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Re: /usr/bin/false



Paul de Weerd (paul_(_at_)_mail_(_dot_)_me_(_dot_)_maar_(_dot_)_nu) wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 04, 2001 at 09:54:53PM +0100, Han wrote:
> | /usr/bin/false	-> process dies straight away
> | /usr/bin/true	-> idem

> $ /usr/bin/false; echo $?
> 1
> $ /usr/bin/true ; echo $?
> 0

> What appears to be the same, apparantly isn't. You say 'dies' when it
> actually exits the way it should ;)

[~]# /usr/bin/maybe
bash: /usr/bin/maybe: No such file or directory

Grrrr I am not looking for a quest in trivial persuit. I am looking
for the answer?

Why does junkbuster need a shell to work all of the sudden.


Cya, Han.