Here is a small bugfix for the sig28 bug Ian Chilton was seeing
The fix is far from complete : it only acknowlegde the cause of the
message, but leave a great space for completeness. [ the message isn't
displayed anymore, but no * really useful* action is done.
In fact, right now, the SIGWINCH (that is related to the tty on the
host on which UML processes are mapped onto -- such as fd:0,fd1 or
xterms ... ) isn't delivered to the process that owns the tty inside the
UML but rather to the current process. So this has still to be done.
So, i confirmed Jeff's comment on sig28, that it is "mostly unharmful" :
nothing goes wrong, just the processes 'inside UML' that don't get the
information that the tty has changed some of its properties.
[ just issue top, and resize the terminal, and look at the different
behaviour on the host and in the UML ]
Oh, btw, the first inclusion is just to get rid of a warning in the
compilation process [ there were no return value ], so i just fixed it,
but it really might not be the right way.
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