Gedit command not found centos
I had the same issue on my fresh Ubuntu 64 bit installation, and the path was set up correctly. Thus, which adb would resolve correctly, but trying to run it would fail with adb: command not found. The very helpful guys at #android-dev pointed me to the solution, namely that the . Thanks for the tip about using the rpm command to query. Very useful. In the end I found out what I needed to install was an application / utility called 'setuptool' which allows you to configure various things such as the firewall etc. Thanks for your help. – Joe Jul 6 '11 at A common reason for not finding the groupadd command is that you are trying to access it as a user that does not have read access to the program, which is typically found in /usr/sbin/groupadd. You will need to assume the root user's identity, either with su or sudo or logging in as root, and then you should find the command.