> From: Gopi Naidu <chgopina...@gmail.com>
> getting the issue with git rebase command on HPIA machine
> bash-4.0$ git version
> git version 2.0.4
> bash-4.0$ uname -a
> HP-UX <machine-name> B.11.31 U ia64 1660207278 unlimited-user license
> bash-4.0$ git rebase
> fatal: Uh oh. Your system reports no Git commands at all.
> bash-4.0$
> please help

The git-rebase operation is actually done by a program named
"git-rebase", which the "git" program runs.  On my system, git-rebase
is in /usr/libexec/git-core/git-rebase.  The message strongly suggests
that "git" cannot find "git-rebase" on your system.

You can probably find where your git-rebase is with the command
"locate -b git-rebase", since you seem to be running a Unix-type

I don't know how "git" finds its sub-programs.  It is not done through
PATH because /usr/libexec/git-core is not in my PATH.  You probably
have a "git-rebase" program, but some configuration needs to be
adjusted so that "git" can find it.


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