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    Subject[Total OFF TOPIC} A very strange, crazy thing
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    Hi all.

    Last night, when i was compiling a new program, i did this thing "in
    locus":

    darkstar:/usr/src/gs5.50# cd //tmp (double slash?)
    darkstar://tmp# cd //usr (works??)
    darkstar://usr# _ (how?????)

    and it works in any parent directory. If i try:

    darkstar://usr# cd //home//ftp//pub
    darkstar://home/ftp/pub# _

    I just got double slashes in 1st dir. Is that really possible to do, or my
    machine (and me) are getting too much crazy? :p

    Linux 2.2.1, glibc-2.0.7pre6, egcs-1.1.1, ext2fs to all disks, bash 2.20.
    Is "just" a 3.6 slack being migrated to glibc.

    --
    Alexandre Hautequest
    hquest@linuxbr.com.br
    ICQ 8563517
    "When I'm on the road, I'm indestructible. No one can stop me. But they
    try..."


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