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“ls” not working on Ubuntu 10.04
All of the sudden the handy command ls stopped working on my Ubuntu 10.04 server. The only thing I did was add a new entry to the PATH environment variable and that was all. Here is the result from ...
Aug 10 '11 at 13:32
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