Re: apt-get dist-upgrade problem
Roger Ward <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I understand SID is a bit unstable (thus Still in Development)...
> Any ideas what could be causing /usr/bin/du to be undeletable? I can't write a C
> program to delete it, I can't delete it by hand, etc.. I can't even move it to a
> different file (which i normally can do if a process has a lock on a file handle).
Is it marked immutable? What does 'lsattr /usr/bin/du' says?
If it is immutable and you don't remember marking it immutable then
you probaly have been hacked.
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