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Hi, I need to look at a recent copy of /usr/include/errno.h from AIX 7.2 to check some symbols. In particular, I'm curious if it defines EOWNERDEAD and ENOTRECOVERABLE. Can someone who has access to 7.2 please check for me? Thanks! (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: topcat
After executing "yum update -y" command I am facing this error. Please help me out.
thanks in advance. Full error & error code is given as follow:
... (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: saqlain.bashir
from mmap manpage I get it's errors discription:
The addresses specified by the range [off, off + len) are invalid
How could I trigger a ENXIO ? anyone can input the code?
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Discussion started by: yanglei_fage
i am trying to use the perror function:
but when i see the message in the terminal, it comes out like
WRONG!!! : Success
How can i change it to
WRONG!!! : WRONG!!!
well i just want to have my own custom message for the part after the colon... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: omega666
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I have following problem with this code..
First time trough the main loop.....
perror gives ....blocked signal:success(all other times gives illlegal seek)
Should every time trought the main loop be success??
And the perror otside of main loop...didn't change mask:success
That line of code... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: joker40
I use perror in order to print an error message to the standar error. For example
if a C program is called without its two necessary command line parameters
if (argc != 3)
perror("use: ./myProgram <source file> <target file>\n");
Now the... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: dariyoosh
Hey, Can I assume that for certain function calls, errno can never be set to a certain value.
More specifically, can I assume that for if the stat function call fails, the errno can never be or "No space left on device."
I am assuming that a read function cannot fail because of no space... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: the_learner
How should I use errno in a c program and what info does it have .
I am working with directories and files.
So can any one tell me How to access errno?I am using the stat() function on \etc directory and I am alble to access only the half of the directories.I am not able to access other half and... (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: vijlak
I need to make a lib with pthread, when I run my make file all is good. But when I run my test program, I test errno in the begining and is already set to 251. Is it normal ??? What can I modify in my Makefile to have errno set to 0 ???
gcc -D_REENTRANT -shared -fpic... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: dts
In Tru64 Unix, the 'errno' variable is not thread safe.
Could anybody help me about how to make it thread safe or how to check 'errno' in a Multithreaded program ????
The Programming process is like this.
There are some definite number of threads having their own task.
There is one... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: S.Vishwanath