Subject: Re: bin/18785: config can read directories
To: Julio Merino <>
From: Andrew Brown <>
List: netbsd-bugs
Date: 10/23/2002 17:55:54
>> Does it matter at all? Why would you config /tmp, and if you did,
>> would any harm be done?
>It was an "example". These days, I've tried to config a directory several
>times by mistake, hehe. And the error, when this happens, is not clear.
>So probably, this pr could be "it should say the proper error when
>it is run on a directory".

it might be nice if someone was ambitious enough to teach config how
to snarf the config out of the kernel itself, now that kernels can
contain such things.  ;-)

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