get your bootdisk or rescue CD (You made one of those right!)
and boot up using that.
Mount the filesystem in question, and use mv to rename the file
Few questions though:
1. How did you know that libc.so.6.backup was there?
2. Did you do anything/install anything that might have made this
oryan's [oryan at physics.nuigalway.ie] 17 lines of wisdom included:
>> I've Redhat 6.2 on a 2.2.14-5.0 kernel; the /lib/libc.so.6 file had its
> named changed to libc.so.6.backup and so now the computer will not boot
> as it cannot find libc.so.6 at startup.
>> Any way to recover?
>> Thanks. Much appreciated.
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