the man page.

man ssh

Or, use an xterm and you can scroll back up in the window.

[ewilhelm@Cobalt ewilhelm]$ ssh
Usage: ssh [options] host [command]
Options:
  -l user     Log in using this user name.
  -n          Redirect input from /dev/null.
  -A          Enable authentication agent forwarding.
  -a          Disable authentication agent forwarding.
  -X          Enable X11 connection forwarding.
  -x          Disable X11 connection forwarding.
  -i file     Identity for public key authentication (default: ~/.ssh/identity)
  -t          Tty; allocate a tty even if command is given.
  -T          Do not allocate a tty.
  -v          Verbose; display verbose debugging messages.
              Multiple -v increases verbosity.
  -V          Display version number only.
  -P          Don't allocate a privileged port.
  -q          Quiet; don't display any warning messages.
  -f          Fork into background after authentication.
  -e char     Set escape character; ``none'' = disable (default: ~).
  -c cipher   Select encryption algorithm: ``3des'', ``blowfish''
  -m macs     Specify MAC algorithms for protocol version 2.
  -p port     Connect to this port.  Server must be on the same port.
  -L listen-port:host:port   Forward local port to remote address
  -R listen-port:host:port   Forward remote port to local address
              These cause ssh to listen for connections on a port, and
              forward them to the other side by connecting to host:port.
  -C          Enable compression.
  -N          Do not execute a shell or command.
  -g          Allow remote hosts to connect to forwarded ports.
  -1          Force protocol version 1.
  -2          Force protocol version 2.
  -4          Use IPv4 only.
  -6          Use IPv6 only.
  -o 'option' Process the option as if it was read from a configuration file.
  -s          Invoke command (mandatory) as SSH2 subsystem.



 Mon, 26 Jul 2004 03:43:56 GMT   
 not recognized as an internal or external command
        Ah yes, just noticed that myself. Contact the maintainer, he/she is
an idiot; the help output is going to stderr, not stdout! Help = Error?!!

Richard
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"handsome, charming and genuinely good at bringing in the money"
E-mail:<re...@cam.ac.uk>
Homepage:http://www.srcf.ucam.org/~ret28



 Mon, 26 Jul 2004 03:48:03 GMT   
 not recognized as an internal or external command

the help output goes to stderr, use this command instead:

ssh 2>&1 | less

This is attaching stderr to stdout so they are a single stream



 Sun, 25 Jul 2004 23:06:43 GMT   
 not recognized as an internal or external command
Error Log for Wed, 06 Feb 2002 17:50:06 -0500: segfault in module "Eric
Wilhelm" - dump details are as follows...

That's totally unfair!  I have found that there are plenty of powerful and
useful shell utilities for M$ OS's!

The most useful one without a doubt that puts any nix utility to shame
is...

C:\> format c: /u

I have yet to find a more efficient way to completely remove all the
bullshit from my harddrive. Kudos to M$ for including this wonderful
utility!

--
rapskat  -  1:50am  up  3:05,  3 users,  load average: 0.52, 0.35, 0.14

That which does not kill us, makes us stronger. -- Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche



 Mon, 26 Jul 2004 07:55:34 GMT   
 not recognized as an internal or external command
Error Log for Wed, 06 Feb 2002 22:08:07 -0500: segfault in module
"flatfish+++" - dump details are as follows...

If there was a doubt in anyone's mind....you just killed it.

--
rapskat  -  2:00am  up  3:15,  3 users,  load average: 0.23, 0.27, 0.18

Shit Happens. -- Forrest Gump (?)



 Mon, 26 Jul 2004 07:58:08 GMT   
 not recognized as an internal or external command
news:pan.2002.02.07.02.02.02.859373.1312@gdlteknet.com...

Cute.

I think it was Jesus who said that. Or maybe it was the mayor of Hiroshima.

--
Kadaitcha Man
Moderator: alt.os.windows-xp



 Mon, 26 Jul 2004 08:16:50 GMT   
 not recognized as an internal or external command
In article <pan.2002.02.07.01.59.28.880525.1...@gdlteknet.com>, "rapskat"
<raps...@gdlteknet.com> muttered something like:

Well... "rm -rf /" does it in less characters, though that doesn't
include the root login.

