J.D. Bronson jbronson at
Tue Apr 6 11:18:27 PDT 2004

I was already to ask you nicely to do that, when I found another readers' 
idea worked:

If it is "/usr/lib/", the following can do the job :

   # cd /usr/src/secure/lib/libssl
   # make obj && make depend && make I am OK :)

MANY THANKS for the offer though.... btw, I did a very naughty thing once 
with rm -rf (like below) - but now I keep backups. And backups of the backups.

But in this case...the fix was easy.

At 11:45 AM 04/06/2004, you wrote:
>On Tuesday 06 April 2004 11:25 am, J.D. Bronson wrote:
> > I deleted by accident....
> >
> > Whats the best way to get it back w/o reloading (fetch depends on it...and
> > I found it fast!)
> >
> > Thanks :)
>Back in the early 1980's, I was cleaning out my files and directories from my
>father's computer.  When I tried to delete the directory, I got a message
>that it couldn't be deleted because the directory wasn't empty.  A 'dir'
>command revealed only a '.' and '..' ...(you KNOW what's coming)... so I
>deleted them.
>My father was a thoughtful, patient man -- he had current backups; and I'm
>alive to tell the story.
>Would you like me to email you a copy of from my system?
>Best of luck,
>Andrew Gould
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