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Re: I need help for Linux.

From: James Youngman
Subject: Re: I need help for Linux.
Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2009 10:27:43 +0000

On Wed, Feb 18, 2009 at 1:16 PM, mz h <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hello! I need help because my Linux system!!!!!!!!!!!!!
> My system is :
> Linux TCJ 2.6.18-92.el5xen #1 SMP Tue Apr 29 13:31:30 EDT 2008 x86_64 x86_64 
> x86_64 GNU/Linux
> A user of this system is [dmuser].
> Its profile is .bash_profile.
> I can't delete this .bash_profile, can't more this file.
> The message of return by shell is: can't find or open .bash_file when I try 
> to delete this file or more this file.
> I can provide some message for some command which I use.
> =============
> 1
> cd dmsystem
> ls -ai
> ----------------------------------
> address@hidden dmsystem]# ls -ai
> 21200897 .              21200909 data      21200906 .mozilla
>        2 ..             21200898 .emacs    21200994 src
> 21201266 .bash_history  21200944 exe       21200984 .viminfo
> 21200901 .bash_logout   21200903 .kde      21200900 .zshrc
>        0 .bash_profile  21201265 .lesshst
> 21200902 .bashrc        21200986 log

Yes, 0 is an unlikely inode number for a file.  The rest of the
evidence you provided is consistent with your hypothesis that you have
filesystem corruption (though consider the possibility that there is a
trailing space on the filename or something like that).

The behaviour of your filesystem is provided by your kernel and your
filesystem driver, coreutils cannot affect it.  The coreutils programs
are just regular user-space programs.

You probably need to fix your filesystem, for example by running fsck.
  For further help on that, consult the documentation for fsck (it's
not part of coreutils at all) or ask for help with colleagues or your
local user group, or read a book on GNU/Linux system administration,
or read http://www.linuxjournal.com/article/0193.


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