I am running a Amazon ec2 instance on amazon’s linux.
Whenever I run anything
sudo yum it give me this:
sudo: yum: command not found ec2-user$ rpm -qf /usr/bin/yum yum-3.2.29-30.24.amzn1.noarch ec2-user$ which yum /usr/bin/yum
which yum while in root gives:
root$ which yum /usr/bin/which: no yum in (/sbin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bn:/usr/local/bin:/opt/aws/bin)
This is a new ec2 instance two days old. When I first logged in I ran
sudo yum update and everything wen’t well. What changed?
You have a typo in root’s
/usr/bin the path entry reads
I can’t be sure if this is because Amazon has screwed up something, or you made a change to your
PATH and accidentally deleted the
i, but that appears to be the cause of the problem.
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