Bootscripts [HEAD]

The Old Fellow nowhere at
Wed Jun 30 08:58:28 PDT 2004

Zack Winkles wrote:
> On Wed, 30 Jun 2004 15:35:50 +0200, Matthias Benkmann
> <msbremove-this at> wrote:
>>On Wed, 30 Jun 2004 07:05:43 -0400 Bryan Kadzban
>><bryan at> wrote:
>>>For each file and directory that it finds (unless the dir is named
>>>lost+found), it rm -rf's it.  That means that if your /tmp looks like
>>>   |
>>>   |-.X11-unix/
>>>   |   |
>>>   |   |-X0
>>>   |
>>>   |-temp-file
>>>Then when find sees .X11-unix, it runs rm -rf on it.  But then find
>>>attempts to recurse into .X11-unix (since it's a recursive search for
>>>stuff), and fails because it just deleted the directory.
>>>I *think* we could get rid of the message if we added a -maxdepth 1 to
>>>find's arguments.
>>How about using -depth?
> This is fixed as of 20040630 (today?).

Thanks for the education (and the fix).

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