|Subject:||Antwort: Re: Antwort: Re: mcedit and file locking|
|Date:||Mon, 25 Sep 2006 18:06:40 +0200|
>> Where is the dead symlink located?
> In the same directory as the file being edited.
>> If one user opens a file with mcedit for editing and another user
>> does the same with mcedit should he get a message about this fact?
>> The mc version is 4.5.51 wiht RedHat 7.2
> That version doesn't support locking. Locking support was
> added starting with MC 4.6.0.
I've updated MC to 4.6.0 on the RedHat 7.2 system, but there is still no dead symlink and
no message editing a file already opened by somebody else.
I've tried the same with MC 4.6.1 on a gentoo system, but also no symlink and no message.
Is there a special option to activate locking support, or is there something else to do?
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