poke command

Posted on 2011-02-18
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
how to install and find poke in fedora ?
Question by:aashee
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What this command is supposed to do?

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i don't know ? or maybe it is an alias . how can i find out if it is an alias ?

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If it's not installed, you cannot find out anything... it's a catch-22.

Why do you need it, then?

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