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Re: deleted /tmp now kde/gnome won't work

Am Di, den 14.12.2004 schrieb Laurence Orchard um 0:29:

> I was running out of space on / , so I thought

> Very easy rm -rf /tmp


You wanted "rm -rf /tmp/* /tmp/*.*" instead while nothing has temporary
files in it, .i.e. during runlevel 1.

> What have I done? /tmp always used to be just that temporary, I even had
> a script on a previous system to clear it at reboot for security.

What you did was deleting /tmp and it is required. Recreate it!

> Laurence

Boot into into runlevel 3 and then run

mkdir /tmp
chown root:root /tmp
chmod 1777 /tmp
init 5


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