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Re: bash problem b17.1 under Windows NT 4/NTFS
- To: gnu-win32 at cygnus dot com
- Subject: Re: bash problem b17.1 under Windows NT 4/NTFS
- From: David Shochat <shochat at itg-sepg dot logicon dot com>
- Date: Mon, 17 Mar 1997 17:37:43 -0800
- Organization: Logicon Information Technology Group
- References: <firstname.lastname@example.org> <332A1C78.3E51@netcom.com>
- Reply-To: shochat at itg-sepg dot logicon dot com
Jim Balter wrote:
> Mark Levine wrote:
> > I am running b17.1 under Windows NT 4.0.
> > The following command sequence when run under bash fails when running on an
> > NTFS file system:
> > % cat >foo <<EOF
> > > aaa
> > > bbb
> > > EOF
> > bash.exe: 49069028: No such file or directory
> > The file foo is created but it is empty, the number in the error messages
> > sometimes is different, last few digits change.
> > The above works fine on a FAT file system partition.
> > As a result of this problem I can not build any of the GNU software from
> > source because the configure script will fail because of this problem.
> The FAQ! The FAQ! I haven't read the FAQ! No time to waste, I must
> make haste, no time to read the FAQ!
> In other words, mkdir /tmp
Although this is certainly a question which is asked and answered
frequently, I just went looking for it in the FAQ and can't find it
there. Maybe it's hiding in the answer to some other question?
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