Re: Help needed restoring tar of /
On Wed, 15 Feb 2006 21:52:17 +0100, Michael Heiming wrote:
Na, /bin and /sbin aren't the problem, there's no problem
overwriting a binary even if it's in use. I suspect the OP isn't
telling us the real error messages, but his impression? Perhaps
he has /proc in his tar ball or/and /dev while using udev or so,
we don't know without real data.
Sounds right to me. Certainly you can write over a binary, even if in
use. Not good practice, but possible.
To the OP: More specific error messages will help.
David L. Johnson
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