Linda Walsh wrote:
> I notice that the return value of llseek returns an error if the value to
> return is > 32 bits. Perhaps it could change to return 64 bits via the new
> 64-bit (ia32) system call?
--- Ahh...um... it is lseek that returns an actual 'offset' value, llseek only returns 0 or error code. So...then I ask what would the implications (in a future development release) of changing lseek to return 64 bits on intel.
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