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    sh: line 1: free: command not found

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    sh: line 1: free: command not found
    Hi All

    I am trying to run an installation script for a 3rd party app, it uses PHP to create database and copy files.

    It crashes/timeouts, apache log error is :sh: line 1: free: command not found

    Any ideas

    Thanks for any input

    Jake

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    sh: line 1: free: command not found
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