Just wondering if all of fcntl is implemented on the gumstix?
I have a program which is monitoring /mnt/mmc using fcntl(fdd, F_NOTIFY,
DN_MODIFY) where fdd is a file descriptor for the open directory "fdd =
I then set a signal handler for SIGIO and everything compiles and runs
okay on my Fedora installation. However, when the program runs on the
gumstix, fcntl fails with an "Invalid argument" error.
I have checked that fdd opens okay. So I'm wondering if all of fcntl is
implemented on the gumstix? i.e. F_NOTIFY.=20
The F_NOTIFY function of fcntl requires the _GNU_SOURCE macro - if that
has any bearing on things?
Also - does anyone know how to configure syslogd to stop logging
everything? Everytime I modify a GPIO I get a log message. Currently I
am setting/clearing a GPIO about 100 times a second.=20
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