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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)
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I am running the gxemul software under cygwin,
Just when installing the .iso image, I got the error shown in
the picture. Any ideas what's happening?
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Discussion started by: lucky7456969
I am opening a text file using open() system call in O_RDONLY mode.
open() returns me a valid handler but also sets errno to 13 i.e. EACCES(Permission denied).
Question is when open() is returning a valid handler then why does it sets the errno?
Should not errno be set only in case of error... (10 Replies)
Discussion started by: rupeshkp728
I am calling getpwnam_r with all proper argument as below:-
rv = getpwnam_r(name, result, buffer, buflen);
This program runs fine on sol 8/9/10.
But on sol 11 it returns NULL with errno set to 25
(#define ENOTTY 25 /* Inappropriate ioctl for device */)
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Discussion started by: Ranajit
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:
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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
here the program gives a odd result:
next: Illegal seek
why? any resonable explanation? i found no information about this in man pages.
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Discussion started by: ebd
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
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)
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