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

> Or you can copy your all your args and env to a temporary place and
> then re-build your args and env with the new argv[0] in it's place.

Yes, this is a good solution, too. The problem with all solutions
is that they involve a good bunch of code for a thing that doesn't
deserve it ;))

Moreover, since I must preserve the environment and I'm pretty
sure that there is no arg except argv[0], I end up with the same
problem. The user may install this bit of crap under name '/i', for
example, and then I have only two characters for the new name :((

Thanks for your help :)

Raúl
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