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error in linux enterprise edition 4.0 while using commands

vsrikanth's picture

while using some commands in redhat linux 4.0, commands like ls, df, cat etc i am getting error
this is the error when i type ls with user root
ls: error while loading shared libraries: ÿEj: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

for df command i get error as segmentation fault and i get a mail for root /var/mail as follows
[root@oraapp1 mail]# tail root
Subject: Cron /usr/lib/sa/sa1 1 1

date: error while loading shared libraries: ÿÄ SjèkóÿÿÄÂRè,ÿÿÿj: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
what is the problem.

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