I have good news for you!
The problem is gone! Its history!
I have found a Unix specialist who would thank you all very much by this way!
He could take many things, who you have posted!
We take the disk in another Unixsystem and mount the disk from this system...
Change root and Hurray it will be fine!
Thanks a lot for your great help!
Now i have get the Linux 7.1 Professional by a friend, because i would learn more about this systems who take me so much nerves!!!
We read us in time...
Far well and look forward...
All will be gone right!!!
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