The drive seems to be having mechanism problems as well... Argh! I'll put a CD in and it won't always mount. It just sits in there and then gets spit out. At least it comes out I guess.
Maybe I should stop using it as a wheel chalk for my SR-71.. hehe :)
Search for Ti, or Powerbook Ti, or CD Eject Failure, or CD and Eject and Failure.
this is what you get.
The search term you specified (ti) is under the minimum word length (3) and therefore will not be found. Please make this term longer.
If this term contains a wildcard...
I know Half-Life is better with hardware but you all do know you can play it in software mode, right? Doesn't look great but you could give it a try.
When HL came out in, what, 1995? -96? maybe it was 98... anyway, it's got legs... Harware was just starting to get more popular and in more...
I love this site. I've had more great info than anywhere else. But-
I'd like to be able to search for 2 letter things? Like CD or Ti or any other number of things that people abreviate with 2 letters. Is this possible? Is it redundant? Is the search engine smart enough to know Ti means...
I tried your suggestions.
If I type /bin/tcsh I get:
zsh; exec format error: /bin/tcsh
When I type nidump psswd / I get
usage: nibump [-r] etc
does this tell you anything?
Ok, great start! thanks for the clear info.
here is what I see when I type ls -l /bin/tcsh
-rwxr-xr-x 1 username unknown 0 Dec 31 1969 /bin/tcsh
Now, I know my battery is dead... irritating. :)
Does the "unknown" mean it doesn't know what group tcsh belongs to or that it doesn't...
Oh good, I thought it was something bad! ;-P
Thanks for the info!
I logged in as root and the same thing happens. I can't type in the terminal so I can't very well get to those directories. I've used tinker tool to unhide hidden files but I'm not sure what to do short of a new install if...