Term-vt100 Problem

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  1. ninja632

    ninja632 New Member

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    Term-vt100 Problem *NEW PROBLEM*

    Ok well I fixed my other problem, but now I don't have sufficient privelges to do what I wanted to do, and I don't see a place where I can log in.
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    try typing in a command like mkdir or rm.
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    i have a problem like that. it wont even let me reboot through terminal

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  4. ninja632

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    rm: not found

    Still nothing.
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    Check your path ...
    "echo $PATH"

    Next guess
    "source /etc/profile"
    I believe that file is provided by bash

    Good luck
  7. ninja632

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    "echo: not found"
    "source: not found"

    At the beginning it says (when I load it up):

    /usr/bin/login: File does not exist
    /bin/login: File does not exist
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    Ok guys, I got that other problem fixed but now there's a new one.
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    hmm i was pretty sure that source was a built-in-bash command. oh well
    how'd you fix it? and what's the new problem?

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