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Re: perl -e problem

by devnul (Monk)
on May 20, 2005 at 21:40 UTC ( #459147=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to perl -e problem

... Another thought just occurred to me. I wonder if perl -e 'sfadfdff' attempts to create a temporary file?

... you may want to check permissions and see if you can create temporary files as your cnow user.


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Re^2: perl -e problem
by dantheman1210 (Beadle) on May 20, 2005 at 21:47 UTC
    Tried this:
    cnow> touch /tmp/nothing cnow> ls -al /tmp/nothing -rw-r--r-- 1 cnow sysadmin 0 May 20 15:53 /tmp/nothing

    So I am able to create a tmp file.
      I do not think that is a sufficient test.

      I'm not sure what the solaris function is being used, mkstemp, or something like that.
      It may not even be using the /tmp directory. Perhaps /var/tmp?

      - dEvNuL

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