mccrosky at ualberta.ca
Sat Mar 24 21:44:20 PST 2001
"mount -a" produces no output. Not too helpful, eh. As for my
repentance, which infinitely benevolent being is to grant my redemption?
How should I address him? Perhaps you could provide an example prayer?
Previously I had assumed that linux could provide for my spiritual
needs, lately now, however, I have been searching for something more;
perhaps this God of yours could be what I seek, or maybe I just need
MacOS X. ;)
Simon Perreault wrote:
> On Sunday 25 March 2001 00:05, Jesse McCrosky wrote:
> > I think "exit-code 32" is fairly descriptive
> Not at all. An exit-code doesn't mean anything (almost) if you don't have the
> error message associated with it, or if you're not incredibly knowledgeable
> about the internals of a program.
> > however, from reading
> > your other posts to this list, I understand you have an unique
> > perspective.
> Thank you. ;)
> > typing "mount -a; echo $?" at a bash-2.04 prompt produces the output "32"
> Ok, this all good, but what I want is the error message, not the exit code.
> Doesn't "mount -a" produce any output?
> > I hope you forgive me for not including the color in this error
> > message.
> For a week, every morning at 7AM, say 7 prayers for our Lord and God, in his
> infinite benevolence, will forgive all your sins. Go in peace my child.
> Simon Perreault -- Public key: http://nomis80.dyn.dhs.org/nomis80.gpg
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