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SubjectRe: Changing argv[0] under Linux.
    Hi Richard :)

> > libc, but I think that is more on the kernel side, that's why I ask
> Last time I checked argv[0] was 512 bytes. Many daemons overwrite
> it with no problem.

Any header where I can see the length for argv[0] or is this some
kind of unoficial standard? Just doing strcpy seems dangerous to me
(you can read 'paranoid'...).

Thanks a lot for your answer, Richard :)
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