What sort of error message did you get when you typed ./vi?Quote:>I had to resort to booting up my Linux partition from an
>install disk and then mounting the partition with
>mount /dev/hda2 /mnt. I then changed directories to
>/mnt/home/bin, which contained a copy of vi. I tried
>executing it, but could get Linux to recognize that
>it was vi in the current directory that I wanted. I
>tried ./vi and still no luck.
You didn't have the disc mounted noexec did you?
John Winters. Wallingford, Oxon, England.
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