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I need to make the instruction :
      rexec (hostname) ls
in my SCO enterprise 5.0 but i don´t have rexec command.
WhY?
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Question by:ricardo tamagnini
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I don't know if you don't have the rexec command or it's not in your path. One way to find out is to do:
    find / -name rexec -print
Hope you'll find it.

Regards,
Minh Lai
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