When I type 'python' in the command line, red hat tries to specifically call '/usr/bin/python'
It seems that redhat is hiding a bash script somewhere that is named python that calls that script, but I can't find that shell script!
I also heared that redhat have scripts in place to modify the calls to some commands, like a script that will call 'rm' with the '-i'. I thought this might be the same, and I want to know where these scripts are.
This is a snippet from my command line that might be useful:
it will either look like most other files in the dir or something like
python -> /usr/bin/python
if it is the former, it is probably a broken script
if it is the later, it may be a broken link
/usr/local/bin/python is the actual python binary. When I type is as a full path, it works. The problem is when I type 'python' alone. Eventhough /usr/local/bin is in my path, it keeps telling me that '/usr/bin/python' is not a valid script. There is no '/usr/bin/python' on my box!