--
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w+>--- O !M-- V-- PS+(-) PE- Y-- PGP- t+>++ 5>+ X R>+ tv+ b++(+++)
DI++++ D++ G e>+++ h! r-- y?



 Mon, 26 Jul 2004 11:49:33 GMT   
 not recognized as an internal or external command

Try 'putty'. It works OK. http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty

No clue where to get that one.

'Find' works well.

'Type' is the equivalent.

'Rawrite.exe' is the equivalent.

'Edit.com' or perhaps notepad, or wordpad. Also the Win32 binary version of
JED is quite nice. Vim has a Win32 port.

There is a Win32 version of 'less'. I can't remember where to get it, but I
have it on a few machines.

Of course.

Well, 7 out of 8 if you're willing to put up with diminished functionality.

Oh oh, try these, they're good:

   http://unxutils.sourceforge.net/

--

Bones

The opinions stated here are my own, and do
not necessarily reflect those of my employer.



 Mon, 26 Jul 2004 17:15:01 GMT   
 not recognized as an internal or external command

Yeah, really.  I can't tell you the number of times I've had to cycle my
laptop off and on because Win ME locked tight as a drum.  Oh, but the
fonts are really good looking.  

As far as XP being any better than ME, well, that wouldn't be too hard
to accomplish.  For one, with Linux, you can easily run top and see what
the hell is locking up.  Windows just locks up without warning, and who
knows where the problem is half of the time?

Weren't you saying Win ME was supposed to be so great when the POS first
came out?  I'm sure when Windows 2010 comes out, you'll be saying about
how XP was this POS, and you never liked it in the first place.  Also,
do you feel comfortable with Bill Gates squeezing your ballsack so
tightly with this whole XP snooping/produt activation thing they've got
in place?

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 Mon, 26 Jul 2004 18:21:04 GMT   
 not recognized as an internal or external command
Error Log for Thu, 07 Feb 2002 12:04:22 -0500: segfault in module
"flatfish+++" - dump details are as follows...

My experience tells me otherwise.  I first installed Linux 4 motnhs ago
with absolutely no prior nix experience.  In the first month of use I
setup a firewall/router, DHCP server, Mail server. WEB and FTP server
without a hitch.

I have installed various distros on 5 different systems with no major
issues to date. Total monetary investment so far has been less than $100,
and most of that was for reference books.

I have created scripts that have automated all the mundane tasks that I
used to have to do manually with that other OS.  My systems are faster,
more responsive, way more stable, more configurable and more fun now.
Linux has made computing less of a chore and more of an enjoyable
experience again.  I have been able to do things in linux within a couple
of months that I still can't or don't know how to do with that other OS,
and I don't think that I am a stupid person (I could be wrong).

Maybe I am just lucky, but I do not find linux to be at all
"self-exterminating".  If anything, I think it is "self-gratifying".

I respect your opinion though...

...NOT!

--
rapskat  - 12:10pm  up 13:25,  4 users,  load average: 0.58, 0.47, 0.28

Windows is like a box of chocolates...you never know what you're gonna get



 Mon, 26 Jul 2004 18:23:24 GMT   
 not recognized as an internal or external command
flatfish claims:

It looks to me like the ones who are losing their os's seems to be the poor
xp users here.  I have never seen such a need to "just reinstall" the os to
fix problems that have suddenly "popped up".  Maybe you guys think this is
acceptable, but I find it pretty much pathetic.

Sorry, I never "lost" a linux installation yet, especially not to
self-destruction.  I suppose if I logged in as root and blindly deleted
things, I could easily break my setup.  However, simply booting up xp seems
to result in situations where the only cure is a wipe-out and reinstall.
Even their "go back" junk doesn't help half the time.  Creating new
technology to try and "auto correct" an underlying flaw is not what I would
call "advancing an os" anyway.  I mean, man......... these windows
installations are only months old and they're screwing up right and left.

mb  (choosing to "just say no" to os activation)



 Mon, 26 Jul 2004 18:31:44 GMT   
 not recognized as an internal or external command

You must be doing something wrong. :)



 Mon, 26 Jul 2004 20:42:49 GMT   
 
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