> There are only 19 objects in the QSHELL library. On another
> system here,
> which is V4R5, there are 79 objects. I don't know if that is
> the way V4R2 is
> supposed to be or if I am missing some stuff.

IIRC, at V4R2 the basic, free QSHELL installation only included _very_
basic Unix shell commands; you had to buy the "QSHELL utilities" to get
things like grep.  But ls was there.  The other thing to check is your
capitalisation:  I noticed in your original post you referred to "CD",
which wouldn't work, while cd would.  But I expect you know this.

Oh yeah: aren't the commands implemented by symlinks to the *PGM objects
in the QSHELL library?  Maybe your links are missing or broken; but I
don't know where they should be.



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