Re: Classic Gnubie accident
- From: anthony <mailinganthony@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 30 Oct 2006 19:01:47 +0000
What's the result of "df -h"?
I'm using 94% of the disk. I have deleted some stuff.
chmod -R 775 /home/anthony
and this allowed me to access files in my directory and some of my personal
settings e.g. pal (calendar) I could start X but not fluxbox. What should
the permissions be for all the settings (invisible) files in my home
I have set up another user so I don't have to keep booting between
partitions to use the net, but this user is somewhat disabled too e.g. no
other strange symptoms are that in a terminal as root after having logged in
as the new user I cannot use cp ??
thinking:/home/anthony/film# cp /home/anthony/.bbkeysrc /home/thinker/
bash: cp: command not found
looks like I need a big clean up, probably re-install etch eventually,
however I'd like to get my user (anthony) and my settings back in the
meantime. so, what should the permissions be for all the settings
(invisible) files in my home directory /anthony/home ?
On 10/30/06, hendrik@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx <hendrik@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Mon, Oct 30, 2006 at 10:52:43AM -0600, Kent West wrote:
> anthony wrote:
> >one other clue is that I cannot save text files logged in as anthony
> >(i get a no space left on device error) but I can as root in the same
> Ah, then perhaps you're out of drive space on that partition. (*nix
> leaves a small buffer available for root to write to, which normal users
> can't use).
Or maybe you have a disk quota and it has run out.
> What's the result of "df -h"?
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