I have to Backup my whole System, because my HDD is dying.
In $HOME there is a file
.rsync.log which I cannot erase as my user or as root.
LANG=C rm -f /media/alex/3c68c336-bf8d-46f8-bc04-58d3e160f2b1/alex/.rsync.log rm: cannot remove '/media/alex/3c68c336-bf8d-46f8-bc04-58d3e160f2b1/alex/.rsync.log': Operation not permitted
I ran a filesystemcheck, but that didn't work.
LANG=C getfacl /media/alex/3c68c336-bf8d-46f8-bc04-58d3e160f2b1/alex/.rsync.log getfacl: Removing leading '/' from absolute path names # file: media/alex/3c68c336-bf8d-46f8-bc04-58d3e160f2b1/alex/.rsync.log # owner: alex # group: alex user::rw- group::r-- other::r--
lsattr /media/alex/3c68c336-bf8d-46f8-bc04-58d3e160f2b1/alex/.rsync.log -----a-------e-- /media/alex/3c68c336-bf8d-46f8-bc04-58d3e160f2b1/alex/.rsync.log
Filesystem is ext4.
I need to get rid of this file before I make my backup from $HOME. How can I do so?