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SubjectRe: Linux-2.4.15-pre5 - probably something wrong with /proc/cpuinfo.
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On Sat, 17 Nov 2001 15:56, Alexander Viro wrote:
> I can't reproduce it here. Which version of bash it is?
Hello,

It is: GNU bash, version 2.04.0(1)-release

On a related note redirecting the contents of /proc/cpuinfo using 'cat'
command to a file on my home directory and providing that as an input fixes
the problem. For eg:

#/bin/bash
# set and adjust the CMOS clock
if test "$HWCLOCK_ACCESS" != "no" ; then
echo -n Setting up the CMOS clock
CLOCKCMD=hwclock
cat /proc/cpuinfo > /root/2.4.15-pre5
while read line; do
case "$line" in
*MTX\ Plus*) CLOCKCMD="hwclock --mtxplus --directisa" ;;
*PReP\ Dual\ MTX*) CLOCKCMD="hwclock --mtxplus --directisa" ;;
esac
done < /root/2.4.15-pre5
fi

Thanks.
--
Hari.
harisri@bigpond.com

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