Quick Question

From: Mark Andrew Crichton (crichton@ecn.purdue.edu)
Date: 04/28/96

> being left open for long periods of time -- which I don't like.  Either 
> that or when we upgraded our Linux the OS got smarter and refuses to 
Well, this is the actual problem here.  I think Linux keeps the exec "open"
for a while for some odd reason (security).  Also, depending on the OS version,
it could be the manditory file locking that was recently put in.


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