After backing all my data, I have factory-reset my MBWE while light 1TB last night and re-conf'd it with the Shares etc.
Before I copy all my data back on the drive, I thought I'd give the hack another go.
So, I installed the Optware as in the tut, and I have sudo, bash, less, vim, etc installed, but I can't use them, and it baffles me.
When logged as root, I can use vim and less without no problem.
When logged as another user, I can't.
~ $ pwd /shares ~ $ vim test -sh: vim: not found ~ $ ls | less -sh: less: not found ~ $ sudo vi test -sh: sudo: not found
And yet more disturbingly, I can't find my /etc/sudoers, even though sudo is meant to be installed.
~ # /opt/bin/ipkg list_installed bash - 3.2.54-1 - A bourne style shell less - 444-1 - Less file browser ncurses - 5.7-3 - NCurses libraries ncursesw - 5.7-2 - NCurses libraries with wide char support readline - 6.1-2 - The GNU Readline library provides a set of functions for use by applications that allow users to edit command lines as they are sudo - 220.127.116.11-1 - System utility to execute commands as the superuser vim - 7.3-2 - Yet another version of the vi editor. Successfully terminated. ~ # cat /etc/sudoers cat: /etc/sudoers: No such file or directory
What am I missing ?