Re: No access but root
Pritpal Dhaliwal had the gall to say:
> no one else has a clue?
> come on guys ( and girls).. its the debian users list.. If I wanted to
> start doing fresh install when things get messed up.. I could stick to
> help me out please
Please remember you're talking to /volunteers/ here. Also, please learn
not to put your replies at the top of email.
As to your problem, I believe you've hit the fact that, if a script file
does an action that is not permitted, then the individual line that
causes the problem is not automatically echoed (giving you a clue about
how to debug it) but instead just says
"bash: <scriptname>: <error message>".
In other words, I believe that your problem is caused by a line /inside/
/etc/bash.bashrc, not the permissions on the file itself.
Have a look through, and see if there's anything that you wouldn't
expect a normal user to be able to do.
As a last resort (you /should/ be able to fix this!) post the contents
of the file here for people to look at.