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    Are there no programs installed at all..? If you can, do an ls of the following directories: /bin, /usr/bin, /sbin, /usr/sbin and post a link to a txt file with that output (if you can) or just post in the thread. That way we don't have to keep asking "Do you have <program> installed?"
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    no /usr, but here's /bin:

    afpd
    appd
    atalkd
    autoburncd
    bdflush
    bootd
    cdwrite
    cleanup
    cp
    dhcp
    discover
    domounts
    e2fsck
    fastcdcreate
    fastcdload
    fdisk
    ftpd
    gdbserver
    httpd
    inetd
    init
    ipxstart
    killall
    klogd
    lcdd
    login
    ls
    mke2fs
    mkfs.minix
    mkisofs
    mkswap
    mountmgr
    nmbd
    oem
    reboot
    reflash
    rm
    rpc.mountd
    rpc.nfsd
    rpc.portmap
    sh
    showmount
    smbd
    swapon
    syslogd
    telnetd

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