Are you sure /usr/bin is in your path? For some reason the default tcsh
"startup" scripts have been disabled by default in 10.2. Follow the
instructions in /usr/share/tcsh/examples/README to enable them again.
Could this be the problem?
On thursday, sep 5, 2002, at 09:04 Europe/Stockholm, Chris Linstruth
Don't know what you're seeing, but m4 is right here:
% where m4
10.1.5 upgraded to 10.2
Chris Linstruth <email@hidden>
On Thu, 5 Sep 2002, Dan Johnson wrote:
Anyone else missing their m4 macro processor? I just installed Jaguar
today, and m4 seems to be among the missing, so I can't rebuild
sendmail.cf from /usr/share/sendmail/conf.
This might seem like a stupid question, I guess, but the reason I
traded Linux for OS X was to avoid having to deal with these kinds of