Re: traceroute /usr/bin -> /usr/sbin
>>>>> "Keith" == Keith G Murphy <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> AIX 4.2 : traceroute is /usr/bin/traceroute AIX 4.1 :
>> traceroute is /usr/bin/traceroute
>> [but then whoever said AIX is Unix :-)]
Keith> Maybe IRIX is not so unusual:
Keith> On AIX 4.3:
Keith> # which ifconfig /etc/ifconfig
Yes but check it (on 4.2 and 4.1 at least) :-
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root system 18 Jan 10 2000 /etc/ifconfig -> /usr/sbin/ifconfig*
Thats because on AIX /etc is in the PATH before /usr/sbin and /sbin
(by default at least), and /etc was the place for a lot of binaries on
3.1. I believe the migration to /usr/sbin started in 3.2 but its along
while ago and I can't remember exactly.
And this perhaps highlights a reasonable way of doing things if
standards dictate, move but leave a link for backward compatibilty
(and that link, if it exists in 4.3, has been there for almost 10
Your mouse has moved.
Windows NT must be restarted for the change to take effect.
Reboot now? [OK]