Hi,

nobu.nokada / softhome.net wrote:


>>is this what he wants, the i-list?
>>
> I-nodes don't have the names and no portable way to access
> i-node lists directly.  If it were possible, unprivileged users
> should be denied, since it means to voilates file permissions.


You're right. But he could search it as root?


> # And also, an executable file is marked by an executable bit,
> # not by its suffix under normal unixen.


Sure. But doesn't the i-list say if a file is executable?
("ii its protection bits")

Well, anyways, if you say there's no portable way to access i-node lists 
directly ...


Tobi


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