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SubjectRe: [PATCH] sed s/gawk/awk/ scripts/
On Tuesday 23 January 2007 7:49 pm, Andrew Morton wrote:
> If the kernel is being compiled on a non-Linux system (eg: legacy Unix)
> then it is, I guess, possible for `awk' and `gawk' to offer different
> features. If the kernel's use of gawk uses GNU extensions then this patch
> might break things on such a system.
> I guess we'll find out...

I think we can rule out the "print $6" and "print $11" as gnu extensions. And
sub() is in the Single Unix Specification v3 spec for awk:

I've used the busybox version and it worked just fine, once the links were

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