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    Netbeans not working after restarting the computer

    I have NetBeans 7.1 installed on Ubuntu 11.10. I had to restart the computer to free up some disk space that had been gobbled up by apache. (apache2/error.log had taken up well over 90% of the disk space.) Now I get the following.

    $ sudo netbeans
    /bin/bash: : No such file or directory
    $ sudo apt-get install netbeans
    Reading package lists... Done
    Building dependency tree       
    Reading state information... Done
    E: Unable to locate package netbeans
    /bin/bash does exist.

    I noticed that I need to refresh my FireFox pages in order to use the back button. So I was wondering if something was overwritten on the disk when it was full. Perhsp some of teh file structure is damaged.

    Any assistance with this would be greatly appreciated.


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    Hello, why should you use sudo for starting Netbeans? You don't have to use that...

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