Re: The "no" command?

I got the code from the ftp, the most current stable release.
Here's the output from gnome-core-1.0.5 (retyped by me)
make[2]: Entering directory `/root/gnome/gnome-core-1.0.5/pr'
file=./`echo es_DO | sed 's,.*/,,'`.gmo \
&& rm -f $file && PATH=../src/:$PATH no -o $file es_DO.po
/bin/sh: no: command not found

That's it.

Reid Sutherland
Network Administrator
ISYS Technology Inc.
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-----Original Message-----
From: Jacob Christen <>
To: <>
Date: Friday, April 23, 1999 2:22 PM
Subject: Re: The "no" command?

>Reid Sutherland wrote:
>> What is this "no" command? I'm trying to compile the core and it gives me
>> error saying it can't find the command "no". Am I new? I've never heard
>> this command, althought, I don't devel, so maybe I'm missing something.
>> Any ideas?
>give us an output listing? (my hunch is if you got the code from CVS mebbe
>developer fat-fingered something *gasp* say it ain't so!)
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