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From:Paul DuBois Date:May 5 1999 12:40pm
Subject:Re: [MySQL]$editor : not found, YET! :)
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At 1:14 PM +0200 5/5/1999, Jens Ellegiers wrote:
>Marco,
>
>did you really use backticks around the second which vi?
>
>Try to copy/paste the string of what Tim wrote. You are using single
>quotes instead of backticks.
>
>Marco Lopez wrote:
>>
>> This is the exact output I got. The only difference with what mysql
>> gives me is the word 'which'. Does it say something too obvious for
>> me???
>>
>> % sh
>> $ which vi
>> /usr/bin/vi
>> $ $EDITOR='which vi' mysql -e 'select 1 ass foo\e'
>> /usr/bin/vi=which vi: not found
>> $ exit

1) Use `which vi` rather than 'which vi' (the type of quote is
significant
2) Don't put a $ in from of EDITOR (use EDITOR, not $EDITOR).
The $ in the example that was suggested for you to try is sh's
prompt, not a $ that you type.

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Paul DuBois, paul@stripped
Northern League Chronicles: http://www.snake.net/nl/
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