On Wed, 13 Sep 2000, Miquel van Smoorenburg wrote:
> Stick a setsid() before the tty stuff.
Have you tried it? There is a good reason why I put the setsid() call so
early in kernel's init(). Once the initialization is done, init will have
several kernel threads as part of its process group, even though it's not
a process leader itself... Yeah, inconsistent, but enough to make
At the very very least, the part of my patch that adds the setsid() call
should be applied, so process number 1 _can_ acquire a controlling tty if
it wants to.
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