He was probably logged in as root.ChrisBrightwell said:Here's a question ... how did you delete /bin/ls?
For me to put symlink in /bin, I had to sudo it.
I thought it was definitively resolved that the next generation of nuclear power plants would be using Windows ME for all mission-critical applications.alex_ant said:The ability to delete the very commands that are used to control the computer - a great idea, that. I anxiously await this feature in the next generation of nuclear reactor control panels.
better addjariev202 said:I was doing some configurations and had to copy one file to /bin but without wanted it I did a copy to /bin/ls, not to /bin
That's not what a kernel is. This is mistake made by an inexperienced user nothing more. Maybe Apple should make the aliases part of your .profile by default, but I guess they think if you need to open the terminal you know how to use it?jariev202 said:This important system commands should be part of the kernel so we may not delete them!