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 RE: Corrupted File Removal
Author: Philip 
Date:   16-08-00 17:53

Heh... yeah, that's a bummer...

Couple of other suggestions...

If you have pine installed, try using "pilot" (the file manager interface to pine). There have been times that has worked for me in the past.

If that doesn't work, try writing a perl script to look at the /usr directory and then if the file matches (some part of it -- make sure it's the right files though!) then delete them from within perl...

Maybe that will get around those funky characters...

-philip

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Kevin G 15-08-00 09:13 
 RE: Corrupted File Removal   new
Philip 15-08-00 18:10 
 RE: Corrupted File Removal   new
Kevin G 15-08-00 21:54 
 RE: Corrupted File Removal   new
Philip 16-08-00 17:53 


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