Yes, do:
env $PATH
to see what your path looks like.

It's possible that your .bash_profile was broken or something.

Wes

On Tue, Apr 10, 2012 at 8:43 AM, Michael P. Soulier <
msoul...@digitaltorque.ca> wrote:

> On 10/04/12 Paul Hollyer said:
>
> > Hi,
> >
> > I have a Centos5 server, with a number of repos set up to upload work
> to. I
> > have come in to work this morning, having pushed updates to the server a
> > few days ago, Easter Friday, and not touched the server since.
> >
> > When I tried to push work this morning, I got an error saying:
> >
> > git-receive-pack: command not found
>
> Have you checked your search path?
>
> Mike
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