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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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2. Web Development
sir.. i am working in a WAN......
i am getting the login screen for an application by typing the address of the location and the file name "http:/184.108.40.206/xyz.html" from the node 220.127.116.11.
now i had my web applicatioon at 18.104.22.168 for which i have taken the source code of the... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: KANNI786
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)
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4. Shell Programming and Scripting
The return value of the #? returns status of the executed command, i.e If it is 0 then SUCCESS, If it is non-zero value the it means FAILURE.
My doubt is how does the return status defined?
Exp: if it returns 125,, how does it relates to failure? (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: praveen_b744
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