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Nov
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comment can't type lower cased e in amazon ec2 (Amazon Linux)
@voretaq7 - no, but I'm not exactly sure what it means to run those from a script (obviously I can't run them from the CLI since they contain e :( Is there anything needed in my script to say "this applies to my shell session"?
Nov
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comment can't type lower cased e in amazon ec2 (Amazon Linux)
I guess I disagree; the FAQ says it's not for "general computer troubleshooting"; it's a very specific problem that I'm trying to troubleshoot and with any luck, solve here for others; I already know nobody has the specific answer though (because Google doesn't ;) )
Nov
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comment can't type lower cased e in amazon ec2 (Amazon Linux)
Also, please post your comments as answers; the question is how to troubleshoot and these are some great solutions ;)
Nov
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comment can't type lower cased e in amazon ec2 (Amazon Linux)
I did a sudo su - with no joy; I posted /etc/profile online for review: pastebin.com/s6A37Vxx
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comment can't type lower cased e in amazon ec2 (Amazon Linux)
done; thanks for the suggestion (although I have no idea what to make of it ;) )
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comment How do you install Node.JS on CentOS?
Also, the link refers to /usr/src/redhat, which doesn't seem to exist in my CentOS 5 install (it's at /usr/local/src if I understand correctly)