> But you can move the file to another name. > like "mv syslog bah" If you have read access on the file, that is. > If you want to preserve the file you could copy it back to it's > old name, you would be the owner after that. In that case you need to have write access to the directory as well. Try reading man chmod and man chown, it will help a lot ;) Also try listing files with ls -Flias (if you are using csh make an alias for that, e.g. alias dir ls -Flias). It is generally a bad idea to run anything that is non-maintenance while logged in as root, btw. Cheers, Stefan. -- Stefan A. Rensing Institute of Biology II/III - Schaenzlestr. 1 The SysOp Biologist D-79104 Germany, FON: +49 761 203-2676 / FAX: 2675 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org MUD: port 4242 on that <- host http://www.biologie.uni-freiburg.de/data/people/lije.html IRC:Lije MUD:Aragorn "I love you !" "I know."
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