On 07/25/2017 03:15 PM, darkstrange...@gmail.com wrote:
how i can change it to change and edit system files?


If your shell is running in dom0 and root can't alter system files, then has your / filesystem been mounted as read-only? This can happen if a problem was encountered during boot.

Running 'mount' command by itself will tell you if / was mounted as read-only. If so, you can try re-mounting it with the '-o remount,rw' options.

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