ls returns bad file descriptor

Shaffer, Kenneth shaffek@sciatl.com
Tue Jun 14 23:35:00 GMT 2005


> Try turning off strict case checking.

That works, but now I'm not unix-like.

I put the strict case back and then tried the case that Windows shows in
the explorer, Explr_drivers5\Reboot_results2, and ls still failed.

In any event, looks like we're closer to solving the problem.

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