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Blog about OpenBSD/getpgid()
Contributed by weerd on Tue Jul 14 14:48:20 2009 (GMT)
from the successful-failures dept.

On the ENORL blog, Stathis writes about how OpenBSD is "the only that succeeds to fail". The title may seem a bit misleading, but his article nicely demonstrates how sometimes the status quo can be improved upon. Again we see that OpenBSD takes things just a little bit further than the others.

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by Jordi Beltran Creix (jbcreix) (jbcreix.mail@gmail.com) on Wed Jul 15 11:00:56 2009 (GMT)
  So what does one gain by knowing another process' GID?
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