I ran "ls l /usr/bin | more" and "ls l /usr/sbin | more" the output is very long, so I give just two examples of each. In general all permissions are set to root.
First "ls l /usr/bin | more"
Here is "ls l /usr/sbin | more"
It was a very simple training script:
echo "Look at our services"
for $services in "Products" "Sales" "Support"
saved under /usr/local/bin.
ehh.. I expected it, honestly. I will look a few more options and probably just reinstall the VM.
I did a few additional troubleshooting steps.
I booted into single-user mode by doing the following things:
Started my virtual machine.
When the GRUB menu appeared, selected the entry for my Eurolinux 9.2 distribution.
Pressed the e key to edit the boot parameters.
Located the line that...
I used this VM to practice a bash script from time to time - the last one was nothing really special - "for" loop. I saved it in "usr/local/bin/". It was about 2 weeks ago.
Yesterday I wanted to boot my VM and it got stuck on the splash screen:
I pressed "escape" to see what is going...
Workaround found: tested RHEL 8 on VMware workstation - I successfully installed and launched linux there.
It seems that something is wrong with my Oracle VM VirtualBox. It's not a version issue - I checked it and it's the most recent.
It's strange that on Oracle VM Centos 7 could be...
I totally forgot about. Unfortunately, even after I changed it - I deleted the old machine and created a new one - it didn't help.
I tested for both - Red hat (64-bit) and Other Linux (64-bit) the same error message.
I switched from NAT to Bridged adapter to test boot on both network settings...
I'm learning Linux. Until now, I used Centos 7 and I didn't have any issue.
I wanted to check Red Hat 8, so I downloaded " Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.4 Boot ISO" (later I tested 8.6 as well)
I attach screenshots from the installation to let you know that I'm not doing any mistakes...