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Shell 2.4.1: Could not load command 'mkpgrp'

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adamman71
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Hi,

I am trying to use the mkgrp command in JXTA Shell version 2.4.1, but the shell cannot load command 'mkpgrp'. I could not find a corresponding open incident in the bug database.

In addition, the 'man' command does not provide the list of all commands. It displays:

JXTA>man
The 'man' command is the primary manual system for the JXTA Shell.
The usage of man is:

JXTA> man []

For instance typing
JXTA> man Shell
displays man page about the Shell

The following commands are available:

JXTA>

But the list of available commands is not displayed. So, I cannot find out if mkpgrp has been replaced by another command.

Any solutions? Thanks !!!

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adamman71
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Ok, I just reported the 'man' issue (http://shell.jxta.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=173). Thanks.

propaan
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You should use newpgrp. See "man join" in the shell:

EXAMPLE

JXTA>mygroupadv = newpgrp -n mygroup
JXTA>grp = join -d mygroupadv

This creates a new peer group which is cloning the services
of the parent peer group.

Cheers,

Prop

tra
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> Hi,
>
> I am trying to use the mkgrp command in JXTA Shell
> version 2.4.1, but the shell cannot load command
> 'mkpgrp'. I could not find a corresponding open
> incident in the bug database.
>
> In addition, the 'man' command does not provide the
> list of all commands. It displays:
>
> JXTA>man
> The 'man' command is the primary manual system for
> the JXTA Shell.
> The usage of man is:
>
> JXTA> man []
>
> For instance typing
> JXTA> man Shell
> displays man page about the Shell
>
> The following commands are available:
Looks like there is a regression. You should file
an issue on the Shell project

> JXTA>
>
> But the list of available commands is not displayed.
> So, I cannot find out if mkpgrp has been replaced by
> another command.
Yes. I believe the new command is "mkadv"

Hth,

B.
>
> Any solutions? Thanks !!!