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Re: print directory tree



On Wed, 13 Oct 2004 20:37:55 -0500, dale <dalen czexan net> wrote:
> Joe wrote:
> > What does one need to do to get 'tree' to be seen?
> > I get a "command not found" on a basic Fedora install and in a user
> > account added via adduser
> I didn't have it installed either.
> yum search tree shows
> Available package: tree.i386 0:1.4b3-3 from fedora-us-2 matches with
> A utility which displays a tree view of the contents of directories.
> from root run the following
> yum install tree
> 
> Note: I use fedora.us + livna.org rather than the standard fedora
> repositories (I'm not sure if tree is in the standard repositories).

I have a std "everything" fc2 install and tree is there and rpm -qi
tree shows it to be a redhat rpm. So I will assume that its available
on the cds.

Pybe


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