Re: some weird upgrade problem
i hate saying it, but it could be a break in (rootkit and such) when did it happen?
try rkhunter and try can chattr -i or -a, just see what's on it.
tell us what rkhunter found.....
and test is the coreutils is still ok (the 'ls' 'netstat' and on...)
try ls -h
On Sun, Sep 7, 2008 at 5:33 AM, Michael Loftis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
sounds like either filesystem corruption or something else gone awry. try using fsck -f to force a check of the affected filesystem. if it goes through a full check and finds nothing then maybe check the attributes using lsattr on the files affected.
--On September 7, 2008 2:53:00 AM +0100 Paweł Krzywicki <email@example.com
I have tried upgrade my Debian yesterday and apt showed me an weird error.
I am having the problem with python-libxml2 package. I have also
in /usr/share/doc/python-libxml2/examples directory files like that:
?????????? ? ? ? ? ? schema.py
?????????? ? ? ? ? ? serialize.py
?????????? ? ? ? ? ? sync.py
date of creation is of these files is 1st Jun1970 ?!
I cannot do absolutely nothing with them. I have tried to use live CD and
mount my drive not as a system one and remove them (rm -f), change owner
of these files, nothing seems to be working with them. Every time when I
am trying to do something I have straight something like: "You don't
have an access to the file" (?!) Do you have any ideas how to fix that.
thanks in advance
Regards Pawel Krzywicki
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