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Old 04-11-2012, 05:36 PM
Gabriel Cruz
 
Default bash: Some: command not found

I know, it's veeeery old, but I had the same problem and found the
solution which is the comment on the line:
"#Some more alias to avoid making mistakes" of the file ".bashrc" was
uncommented. How the bash says: Command not found

Some is not a command right? Yeh... right!

So this is it twelve years later!

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