Re: problems writing a large file to DVD+R Double Layer disk
Greg Wooledge <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Apr 22, 2007 at 12:17:57PM +0200, Thomas Schmitt wrote:
> > I'll have to correct that via sed.
> > test -z 1 && for ac_header in dummy
> > should be a single line repair of
> > for ac_header in
> I don't understand this "repair". test -z 1 will always return "false",
> because "1" is not a zero-length string. So you might as well just comment
> out the "for ac_header in dummy" line altogether.
> As far as the original code goes, I'd have to see the entire "for"
> loop to know what the actual problem is. Since I don't have access to
> a Solaris system (with its ancient pre-POSIX /bin/sh), and since dash
Sorry, you do not seem to understand POSIX :-(
While Solaris is fully POSIX-1-2001 compliant, Linux is not....
POSIX is a _source_ standard that does not deal with path names at all.
POSIX does not care about what you get when you type /bin/sh, POSIX grants you
that if you call:
you get a POSIX shell.
An autoconf utility that depends on bash instead of the Bourne shell is not
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