On Thu, 2 Jul 2015 13:51:51 shirish शिरीष wrote: > How do I get the stat output of the file ?
It was meant quite literally: "stat filename" prints the output of `stat` command (e.g. last modification time etc.). > Also why do i need to fsck my filesystem ? > > If my filesystem is unclean/dirty then on the next boot AFAIK it is > mounted read-only, fscked automatically and then throwing or backing > up the old dirty journal and what not, I get the filesystem with > read-write access. Some problems can manifest on presumably clean file system. Unless a serious error (or scheduled check) triggers fsck you may operate on file system with some inconsistencies. It may be helpful to force file system check. > > What the exact version of the iceweasel on your system? > > I think I shared this, it is 39.0~b5-1 (from experimental) If you did then I probably missed that... Thanks. > > When exactly this error appears? Do you have to do anything? > > I usually start my iceweasel session from the CLI, just to see if > there are any errors and whenever the extension is installed this > error appears. I do not have to do anything. So that warning/error appears as soon as browser is started, right? -- Cheers, Dmitry Smirnov. --- If you travel the earth, you will find it is largely divided into two classes of people - people who say "I wonder why such and such is not done" and people who say "Now who is going to prevent me from doing that thing?" -- Winston Churchill
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