On Sunday 04 June 2006 08:11, Jack Stone wrote:
> I have 2 files that resists all efforts to delete them. I can even move
> them to another directory, but still cannot delete. Can chmod too, but
> still same resistance;
> I originally figured they occupied a bad spot on the HD, but now not sure
> about that.
> Please, any suggestions about what to do to remove these files?
> Here are the files and the error message:
> rm: local/lib/perl5/5.6.1/mach/Sys/Hostname.pm: Operation not permitted
> rm: local/lib/perl5/5.6.1/mach/Sys/Syslog.pm: Operation not permitted
> I've gone all the way down to the last dir and tried to delete them there.
> No joy!
> All directories in between only include the dirs and no files. I want to
> delete the entire path of directories, but those 2 stubborn files will not
> permit that.
> rm: local/lib/perl5/5.6.1/mach/Sys: Directory not empty
> Please, any help appreciated!
I had a similar problem recently with some a directory created on the fly by
ktorrent. Everytime I tried to delete them they would appear in the trashcan,
I would flush them, and sooner or later the directory and all its files would
be right back where they started.
I finally noticed that they reappeared everytime I restarted ktorrent. So I
went poking under the hood and found a reference to them in deep down in
~/.kde/share/apps/ktorrent/cache folder. Apparently ktorrent was recreating
empty files in anticipation of downloading a torrent that was no longer in
Perhaps something similar is going on with your machine?
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