I had a space problem in /usr, it became 100% used due to active logs.
During the installation phase of Redhat 4.1 a long time ago, it was not
clear how many partitions to make. Unfortunately, /usr/src (on the root
partition)had to move so I did a simple 'cp -rf' to a temp location,
created a new mount point on a large free partition (/usr/src) and then
copied (cp -rf) from the temp location to /usr/src. All files are there
now and I fixed my space problem.
The result of doing this, I cannot run certain programs in /usr, like
the kernel configurator. When I execute 'make Xconfig', I get the
start make xconfig
rm -f include /asm
rm : include /sam: is a directory
make : *** [symlinks] Error 1.
I get things working ?
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