xterm: Error 18, errno 13
rene at exactcode.de
Thu Dec 2 04:52:41 PST 2004
Javier Valencia wrote:
> Glynn Clements wrote:
>> Is your kernel module checking both the device and inode number? Or is
>> it only checking the inode number, and mistaking /dev or /dev/pts for
>> the /bin directory? Note that /dev/pts definitely won't be on the root
>> filesystem, and /dev won't be on the root filesystem if you are using
> Mmmmm i printed too the path of the inode, and it prints "/dev/pts/2",
> this device have inode 4 too, it's a link i think.
> So, i've added a S_ISREG check for the inode, and now it works!
You should better check if the devices is the one your /bin is on. There
is most probably a inode "4" on every filesystem you mount. E.g.
tomorrow you'll notice that you cannot read a file from a inserted CD ...
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