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I've searched all over the web for a solution to this issue, with no success.

I retrieved this command from this forum answer.

But this only returns for me:

sudo: udpate-alternatives: command not found

I did find another forum response that indicated I should install chkconfig, which I did install, but I got the same result.

Any thoughts?

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closed as too localized by Jorge Castro, Anwar Shah, Takkat, jokerdino, Ringtail Sep 13 '12 at 3:57

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Woah, this software fails if /bin/sh isn't bash? That's what we call bashism, and it's a bug in their software, not something you should be required to work around. You should make sure it's reported as a bug in their bug tracker. – geirha Feb 26 '12 at 13:04

you had a typo:

udpate-alternatives should be update-alternatives

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