jim at well.com
Sat Feb 2 17:14:44 PST 2008
bash : memtest : command not found
// change the value of your PATH environment variable
// don't mistype
// must have been successful, but what happened?
# memtest --help
// does that provide any info?
$ man memtest
// that should yield a man page, does it?
On Feb 2, 2008, at 4:54 PM, Alex Kleider wrote:
> thanks, Sameer, Kristian and Asheesh;
> am I to conclude that memtest is only a boot option,
> and that testing memory is NOT something that can be done from the
> command line of an already running Linux system?
> $ memtest
> gave me a command not found message, while
> # memtest
> just immediately puts another command prompt onto the next line with no
> message of any kind and no indication that anything was done.
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