/proc functionality; ls errors
Wed Feb 2 06:00:00 GMT 2005
Cool - does that mean it was a bug and was fixed, or did it just
happen to disappear due to some other improvement? Either way...
'bout how long does it take till things go from CVS to a release,
these days. I've tried twice to build from CVS, but never seem
to have gotten a full build to run w/no errors (not to mention having
a woefully inadequate machine to build such a project on...(sigh)).
Such is life...:^).
Corinna Vinschen wrote:
>On Jan 29 14:12, linda w wrote:
>>Had another Question regarding the /proc file system. If
>>I am in /proc (Cygwin Window, bash) and I type the
>>command "'ls' -l" I get:
>>/proc> 'ls' -l
>>ls: loadavg: Operation not permitted
>Should be fixed in current CVS.
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