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cs35Llab3 - As what the TA has mentioned in the email I was...

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1. Configure installation files cd ~/Desktop ./configure --prefix=/home/Desktop/Install 2. Make files make 3. install make install 4. Reproduce error cd ./Install/bin ./df sudo chmod 700 /dev/sda6 (no error message displayed?) 5. Patch installation cd ~/Desktop/coreuntils-5.92/src emacs df.c C-s stat_file = mount_point ? mount_point (apply patch by following the instruction) C-x C-s (alternatively, the path -p0 < coreutils-df-ignore-noaccess.path command can be used to apply the patch automatically) 6. Re-Config (current working directory swtiched to coreuntils-5.92 ./configure --prefix=/home/Desktop/Install 7. Re-make make 8. Re-Install make install 9. Re-Reproduce Error cd bin ./df (still no error message)
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Unformatted text preview: ######################################################### As what the TA has mentioned in the email, I was unable to reproduce the error described on the assignment page after changing disk/mounting point access permissions. No other significant errors has occured during the lab. It is unlikely for the new version to contain any existing bugs in the older version. Upgrading is generally better than patching. Also, instead of listing the detailed access permission details, the program can (simulate Windows) and print out an "Access Denied" message, unless a specific command requesting detailed mount point information is given....
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