ls returns bad file descriptor
Tue Jun 14 21:05:00 GMT 2005
On Tue, Jun 14, 2005 at 04:14:41PM -0400, Shaffer, Kenneth wrote:
>On Tue, Jun 14, 2005 at 10:17:09AM -0700, Shankar Unni wrote:
>>Perhaps there's some problem/issue with the permissions on the root of
>>your share that's confusing bash? Does this also happen in a
>>subdirectory of the share?
>bash hasn't changed, only cygwin1.dll.
>It also happens in a subdirectory of the share. I had posted an strace
>output which I hope would make sense to others more knowledgeable than
>When I looked at the strace output, it appears to me it read the home
>directory instead of the share directory, but never output that. It's
>as if the cwd got changed from what the PWD environment variable says
You didn't notice (or report) that you got no error message when running
under strace? Hmm.
The reason is that strace isn't a cygwin program and it does not necessarily
inherit cygwin's concept of cwd.
>This doesn't happen with 1.5.16 using the same bash.
>I'm going to try a different snapshot.
Please don't. Try doing this instead:
c:\>strace -ostrace.out bash
and send strace.out here.
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