Re: [OT] punctuation (was Re: Configuring w3m for Mozilla)
On 19 Sep 2002 11:22:05 -0500
DvB <email@example.com> wrote:
> firstname.lastname@example.org (Bob Proulx) writes:
> > DvB <email@example.com> [2002-09-19 10:50:34 -0500]:
> > I have taken to offsetting in a block
> > quote format just to be explicit. And it makes cut-n-paste easier.
> > which mozilla
> > But instead of that old csh script 'which' I prefer newer commands
> > such as 'command' or 'type'. (Yes I see that on debian which is now
> > a bash script instead of a csh script. But this is not true
> > everywhere.)
> > type mozilla
> > command -v mozilla
> Those must be relatively new. I graduated from college pretty recently
> and only learned
> which mozilla
> whereis mozilla
> I've always known "type" as the DOS version of cat. I also never gave
> much thought to how they were implemented before :-)
vega:~> type mozilla
type: Command not found.
vega:~> command -v mozilla
command: Command not found.
I'm curious. In what packages can you find these commands?