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Re: AW: kvm problem with FreeBSD

From: stefan
Subject: Re: AW: kvm problem with FreeBSD
Date: Fri, 6 Aug 2004 11:07:03 +0200 (CEST)
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> address@hidden wrote:
> [...]
>> NSProcessInfo: Cannot open /proc/mem/something
>> Error: libkvm does not return an environment for the current
>> process
> [...]
> Can't open /proc/mem/<whatever> because even /proc/mem doesn't
> exist on FreeBSD. It would be /proc/<process number>/mem.

You're right. It was a typo the correct error message contained
'/proc/<process number>/mem'.

> Consider accessing /proc/<whatever> directly Bad Style because
> /proc does not necessarily exist on/for a given system.

That's the real problem. I've no proc support on my system. I've
the /proc directory and it's empty. I think i can remember that
i disabled proc support when installing my system because has been
said that it's deprected or something like this.

I wonder why it worked with previous versions of GNUstep.

greets & thanks

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