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    SubjectRe: Linux's future: //posix/ipc, //root and so on ?
    On 2000-02-29T21:07:46,
    "Khimenko Victor" <khim@sch57.msk.ru> said:

    > That is: in LOTS of current Linux systems some vital programs rely on fact
    > that currently "//"=="/". If we want EVER move to make "//" special IMHO
    > it's better to add kernel warning NOW. Perhaps configurable so it can be
    > disabled (not in compile time, but in run-time). This way at least EACH AND
    > EVERY Linux vendor will be aware about problem. What do you think ?

    From what I remember of the POSIX specs I agree.


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