Originally Posted by dd_wizard
If you are certain
the command you ran was:
# rm -rf /usr/lib/my_exam_app
you couldn't have removed any system files. The only files you removed were conatined in the subfolder, my_exam_app.
As mentioned earlier, the locations mentioned by sea are the most likely places to have caused problems with the command line prompt.
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If you accidently put a space immediately after "/usr/lib", all bets are off. I did something like that once when I tried to clean /tmp as root and put a space between / and the word tmp...
That's the day I learned to really appreciated backups!
So, the problem is still the same?
And by that i mean, the ONLY failrue you reported, is that you see BASH-4.2 rather than USER@HOST, which is 99% a failure (bad syntax) of PS1