Just a simple bug, with a very simple fix-up: in util-linux,
the "more" program searches for vi (on a v key) in
/usr/bin/vi. However, vi is on /bin/vi, so it allways fails.
Two simple solutions:
1) change /usr/bin/vi to /bin/vi on the source - you need to
change the manual page too, since it explicitly refers
2) to create a symlink from /usr/bin/vi to /bin/vi
Perhaps you have installed a non-standard vim package?
[root@gandalf SPECS]# cat /etc/redhat-release
Red Hat Linux release 6.0 (Hedwig)
[root@gandalf SPECS]# rpm -qa | grep vim
[root@gandalf SPECS]# whereis vim
vim: /usr/bin/vim /usr/share/vim /usr/man/man1/vim.1
[root@gandalf SPECS]# whereis vi
vi: /bin/vi /usr/bin/vi /usr/man/man1/vi.1
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