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Okay sorry for not reading the guidelines. I have done that now, so will post better in the future.

 

Have tested chtoolkit now, but it does not work. It uses the cmd PS, and since that dosen't work on my computer i have a problem. So i need to find another binary for ps, where can i get that ? i run Red Hat 9.

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try toms root boot. it'll at least let you boot up your system, mount your drives and try to look around.

 

might even try copying over a "known clean" ps to your harddrive then doing "chattr +i" to prevent other programs from modifying it.

 

good luck if you are rooted =( (not sarcasm)

 

- aeio

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