can't find my ps command

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  1. Kevin Clark

    Kevin Clark New Member

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    I can't seem to find it. I may have lost it, or didn't have it at all. I know that I have to type the whole path for the ls command. /var/hack/bin/ls to get it to work. I have looked for the ps, but I can't find it. Is there somewhere that I can download it, or can someone post it here or pm me with it. Thanks in advance.

    I have a DSR 6000
     
  2. rbautch

    rbautch User

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    It's included in alphawolf's all-in-one utility set. If you don't already have it in busybox, download it and FTP it there.
     
  3. Kevin Clark

    Kevin Clark New Member

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    where can I find alphawolfs utility. I where would I put it or the box utility?
     
  4. Diana Collins

    Diana Collins Well-Known Member TCF Club

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    The "Alphawolf utility" IS busybox. Busybox is a single executable that performs several basic Linux functions. It can be found on the site that gives you a DEAL on a DATABASE from a .COM. ;) (the forum software blocks putting the URL together)
     
  5. Kevin Clark

    Kevin Clark New Member

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    Once I download and extract it, where do I install it to?
     
  6. Gunnyman

    Gunnyman Just a boring dude

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    on the tivo /busybox
    then just make sure /busybox is in your tivo's path statement.
     
  7. Kevin Clark

    Kevin Clark New Member

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    okay, so I ftp it to its own directory, lets say /var/hack/busybox. Then if I want to ps or whatever, then I would type at the bash prompt: /var/hack/busybox/whatevercommand.

    Is that right? I hope I understand.
     
  8. Gunnyman

    Gunnyman Just a boring dude

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    you can add /busybox to your path but being that the 6000 is a series 1, I have no idea where you do that.
     

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