Am 03.03.2013 17:33, schrieb Frank McCormick:
> and you made sure the damage was fixed?
> * /etc/mtab is there AND a symlink
> * "which ld" gives a correct output
There is no /etc/mtab on my machine...
and you wonder about anything?
there is a mtab.fuselock with a size of 0
does nto interest in this context (Google: fuse)
I tried to create an mtab symlink to /proc/mounts. It would not allow
sorry but "It would not allow me" is a really stupid answer
what about posting input and output?
* did you do it as root because naturally this is a root-task
* ln -s /proc/mounts /etc/mtab
In the /proc directory, mounts is a symlink to /self/mounts.
yes but this does not help you because /etc/mtab is missing
> [harry@srv-rhsoft:~]$ which ld
which ld on my machine comes up with /bin/ld...
/usr/bin/has a symlink which point to /etc/alternatives/ld
Why is a so screwed up ? The installation was made about
4 months ago from the official release
this doe snot matter
/bin and /usr/bin is the same after UsrMove
since i am pdeantic i fixed as much as possible to point
directly to /usr/bin because why did we made UsrMove if we
rely on the symlinks forever and YES this si critism for
EVERY package-manager which does not fix it's crap