Here's what I get:
No, when I do the find / -inum 4617676 -print I get
When I do this with /usr/bin/which I get
find: /proc/3758/fd/4: No such file or directory which I assume means it was
searching /proc and couldn't find this file.
> These files were NOT hard links. They were actual files.
> Any ideas what is happening?
> > Brett I. Holcomb wrote:
> > ...
> > > This copied over some files, but not all. For example, in my usr/bin
> > > directory on /mnt/newsystem I'm missing vim while it does exist on
> > > /usr/bin. I'm also missing some /bin commands.
> > Is /usr/bin/vim a hardlink to another file, which _is_ copied?
> > To figure out this, do
> > ls -li /usr/bin/vim
> > note the inode number to the left, and do a:
> > find / -inum number -print
> > (insert the inode number instead of "number").
> > Mogens
Brett I. Holcomb
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