I've got something showing up in my /mnt directory that I can't figure out how to get rid of. If I try to delete it, I get, "ERROR: Stale NFS file handle"
I've tried googling it, but the only solution I can find is "remount and then unmount your NFS server". The trouble is that I don't have any NFS servers - it was a mountpoint for a squashfs file. Trying to remount the squashfile just gives the same error message. My best guess for how it was created is that maybe the file was deleted while mounted.
Surely there is a way I can get rid of it? It stuffs up my system by e.g. preventing find from working.
BTW I'm running Puppy Linux 4.1.1, although I suspect that is irrelevant