Doing the 'trust -f ls -l' command was very easy to see what was happening. the
'ls' stop in the /vol directory. After rebooting the server it works fine. I
thought that it was a problem with an software that I had installed but the
problem was the vold.
Thanks and Regards.
> cannot do ' ls -l /'. It works fine in all other directories
> but when I try to
> do this in '/' I don't get nothing, however a 'ls' works
> Also if I try 'ls -l <filename>' works fine. The problem is
> only using 'ls -l'.
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