Re: Bug or feature? No EOF on /proc/xxx/fd/x
Jon Hamilton (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tue, 13 Feb 1996 18:56:32 -0600
In message <m0tmR1j-000z5pC@valour.pem.cam.ac.uk>, Austin Donnelly writes:
[rest of attributions chopped ]
[ cat <(date) should print the date ]
>> I'm running a 1.3.57 kernel and this command does print the date.
>> However, the prompt fails to return untill a ^C, so it isn't quite right
>Ah - sorry, I should have phrased my mail a bit better
>I meant to say that the affected kernels don't give EOF on the
>/proc/self/fd file, so you need to ^C it.
>But as Andrew Danforth <email@example.com> writes:
[works at 1.3.62]
>So this problem may have been solved as of 1.3.62
Just a data point: it works fine for me as well, running 1.3.61. I guess
it was fixed as of then at least :)
 hamilton@dial42-235 hamilton$ uname -a
Linux dial42-210 1.3.61 #1 Fri Feb 9 20:29:56 CST 1996 i486
 hamilton@dial42-235 hamilton$ cat <(date)
Tue Feb 13 18:51:52 CST 1996
 hamilton@dial42-235 hamilton$
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