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Description of problem:
the code has been changed to do
after a failed
open("/etc/nosuchfile", O_WRONLY|O_CREAT|O_TRUNC|O_LARGEFILE, 0666)
this results in errno being EPERM, which is highly confusing, at least to me :-)
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
as a normal user
echo hiya > /etc/nosuchfile
Actual Results: bash: /etc/nosuchfile: No such file or directory
Expected Results: bash: /etc/nosuchfile: Permission denied
I don't see this. Sure there's no file of that name?
of course I'm sure, and that is actually what bash tells me :-)
(btw, it's annoying that you close the bug as the very first response. use MORE
INFO NEEDED or something.)
Well, I need more information than I have. :-)
Show me the strace output.
Created attachment 90711 [details]
strace of bash run exhibiting problem
Created attachment 90712 [details]
ltrace of bash run exhibiting problem
Oops, I misread the original comment, sorry! I see the issue now.
Fixed package is bash-2.05b-23.