find commmand gives 'cannot stat' for any file

find commmand gives 'cannot stat' for any file

Post by Gregory A. He » Tue, 02 Mar 1993 12:14:37



A friend of mine asked me to help him solve a problem that started
happening recently on his SparcStation.  The find command has stopped
working.  It gives "cannot stat" messages for every file you try to find.
The files are there.  He doesn't remember changing anything when it
happened.  

He is running a Sparc IPX with SunOS 4.1.2.  I feel like I need to give
more info, but that is all I could gather.  What gives?  Any Clues?  Any
questions?

Any thoughts would be appreciated,

Greg

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1. cannot find referenco to 'stat'


: does anybody know where is the problem:

: i have installed linux with kernel 1.2.13 and gcc 2.7.0 from 'd' pack
: of diskettes. however, i thought it is complete, and i still is, but i
: have problems whenever i want to compile something that uses 'stat' or
: 'lstat' etc. functions in C. always compiling passes without problems,
: but when liniking startes, i get a message "cannot find reference to
: stat". i looked in libc.a and found stat function inside, but dunno
: why can't it be found
yes. (KLUGE ALERT!).

some genius (?) decided to reimplement 'stat()' and related functions as
inline functions that are defined only in <sys/stat.h>; If you happen
to use one of these functions w/o including the "right" header, you'll
get unresolved symbols.

--
Thomas E. Dickey

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