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Old 22nd March 2012, 02:25 AM
mkruger Offline
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cat .pulse-cookie = bash goes stupid.

According to the file commad, this file contains data. While the characters may not be printable, etc., I would think using the cat command should display them and it does. However, when doing so in multi-user mode (runlevel 3), the bash shell prompt and everything I type thereafter is illegible. I have to either reboot or go into graphical mode to resolve the problem.

Might be a bug?
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