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From: "John Fortin" <fortinj AT attglobal DOT net>
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Subject: File Access Oddness (
Date: Thu, 7 Jun 2001 11:47:22 -0400
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Is the following a bug??  I do not remember needing '*.exe' to access a file
before, especially when 'ls' does not show the extension.

Of course, I could be mis-remembering.........

This is a new 'all default' install of cygwin from the net on Winnt4 SP6.

I'll try this from home also with my cvs copy.

John

fortinj AT FORTINJ /bin
$ type perl
perl is hashed (/usr/bin/perl)

fortinj AT FORTINJ /bin
$ cd /usr/bin

fortinj AT FORTINJ /usr/bin
$ ls -l perl
-rwxr-xr-x   1 fortinj  None         8192 Dec 21 16:50 perl

fortinj AT FORTINJ /usr/bin
$ rm perl
<=============== ???????
rm: cannot unlink `perl': No such file or directory
<===============

fortinj AT FORTINJ /usr/bin
<==============
$ rm perl.exe
<==============



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