On Tue, 28 Mar 2000, Liam Bedford wrote:
> Good god... Is there anything that's not a filesystem anymore...
> Solaris now has /etc/mnttab as a filesystem... What happened
> to the mantra of everything and anything is a file, and can be
> accessed as such :)
that's the whole reason for making shm a filesystem. So that you can
have filesystem open/stat/write/etc semantics on shm objects.
SysV IPC was very un-Unixy.
(now if only we could have a /dev/net/eth0)
> Liam Bedford 01-4170153
> System Administrator WBT Systems, Block 2, Harcourt Ctr.,
> Harcourt St., Dublin 2>
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