chroot only emulates a chroot function call
by keeping track of the current root and accomodating this in the file
related function calls. A real chroot functionality is not supported by
clock_setres only support CLOCK_REALTIME for
only support float and double arguments, not long double arguments.
only support ITIMER_REAL for now.
link will copy the file if it can't implement
a true hardlink. This is true at least for FAT and FAT32 filesystems.
NTFS supports hardlinks.
lseek only works properly on binary
setuid is only safe against reverting the user
switch after a call to one of the exec(2) functions took place. Windows
doesn't support a non-revertable user switch within the context of Win32
vfork just calls
vhangup always returns -1 and sets errno to
The XSI IPC functions
msgsnd are only
available when cygserver is running and the
environment variable is set so that it contains the string