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SubjectRe: path_lookup for executable
On Mon, 2006-11-20 at 04:00 +0000, e m wrote:
> I am trying to get inode for an executable program. For example, I wish to
> get inode for /usr/jdk/bin/java file in a module. The following call always
> return an error. Is there a way to get the inode of current process,
> assuming I have access to "current"


what makes you think the current executable has any meaning? It can be
unlinked, renamed or moved in the directory hierarchy since the program
was started... (and if you would go by inode number.. then there's
multiple answers possible)

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