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ls -il

ls: cannot access éaj/p╬σt.ó∙e: No such file or directory
ls: cannot access éaj/p╬σt.ó∙e: No such file or directory
ls: cannot access é@j/p╠φt.│∙N: No such file or directory
ls: cannot access é@j/p╠φt.│∙N: No such file or directory
total 55456
    ? -????????? ? ?    ?           ?                ? éaj/p╬σt.ó∙e
    ? -????????? ? ?    ?           ?                ? éaj/p╬σt.ó∙e
    ? -????????? ? ?    ?           ?                ? é@j/p╠φt.│∙N
    ? -????????? ? ?    ?           ?                ? é@j/p╠φt.│∙N

and when i use to show these files, i get the info:

p╬σt.ó∙e
p╠φt.│∙N

Please, where do these files or somethings others exist. Or what makes them show here.

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Not programming related. –  jweyrich Mar 20 '12 at 4:31
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Your filesystem is borked. Unmount it and run fsck against the volume.

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thanks for your answer, howerver, i have formated my sd-card and already rebuilded it, so i can't confirm whether it works and sorry for that. 've read the somrthing about fsck, and agree with you. Thanks again. –  SnailTang Mar 20 '12 at 5:15
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