buf of ln -s?
Thu Oct 2 22:25:00 GMT 1997
> The below line can be executed successfully.
> bash:/bin$ ln -s //h/gnuwin32/b18/h-i386-cygwin32/bin/* .
> But when //h is a compressed disk, it crashes, unless I remove
> some files from the directory //h/gnuwin32/b18/h-i386-cygwin32/bin.
> (error from too man files?)
> error messages:
> BASH caused a stack fault in module KERNEL32.DLL at 0137:bff725c5.
> Why that? The problem is from 'ln -s' or 'const defined in srcs' or
> stack or W95 limit?
> The running system is Windows95 OSR2, FAT16.
> Hope people understand my English. :-)
The crashing occured not only in the case I mentioned but also
whenever the linking directory has 'too many files', even if disk is
Maybe you want to try the following line on your Win95 system:
bash:/tmp$ ln -s //C/Win95/system/* .
(where '//C/Win95' is the root of Windows95, depending on your system)
See what happend after pressing Enter. Is that normal?(I mean crashing
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