> so use 'od' to see what the filename is composed of:
> eax /tmp % ls -la | grep "\.\." | od -a
> . . sp nl
Managed to get at the contents of the miscreant file:
[alex@tahallah]/lib > od ..*
od: ..: Is a directory
0000000 054501 033560 033122 021564 022552 067571 023157 005057
0000020 031501 075110 033157 045067 021561 005000
Anyone recognize this?
Anyway I've nuked the file now and seems to be OK now. I think this
probably happened whilst I was installing when the power went out.
Thanks for all your help, and I'll force a fsck on reboot now.
-- Hey, they *are* out to get you, but it's nothing personal.
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