c0i0t3

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hi, the operating system's rpm is with problems!

in
/script/easyapache


Checking Update System........Your operating system's rpm update method (up2date) was not able to locate the glibc package. This is an indication of an improper setup. You must correct this error before you can proceed.
Please correct the conflicts and try again!
Attempting to restart httpd
Waiting for httpd to restart....



in /tmp

[email protected] [/tmp]# rm sess* -rf

rm: cannot remove `sess_f8637597ee65acee94306eb6c9711e08': Read-only file system
rm: cannot remove `sess_f8e63147c10ebdb46df717369a17c785': Read-only file system
rm: cannot remove `sess_f918ba458fe7105bd68bf6a5c2241950': Read-only file system
rm: cannot remove `sess_f92af3031c859249128ff56c768ac79d': Read-only file system
rm: cannot remove `sess_f9ce5fexxxxyyyyzzzzc15acde3076ac': Read-only file system
rm: cannot remove `sess_fa60becd25577ce41b7075b9678e8d9d': Read-only file system
rm: cannot remove `sess_fc4b9fb3e9d3b0f9e8c89855689e65b6': Read-only file system
rm: cannot remove `sess_fdb8562247f0b4f75b08e271b62ff09e': Read-only file system
rm: cannot remove `sess_fddca4141083d49670b38b4f8e4de731': Read-only file system
rm: cannot remove `sess_fe1bbca39fc6680574d4700066ac8d11': Read-only file system
rm: cannot remove `sess_fe494808cc161cd652b1634ff6f24234': Read-only file system
rm: cannot remove `sess_fe9e4ea85cd15c309aab822f5feb4595': Read-only file system

already I forced the update of the system more the problem still continues

[email protected] [/tmp]# /scripts/upcp --force

PHP 5.1.4
MySQL 5.0.21
OS: RedHat Enterprise 4 i686
WHM 10.8.0 cPanel 10.8.2-C118



what it can be this problem? please, help me! Thank
 

bijo

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c0i0t3 said:
[email protected] [/]# chmod 1777 /tmp
chmod: changing permissions of `/tmp': Read-only file system
Hi,

You can't do that. Because the file system is mounted as read only. You have to remount the drive with read write permission. Check the fstab and remount the drive.

Eg:
mount -w -o remount /tmp

And also check the /var/log/dmesg and /var/log/messages.