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What's coming in $NEXT_KERNEL_VERSION, part 1

What's coming in $NEXT_KERNEL_VERSION, part 1

Posted May 27, 2011 20:20 UTC (Fri) by utoddl (subscriber, #1232)
Parent article: What's coming in $NEXT_KERNEL_VERSION, part 1

Anything starting with one of [yY1] is considered to be true, while strings starting with one of [nN0] are false; anything else gets an -EINVAL error.
Wouldn't [yY1tT] and [nN0fF] be more... satisfying?


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What's coming in $NEXT_KERNEL_VERSION, part 1

Posted May 29, 2011 18:10 UTC (Sun) by marineam (guest, #28387) [Link]

Indeed, now that this has come up I realize that I cannot possibly live without the ability to echo "totally" or "f*** no" into sysfs files. :-D


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