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 Post subject: Linux Open_() Problems
PostPosted: Mon Oct 23, 2017 9:54 pm 

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I am trying to understand how to use Linux functions in Purebasic. So I wanted to open a file and see if I could lock it. However, the File Descriptor returned from the open_() functions is always -1. There was one occasion when it was a positive value but I have not been able to repeat it. Can anyone see what is wrong with my code? I am new to Linux so I have lots to learn.

ImportC ""
   errno_location() As "__errno_location"

lcPath.s = GetCurrentDirectory()
Debug lcpath

lnF.i= open_(lcPath+"",O_CREAT + O_RDWR,"0666")

;lnF.i = CreateFile(1,lcPath+"",#PB_File_NoBuffering | #PB_Ascii)

Debug lnF

Structure Lock

Define loLock.Lock

loLock\l_type = F_RDLCK   ; F_WRLCK = 1, F_UNLCK = 2, F_RDLCK = 0
loLock\l_whence = SEEK_SET ; SEEK_SET = 0
lolock\l_start = 0
loLock\l_len = 0
loLock\l_pid = getpid_()

lnLck.i = fcntl_(lnF,F_SETLCK,@loLock)
Debug PeekL(errno_location())

;lnLck.i = flock(lnID,1) ;LOCK_SH   1, LOCK_EX   2, LOCK_NB   4, LOCK_UN   8
Debug lnLck

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