> That's a temporary name for the interpreter of a script. If you use
> "#!/bin/foobar", and the hurd can't find foobar anywhere, it will map
> this to a temporary whatever (pipe I think) /dev/fd/4.
> > I get such errors very frequently when installing new packages on my
> > i486 running Hurd. :-(((
> Then you are lacking a script interpreter. Do you have bash installed,
> and perl?
I am getting the same errors, I have bash2.02 and perl-5.004
Also timezones just refuses to be configured, prompting me to
configure it or not, and then exits, whatever I type.
Ashutosh S. Rajekar
- Re: /dev/fd/4
- From: Marcus Brinkmann <Marcus.Brinkmann@ruhr-uni-bochum.de>