chsims1 wrote:I have a few mp3s on a networked drive that won't play & which I can't delete (even as root). If I look at the file permissions with ls -l then it two things are obviously wrong. Firstly the owner & group are numbers (no idea where from), and secondly the first bit of the permissions (filetype) is set to p, b or ?. I can't chown the files to root ownership, or delete them. I have searched, but with no luck. What ostensibly looks to be a simple thing to change is obviously more complex than I thought. Any ideas please people?
# chmod 777 <file>
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