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6 Responses to “Zithromax For Sale”


  1. gremoz Says:

    Hi, please check command “sudo ./usr/libexec/locate.updatedb”. Its looks like, you’ve got an error in the path, it should be without “.”


  2. Simon Says:

    @greymoz – I’ve always used a . to tell the shell I want to execute the item I’m referencing. Is there another/better way to do this?


  3. Nicolas Says:

    Thanks for this, I was wondering what happened to my locate command.

    By the way, with the ./, your command will only work when you’re in the root directory. The ‘./’ tells it to execute relative to the working directory. If you give a directory structure though, it’ll automatically attempt to execute what you provide.

    so

    /usr/libexec/locate.updatedb will execute the command despite whatever your working directory

    cd /usr libexec/locate.updatedb will also execute locate.updatedb.

    cd /usr/libexec ./locate.updatedb will execute only if locate.updatedb is in your working directory


  4. Rémy Says:

    Just like you said, the . indicates the shell to look for the specified path from the working directory.

    The command you provided, sudo ./usr/libexec/locate.updatedb, should therefore only work if your current working directory is the /, namely the root.

    I used the following command : sudo /usr/libexec/locate.updatedb. It’s an absolute path, contrary to yours which is a relative path.


  5. Simon Says:

    Thanks for the responses, and the explanation regarding using my originally posted, and problem causing:

    sudo ./usr/libexec/locate.updatedb

    Which I’ve now updated to avoid any more issues.


  6. Bartholomew Bates Says:

    By the way, with the ./, your command will only work when you’re in the root directory. The ‘./’ tells it to execute relative to the working directory. If you give a directory structure though, it’ll automatically attempt to execute what you provide. +1

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