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Bug 1832

Summary: ?? File and unable to delete frm GMC
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Linux Reporter: Richard D. Payne <rdp>
Component: mcAssignee: David Mason <dcm>
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Description Richard D. Payne 1999-03-26 18:21:07 UTC
Everytime I log into this machine from GDM I end with a 0K
file in my home directory (true for root and regular user).
The file is either displayed as \371\377 or ?? or uy (with
accents over each leter). I guess it an unprintable
character on the terminal.

Now if I try to delete this file (or any other file) in
GMC, it deletes the files, exits, dumps core and then comes
back (makes it difficult to delete core files this way!).


rpm -q gmc
gmc-4.5.27-2

Comment 1 Elliot Lee 1999-08-31 22:19:59 UTC
This bug is fixed in enlightenment-0.15.5-40 (via
enlightenment-0.15.5-randomdir.patch)