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Root cannot access /bin Please Help!!!!

Posted on 2004-04-21
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Ok I amde a big time error here and set my /bin to 7660 now I cannot access chown or anything how can I change permissions back please help.  I have root access

RH 7.3
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by:songus
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Try to copy from other linux server just the chmod command and change permissions to the most
important...
And be careful next time :P
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by:Mercantilum
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try to do the C program somewhere, call it chbin.c:

#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>

main()
{
  chmod("/bin", 0755);
}


To compile to :
   gcc chbin.c -o chbin
Then
   ./chbin
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Alf666 earned 500 total points
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That's not a problem. Though you can not ls /bin, you can call commands with a full path :

/bin/chmod 755 /bin
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by:snedelchev
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you can boot from some linux distro for example clask
mount your linux , chroot to it and change what you want
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