Re: sed fails to upgrade on debian sid; file date of 1969?
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- Subject: Re: sed fails to upgrade on debian sid; file date of 1969?
- From: Nick Lidakis <email@example.com>
- Date: Sun, 10 Jun 2007 20:36:13 -0400
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Douglas Allan Tutty wrote:
On Wed, May 30, 2007 at 01:50:00PM -0400, Nick Lidakis wrote:
Joey Hess wrote:
Thanks. That did the trick. Even though fsck claimed to have fixed a
bunch of stuff (inodes & other things), should I worry or take care with
Any ideas? I am not even allowed to move or delete the file via the shell.
You have a corrupted filesystem. Suggest going to single user mode and
As always, it depends. What caused the filesystem to corrupt? Is there
anything in lost+found?
Two files. One is a makedev text file (from /usr/share/doc?) about the
program and the author. The other is a binary file. Can run it.
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