David Banning wrote:
I was linking the directory /C to my windows box C drive using shlight,
but now, for an unknown reason the directory is still there, but is not viewable with ls. I can not re-create it, as the system states
that it exists. Here is the result of some of my commands;

su-2.03# cd /
su-2.03# ls -ld C
ls: C: Input/output error
su-2.03# mkdir C
mkdir: C: File exists
su-2.03# rm -r C
rm: C: Input/output error
su-2.03# su-2.03# mv C Z mv: C: Input/output error
Any idea what I can do? There is nothing in the directory so it is unimportant, but I would like to get this cleared up.
Have you had a system crash recently?
First, back up you / partition.  Then reboot into single user mode and
run fsck.  See if that helps.  (don't run fsck multi-user unless you
know what you're doing.  You shouldn't run fsck on filesystems that
are in use)

Bill Moran
Potential Technologies

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