normal to blue-screen windows when doing 'ls -CF' of /proc/sys/GLOBAL?? (bug? cygcheck attached)
L A Walsh
Tue May 15 19:54:00 GMT 2018
Someone else wrote:
> just tried that command. There is no BSOD on my system. Windows 10
> latest build, Dell laptop with latest Cygwin.
> Maybe there is an issue with your anti-virus or application firewall?
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I don't have *much* of an anti-virus and my system's on an internal
network (connected via proxy or sometimes NAT for games). For malware
I just use the free MS "home essentials" which I usually (including now)
don't have set for real-time scanning -- I do a weekly scan
which takes several hours.
If it isn't set for real-time detection, though, I don't think
it would be causing an issue. No?
This is something that has persisted through many versions (like
more than a year or two), including things like repairing the OS via
an inplace "upgrade"/reinstall. So it's fairly persistent (and annoying,
as I used to like to look around in all the proc dirs).
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