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Unfortunately that is one of the first places I look for info. I proved fruitless in either the sites are DOA or they are not very useful. Albeit that I ...
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    Unfortunately that is one of the first places I look for info. I proved fruitless in either the sites are DOA or they are not very useful. Albeit that I may also be looking for the answer incorrectly. Tried doing exact search for the exact error: Warning: Cannot change to /home/ , that didn't produce much useful data, also searched for just midnight commander error. I will have to admit though that sometimes the A.D.D kicks in but still no real luck.

    To answer the question directly, yes.

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    check the mc mailing lists (use google groups)

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    I would like to thank you for taking the time to help me out and point me off in some different directions for this, yes I know that it would prob. be easier to use Konqueror, or another file manager like that but since my system is pretty under powered for stuff like that, plus I find MC a bit more useful and to my liking.

    Seriously though, thank you very much for helping me out with this.

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    try either emelfm or gentoo, both are very lightweight

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    I've had Slack. on this trusty system (my only) since about 2000, and starting all over again would kind of 'suck'. Please, don't get me wrong, this problem has not been going on 'that' long. I will though take a peek at them just to be familiar with them. Gentoo, I've seen in action but the install (at least with the few people that I've talked to about it) is agonizingly verbose. As for the other one "emelfm", not real familiar with that one.

    I'm still digging through the 'groups'

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    i mean gentoo, the filemanager.
    emelfm is another light filemanager

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    Well that just showed my intelligence. Anyway, just as an fyi, I removed the mc package and reinstalled it. Same error.

    I'm going to break down and see if I can 'grep' the Warning expression through the MC files and see what produces that error and work from that. I've also pulled down emelMF and see how it does in the mean time.

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    okay. good luck with that
    hit any paydirt with the mc mailing lists

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    Not a lot so far did an exact search and still it came up with about 1500 hits on Midnight Commander but anything more specific than that brings it down to 0. And now doing a Linux Google specific search; completely forgot about that.

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    bash 3.2 incompat

    See Gentoo bug #153925 for resolution.

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