My Server supports Python?
tismer at tismer.com
Sat May 6 23:45:04 CEST 2000
> Will Ware wrote:
> > Courageous (jkraska1 at san.rr.com) wrote:
> > > % find / -name "python*" -print
> > He could also just do:
> > which python
> > though "find" and "which" both assume a Unix system. Assuming his
> > path is set up correctly,...
> Yeah. I was assuming since the word "server" was used and a
> command line was mentioned, it just about had to be unix.
> The advantage to the find, of course, is that it will find
> python even if he hasn't had it put into his path (which is
> a possibility).
Well, if an ISP is really supporting Python, and if typing
some shell at some site > python
doesn't give the desired result, you may for sure assume
that they don't support it, at least not in the way it
should be, right?
would-never-happen-at-my-site-as-you-know-ly y'rs - chris
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