Article:
  Learning the Terminal in Jaguar, Part 1
Subject:   sudo: pico: command not found
Date:   2003-01-28 11:32:51
From:   alphaville
Greetings,
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?

    /usr/bin/pico

    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,

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

      Chris,
      Mondo Thanks & kudo's on positively the fastest turn around reply I've ever experienced.
      for reference...
      /usr/bin/pico ..no progress
      Installing BSD pkg (& thanks for your incredibly concise direction), has put it, & me back on the rails.

      Thanks again
      best,
      mm