"cat /proc/mtrr" doesn't display anything?

"cat /proc/mtrr" doesn't display anything?

Post by Id E » Thu, 07 Sep 2000 03:42:46

AMD K6-2 3DNow! 400MHz, Gigabyte GA-5AX motherboard, 128MB RAM,
running 2.4-test7, kernel compiled with CONFIG_MK6 and CONFIG_MTRR.

given the above configuration, shouldn't "cat /proc/mtrr" show something?


1. Why doesn't echo "text" 'command' "more text" work?

                 ^                                        ^
Wrong quotes, should be -
   echo "You have" `grep Subject: /usr/spool/mail/me | wc -l` "messages."
or -
   echo "You have `grep Subject: /usr/spool/mail/me | wc -l` messages."

But, another problem is, if you've no mail, /usr/spool/mail/me does not
exist, leading grep to say:
   grep: can't open /usr/spool/mail/me
Wc will still report 0.

You might try -
   sh -c 'echo "You have `grep 2>/dev/null Subject: /usr/spool/mail/me | wc -l` messages."'

Hope this helps.

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