Moderated discussion about Uplink
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- tabasco boy
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Quote: from blee on 4:57 pm on Nov. 18, 2003[br]yes I run in from the root account and I have thesame error ;(
my kernel is clean for the security patches and I have in kernel enabled the support for : elf binaries, a.out binaries and misc.
thats the worst thing a unix/linux user could do. i guess you surf the net on a root account aswell which is a big no no.
as a rule of thumb DO NOT RUN apps as root always run them as a normal user. in some cases if you have to run some apps with root right or maintain your linux box use the "SU" command. and try reinstalling uplink but delete the folder first and then do the file permissions right.
(Edited by tabasco boy at 12:04 am on Nov. 19, 2003)
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