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From 毛宏 <maohong1...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: a problem when starting datanodes
Date Tue, 23 Mar 2010 13:11:52 GMT
I use "file /usr/bin/env" to check if /usr/bin/env is present in my
system and the answer is yes.  
But why does it still display   
 datanode1:/usr/bin/env : bash:  No such file or directory  
 datanode2:/usr/bin/env : bash:  No such file or directory        ?


在 2010-03-23二的 19:56 +0800,liu chang写道:
> Sorry, your error message says bash is not found. You should already
> have /usr/bin/env.
> 
> Bash is installed by default in most Linux distributions. It could be
> that bash is not installed on your system, or your PATH environmental
> variable is somehow messed up. Can you execute 'bash' in your shell?
> 
> On Tue, Mar 23, 2010 at 7:51 PM, liu chang <liuchangjohn@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Check if /usr/bin/env is present in your system:
> >
> > file /usr/bin/env
> >
> > If not, you probably have /bin/env instead. Verify using:
> >
> > file /bin/env
> >
> > If you have /bin/env but not /usr/bin/env, you can make a symbolic link for it:
> >
> > ln -s /usr/bin/env /bin/env
> >
> > You need to execute the command above as root.
> >
> > Liu Chang
> >
> > On Tue, Mar 23, 2010 at 7:48 PM, 毛宏 <maohong1987@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Hi all,
> >>        I install Hadoop in three machines, my pc is the namenode, two other
pc
> >> are the datanodes, but when I execute  bin/start-dfs.sh, it displays
> >> these two line as follows:
> >>                               datanode1: /usr/bin/env: bash: No such
> >> file or directory
> >>                               datanode2: /usr/bin/env: bash: No such
> >> file or directory
> >>
> >>        What does it mean?  How to solve this problem?
> >>        Thanks for your attention~
> >>
> >>
> >



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