I ran into a Linux problem and was hoping someone could help. Im sure its
something simple, but Linux tends to not be very intuitive.
I had a bit of a problem with PVM and in the middle of trying various
things, I added a path to my .bashrc file. Well, that was a big mistake.
The .bashrc file belongs to the /root directory, hence when I log in as
'root', nothing works. I mean nothing, like "ls", "emacs", "vi", "cp". How
can I get to that file and edit it again to remove the problem causing line?
I can log on as a user but user dont have permission to alter any files in
I tried booting to a Linux "boot disk" and after several minutes of loading,
I got several error messages, one of which said "Kernel panic".
Any help, again, would be appreciated.