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How to run "fuser" command in Linux.When i typed "fuser" command in linux on terminal it says not found.Do i have to install it seprately
Posted 10-Sep-12 1:38am
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 10-Sep-12 17:48pm
   
Are you sure? No mistype, not misinterpreted error message? What exactly is "not found"?
It could tell you that a file not found or something like that...
--SA

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No, you don't need to install it. Instead, please see my comment to the question. If you supply no parameter to the command line "fuser", no found it will inform you that a file not found. I suspect this is what happened — you just need to read properly. See also:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fuser_%28Unix%29[^],
http://linux.die.net/man/1/fuser[^].

—SA
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Tarun Batra at 11-Sep-12 2:19am
   
It says command not found.Sir actually i wanna to find out the exact location of file which the application is accessing,with lsof i can see a application many files,how to find the exact file location

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