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SubjectRe: Query - Regarding strange behaviour.
On Thu, 3 Feb 2005, Pankaj Agarwal wrote:

> In my system there's a strange behaviour.... its not allowing me to create
> any file in /usr/bin even as root. Its chmod is set to 755. Its even not
> allowing me to change the chmod value of /usr/bin. The strangest part which
> i felt is ...its shows the owner and group as root when i issue command
> "ls -ld /usr/bin" and not allowing root to create any file or directory
> under /usr/bin and not even allowing to change the chmod value. The error is
> access permission denied... I can change the chmod value of /usr and other
> directories under /usr/...but not of bin....

Maybe /usr is mounted read-only?
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