I think I messed up big time this time!...
I was trying to install something on my pc (xbasic for linux) using the command line "tar". The instruction tells you to copy the tarball to your root and unzip it there but I tried to unzipped it from "where it was" strait to "root", cause I'm so awesome, you know
I ended up unzipping it into root's home folder (didn't even know that this even existed
). So anyway, not knowing the existence of root's home directory takes nothing away from my awesomeness right, so I brilliantly copied the "usr" (yea, USR!!!) from the root's home strait to THE root, as in "/"... using this exact command in konsole:
[steeve@localhost ~]$ su [ENTER]
Password: (hitting a few keys) [ENTER][root@localhost ~]#
mv ./usr /usr [ENTER][root@localhost ~]#
At that point I was still a happy man (or so I thought) until I realized that I didn't copied one "usr" into DA "usr", no sir, I actually replaced DA "usr"...
So now I really really really hope that I'm wrong when I think that I'm screwed! (Never know! Maybe someone here, hopefully, will beat me up to an inch of my life for misusing "su" and then snap their finger and "pouf!" reverse what I've done!?? Or is that wishful thinking?)...
Anyway, I am prepared to reinstall (as in "format" and "install") again so, Any idea you guys might have would be better than that!!!
Thanks in advance.