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- To: mvdv at bigfoot dot com, Cygwin <cygwin at sourceware dot cygnus dot com>
- Subject: RE: Permissions
- From: "Parker, Ron" <rdparker at butlermfg dot com>
- Date: Thu, 8 Jun 2000 13:49:43 -0500
> why does this work OK
> bash-2.04$ sed -n 'p' /usr/info/time.info
> < ... output omitted .... >
> but this not work:
> bash-2.04$ for FI in `ls /usr/info/*.info`; do sed -n 'p' $FI; done
> sed: can't read /usr/info/autoconf.info: No such file or directory
It must be something in your configuration. It runs just fine on my
machine. To quote Ernie, "The output from cygcheck -s -v -r might be useful
in this case."
Just a note on your script fragment. the 'ls' is not needed. The following
will work as well:
for FI in /usr/info/*.info; do sed -n 'p' $FI; done
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