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I'm not entirely sure if this an appropriate question to post here, if not i apologize, but here goes. i recently did a fresh install of my linux (its a debian based distro) and whenever i try to use the "info" command, it says its not a command? why cant i use the info command? it just says its not a command? any help would be greatly appreciated.

2/18/2019 7:21:55 AM


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Some commands are not built-in and must be installed by user if needs.


Should work reference guide


If you can't access or use it. Try installing it: `sudo apt install -y info` Hope it works!


Linux, like it's predecessor Unix, come in different 'flavors'. It is open source...


Lets try: $sudo info


+HD Ryan i still get the same thing :(