So here I was, half asleep, removing some old directories as root, and
here's what I did...sitting in /home/jimmie after su
jim...@jimmiejaz <101>  /home/jimmie#rm -rf cd /usr/local/lib (note
the space, the PWD is home/jimmie/)
Now, a lot of libs went missing from /usr/local/lib. With libchk, last
locatedb I've been able to reinstall most of the libs.
My ~/ *seems* unaffected, but I'm worried about that, I don't notice
anything missing, but I could be wrong.
What I'm thinking is the rm -rf found no 'cd' and moved to wipe out
/usr/local/lib Would this be a correct assumption?
And yes, I sat in the stupid corner with the dunce hat on.
Over the years I've come to regard you as people I've met.
I may be schizophrenic, but at least I have each other, and when I am
alone I am togethe
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