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Old 11th July 2008
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Well, I personally doubt that the functioning of /proc on any common systems would live up to my opinions of what it should be but that's just a fact of life.

Originally Posted by myself
binary or flat files in /proc or sysctl's
What I meant by 'binary' was binary data stored in /proc/files rather then plain text.

sysctl is just a program used to get/set kernel state.

/sbin/sysctl, /proc/0/, /sysfs/, as long as it W_O_R_K_S ;-)
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