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Re: Git Bash Bug




On Fri, 2017-07-14 at 09:59 -0500, Kavita Desai wrote:
> What does "echo $PATH" show?
> /c/Users/Kavita/

Well, there you go.  That's clearly wrong.

You absolutely have to have /bin and /usr/bin on your PATH, _at least_
if you want to be able to run standard UNIX tools.  And most likely
you'll have a ton of other directories on your PATH as well.

I would investigate the shell configuration files etc. and see where
you've messed up resetting your PATH variable.

> What does "type -a ls" show?
> ls is aliased to `ls -F --color=auto --show-control-chars'

Yep.  There is no ls binary found.