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SubjectRe: Who changed /proc/<pid>/ in 2.6.0-test5-bk9?
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In article <20031002223550.GB13853@mail.shareable.org>,
Jamie Lokier <jamie@shareable.org> wrote:
>Miquel van Smoorenburg wrote:
>> How about use /proc/self/task/self/fd/%d if /proc/self/task/self
>> exists, /proc/self/fd/%d otherwise ?
>
>/dev/stdin is a symbolic link to /proc/self/fd/0.
>
>open("/dev/stdin", O_RDONLY) should always work, if descriptor 0 is readable.
>
>Maybe you're saying /dev/stdin should be changed to link to
>/proc/self/task/self/fd/0?

You're right, that would not fly. Scrap that idea.

Mike.

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