RE: [nslu2-linux] FW: [nslu2-general] cp -l
- die amme or anyone,
I am almost there. It's installed and I can make it function, but I have to
call it out as...
Is there a method to link this to make it the default? If I just use the #
cp -l it does not work, because it calls the built in cp.
Is this just as simple as # rm /bin/cp and then # /opt/bin/cp -l /opt/bin/cp
Thanks for the help!
I have also Unslung 5.5 and coreutils installed.
For me cp -l works, see attached txt-file.
Install it with:
ipkg install coreutils
make a reboot!
--- Aaron Hoyt <aaron.hoyt@...>
> >>coreutils contains the real GNU cp.___________________________________________________________
> >Do I need to have OpenSlug to get this utility?
> The Package details for
> >Unslung version seems to be missing cp. Can I
> install the OpenSlug version
> >on my Unslung slug?
> I initially asked the above question on the General
> list and did not get
> further response. Can someone here help out?
> I first checked out the Wiki and then asked how to
> get the cp command to
> respond to cp -l. The abbreviated answer above
> pointed me in a direction.
> Going through the Wiki again, I was able to find the
> coreutils package, but
> the details above indicate the next part of the
> problem. I am just looking
> for a functional cp -l on an Unslung slug (I have 2
> Please help,
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- nope, that would be the trick.
Feel free to ignore my post moments ago about rm and cp
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Sent: Monday, February 27, 2006 3:17 PM
Subject: [nslu2-linux] Re: FW: [nslu2-general] cp -l
Aaron Hoyt <aaron.hoyt@...> writes:
> >>coreutils contains the real GNU cp.
> >Do I need to have OpenSlug to get this utility? The Package details for
> >Unslung version seems to be missing cp. Can I install the OpenSlug
> >on my Unslung slug?Whilst installing unslung packages on openslug will generally work you are
likely to be less successful the other way round. coreutils 5.2.1-8 for
here does include the cp command and it does have the -l option on it. You
made sure your path has got /opt/bin before /bin haven't you?
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