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Forum: Red Hat 04-08-2013
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Posted By verdepollo
Well, you did not provide a lot of details on the...
Well, you did not provide a lot of details on the issue so I'm basically just guessing.

What does the output of mount show? Also, do you see any error message when you try to run any command?

I...
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Posted By Adhi
umask is the admin command to give the permission...
umask is the admin command to give the permission mode for entire files..
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Posted By Adhi
Did u use the command umask.??
Did u use the command umask.??
1,261
Posted By pamu
Please check below threads.. ...
Please check below threads..

https://sites.google.com/site/linuxpendrive/rorootfs

https://www.unix.com/unix-dummies-questions-answers/173709-rm-cannot-remove-file-read-only-file-system.html
...
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Posted By pamu
check this thread...
check this thread (https://www.unix.com/unix-dummies-questions-answers/187229-chown-read-only-file-system.html)

As per my searching you may need to Re-boot your system.
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Posted By pamu
there is huge difference between chmod 775...
there is huge difference between

chmod 775 ./runasroot.sh

and

chmod 775 runasroot.sh

To check the difference use(is permissions are granted or not?)

ls -l runasroot.sh
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Posted By pamu
try using this... chmod 775 runasroot.sh
try using this...

chmod 775 runasroot.sh
937
Posted By in2nix4life
VirtualBox has a "shared folder" feature to allow...
VirtualBox has a "shared folder" feature to allow sharing data between the guest and host operating systems. In the configuration for the VM it's the next to last option.
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Posted By Corona688
RedHat does not have CMD. What are you...
RedHat does not have CMD.

What are you actually needing to run this in?
1,513
Posted By Corona688
It lets you break one long line across several...
It lets you break one long line across several lines to make it easier to read and edit. It's the same as if it'd been crammed all onto one big line.

For example, $ echo a \
b \
c

a b c
...
1,513
Posted By Corona688
Putting the too many arguments into find hasn't...
Putting the too many arguments into find hasn't stopped them from being too many arguments. You need to not give them too many arguments.

Let find handle the pattern matching. That way, you only...
1,513
Posted By vidyadhar85
try checking XARGS man page might be usefull
try checking XARGS man page might be usefull
1,513
Posted By vbe
Do you have to scan directory and all...
Do you have to scan directory and all subdirectories within?
If you are only removing old files at ONE level, consider using -prune option of find
1,513
Posted By vidyadhar85
This may be due to the ARG_MAX... every server...
This may be due to the ARG_MAX... every server (OS) has its own kernel limit set to argument length if it goes beyond that (that might be the case your rm command facing)..

read below link..
...
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Posted By Corona688
Are you actually intending to create a directory...
Are you actually intending to create a directory named 'cd' here? Because that's what that will do, along with the folder you want.

If not, remove the cd, since it has no purpose there.
...
1,598
Posted By pamu
Yes elixir... there are lot of errors..... ...
Yes elixir... there are lot of errors.....
Thanks....:)
1,598
Posted By elixir_sinari
#! /bin/bash #copiabin.sh: copia todos los...
#! /bin/bash
#copiabin.sh: copia todos los archivos ejecutables a bin
if [ ! -d $HOME/bin ]
then
mkdir $HOME/bin
fi
# copia de archivos y contador N
N=0

for ARCH in *
do
if [...
1,598
Posted By vbe
Yes you are missing the required spaces between...
Yes you are missing the required spaces between all your square brackets...
Go and look your code, I made some changes...
1,598
Posted By pamu
Space required below...:) if [ ! -d...
Space required below...:)


if [ ! -d $HOME/bin]
1,140
Posted By pamu
Thanks corona, for showing the output of...
Thanks corona,

for showing the output of command.
same i can't do from my mobile;)
1,140
Posted By Corona688
When you do 'ps | grep string', there's good odds...
When you do 'ps | grep string', there's good odds grep will also show up, since it will be a running process containing the string you're looking for. A common band-aid is to patch 'grep -v grep' on...
1,355
Posted By joeyg
To use codetags... type in your script cat...
To use codetags...
type in your script

cat file1
cut -d":" -f2 file2 > file3

highlight it with your mouse
and then click on the codetag icon
1,355
Posted By jim mcnamara
code tags look like this: ls *.* is what...
code tags look like this:

ls *.* is what you actually type in the reply.
This is what it looks like when you view it later:
ls *.*
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Posted By Corona688
You first posted -124, as in one. Now you've...
You first posted -124, as in one.

Now you've posted -l24, as in the letter L.

That completely changes the meaning!

Your command:
1) lists whatever $1 is, presumably a folder, with...
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Posted By vbe
Is your post not missing something? (the command...
Is your post not missing something? (the command line perhaps... :rolleyes: )
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