." make the size of the head bigger \$* \$1


." make the size of the head bigger


command-not-found - A command-not-found handler


command-not-found {binary_name} {repository}


The following arguments are required:


The name of binary you are looking for.


The name of repository for search. For most cases, use zypp


command-not-found handler is designed to tell users which package contains a missing command.

The handler is integrated to bash(1) and zsh(1) shells and is not necessary to call it directly. Just type a name of the command in your favourite shell and you'll get a result.

If you consider c-n-f handler useless, just add \FCunset command_not_found_handle\F[] to your profile or remove the command-not-found package.

Handler doesn't call the command-not-found binary directly, it only prints info about it. If you want to invoke it automatically, just add \FCexport COMMAND_NOT_FOUND_AUTO=1\F[] to your bash profile.

Example: Normal usage

For example you want to try \FCblender\F[], because you have heard that is an amazing program. So just type blender in shell:

\FC$ \F[]blender

\M[lightgray]\D’P 75u 0 0 0u -75u 0 0 -0u’\M[] \M[lightgray]\D’P 75u 0 0 0u -75u 0 0 -0u’\M[]

You get the following output:

The program 'blender' can be found in the following package: * blender [ path: /usr/bin/blender, repository: zypp (openSUSE 11.1-0) ]

Try installing with: sudo zypper install blender

bash: blender: command not found

\M[lightgray]\D’P 75u 0 0 0u -75u 0 0 -0u’\M[] \M[lightgray]\D’P 75u 0 0 0u -75u 0 0 -0u’\M[]

See also



Pavol Rusnak <stick@gk2.sk>


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