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    But you didn't answer the actual question. More than that command says that is cant execute binary file. So what do i do?

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    Use ls

    But shouldn't the dir binary be located in /usr/bin?
    Perhaps the correct dir is still located in /usr/bin, but the shell runs across dir in /bin first, so it executes that instead.

  3. #13
    yeah, there should be no dir file in /bin

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    What does the command
    Code:
    ls -l /bin/dir
    report?

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    but it says like that with ALL the binaries, so, i should have asked from the beginning: HOW DO I FIX IT!

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    and that code reports
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    -rwxr-xr-x  1 root root 76200 2005-03-18 14:22 /bin/dir

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