Learning the Terminal in Jaguar, Part 1
Subject:   sudo: pico: command not found
Date:   2003-01-28 11:32:51
From:   alphaville
Following along with your excellent articles here, but have hit a roadblock.

sudo: pico: command not found

A 'search' (in aqua) for 'pico' reveals nothing, but I wouldn't really expect it to.

Any hints, tips, experience, advice will be much appreciated.
TIA, mm

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  • Chris Stone photo sudo: pico: command not found
    2003-01-28 11:47:29  Chris Stone | O'Reilly AuthorO'Reilly Blogger [View]

    Any luck if you try this?


    If not, did you by chance deselect the "BSD Subsystem" item of the custom install screen when installing OS X?

    If so, just insert your Jaguar CD -- no need to boot
    off of it. Find the Welcome to Mac OS X/Optional Installs/BSD Subsystem file and double-click it. That should install what you need...

    Hope that helps,

    • sudo: pico: command not found
      2003-01-28 12:24:33  alphaville [View]

      Mondo Thanks & kudo's on positively the fastest turn around reply I've ever experienced.
      for reference...
      /usr/bin/pico progress
      Installing BSD pkg (& thanks for your incredibly concise direction), has put it, & me back on the rails.

      Thanks again