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  • #11
    Originally posted by TestingTe View Post
    Well I did submit a bug report: https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=54191

    That's about as much as I know how to do ^.^"
    Didn't mean to double-post O.o

    Sorry ^.^"

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    • #12
      Originally posted by CthuIhux View Post
      In BSD, any C program that has an fclose(NULL) will crash while of Linux, it does not.
      It's nothing wrong with that according to standard and it's easier to debug programs this way.

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      • #13
        Originally posted by CthuIhux View Post
        Looks like we have a BSD fucker here. Fuck off and come back when you start using Linux
        Did you not see the board on Phoronix 'BSD, Mac OS X, Hurd & Others' where you are currently posting in?

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        • #14
          Originally posted by CthuIhux View Post
          In BSD, any C program that has an fclose(NULL) will crash while of Linux, it does not.
          Basically this means nothing more than "Linux has support for people that are to dumb to program correctly, while BSD has not."

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          • #15
            Now this may explain something.

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            • #16
              Originally posted by CthuIhux View Post
              Looks like we have a BSD ****** here. **** off and come back when you start using Linux
              Erm....dude.... useless h8 is useless.

              The comment on the kernel alone showed I keep up with both GNU/Linux and FreeBSD.

              And explaining why GhostBSD was made and my thoughts on PC-BSD is about as relevant as explaining why Bodhi was made and my thoughts on Mint.

              --sent from my made-to-be-GNU-friendly Gentoo GNU/Linux laptop

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              • #17
                For those who are thinking they forked FreeBSD to run gnome2:
                GhostBSD is not new; it's an established (though rather minor?) project making a GNOME/FreeBSD livecd.

                Also, for CthuIhux:
                You sure?
                Code:
                idunham@Caracal:/tmp$ cat fclose.c
                #include <stdio.h>
                int main()
                {
                        int i;
                        i=fclose(0);
                        return i;
                }
                Caracal:/tmp$ make fclose
                cc     fclose.c   -o fclose
                Caracal:/tmp$ ./fclose
                Segmentation fault
                Caracal:/tmp$  lsb_release -a
                LSB Version:    core-2.0-ia32:core-2.0-noarch:core-3.0-ia32:core-3.0-noarch:core-3.1-ia32:core-3.1-noarch:core-3.2-ia32:core-3.2-noarch
                Distributor ID: Debian
                Description:    Debian GNU/Linux 6.0.7 (squeeze)
                Release:        6.0.7
                Codename:       squeeze
                Caracal:/tmp$  uname -a
                Linux Caracal 3.8.0-tp-22+ #8 SMP PREEMPT Mon Feb 18 23:19:13 PST 2013 i686 GNU/Linux
                cc=gcc 4.4, compiling with glibc.
                Same results with NULL instead of 0.

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                • #18
                  I just tried "fclose(NULL)" on Windows 7 with cygwin GCC 4.5.3 and it doesn't crash.

                  Windows, the most reliable operating system on planet.

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                  • #19
                    Originally posted by LightBit View Post
                    Windows, the most reliable operating system on planet.
                    EXTERMINATE!! EXTERMINATE!!!

                    Though ppl seem content on debating FreeBSD vs GNU/Linux, we can all agree one thing.... Windows sucks xD

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                    • #20
                      Actually, Windows is ok. It just lacks preinstalled GNU/BSD tools like sed.

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