[talk] Permission is denied when I try to run certain programs
_ at thomaslevine.com
Sat Jun 24 11:09:51 EDT 2017
It was indeed wxallowed. I also happened to figure it out by running
Since the error that I get when trying to mount the encrypted partition
is that an "optional metadata checksum" was invalid, I think that there
is a good chance that the partition could be recovered simply but that
this strange state is not supported by the operating system.
Fortunately, I had made a backup, and now that I can run python, I have
recovered the backup.
On Sat, Jun 24, 2017, at 12:19 PM, Franco Fichtner wrote:
> I remember this from an OpenBSD upgrade at work: python may be missing
> /etc/fstab flag 'wxallowed' for /usr/local:
> > On 24. Jun 2017, at 13:46, Christos Zoulas <christos at zoulas.com> wrote:
> > On Jun 24, 10:31am, _ at thomaslevine.com (Thomas Levine) wrote:
> > -- Subject: [talk] Permission is denied when I try to run certain programs
> > | My OpenBSD 6.1 system is in a state where I cannot run certain programs
> > | because of a lack of permission. What could the issue be? Perhaps
> > | related, this started happening around the same time when I started
> > | getting kernel panic upon trying to create a softraid device for my
> > | encrypted partition, which has always worked before. Both of these
> > | issues started right after somebody unplugged my computer's while it was
> > | running, but people have done that many times without these issues. It
> > | is possible that I broke something while trying to fix something else.
> > |
> > | This happens with python3.6, for example. Most programs seem fine
> > | though.
> > Looks like your disk got corrupted... If you have user data on it,
> > try to save it... Forcing an fsck on it will make it better but you
> > might lose stuff in the process.
> > Sorry,
> > christos
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