This is an interesting conundrum where all the normal solutions don't work.
Yesterday, I downloaded several movie clips with a wmv and avi file extension when booted in Ubuntu after hibernating my Win7 installation. I use a NTFS-formatted partition to store common files for independent OS usage, and this is where the clips were downloaded. While the videos were downloading, I watched one via streaming the .part file extension to VLC. The video came through fine and I had no issues with it.
Today I tried to load up the second one, and I kept getting stream unresolved errors. After a look at the file sizes, I saw that one was 46KB and the second was 336KB, when the real sizes should bee 480MB and 1.2 GB, respectively. These files just won't delete.
Here's what I've tried so far
- rm -f FILE.wmv
- rm -i ./FILE.wmv
- mv FILE.wmv File2.wmv
In all cases, I've had the error
cannot remove file: no such file or directory found
ls -l check shows that the files DO exist and the appropriate read/write permissions are set.
Any solutions come to mind?