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Re: PSPP-BUG: simple bug with pspp on mainframe

From: John Darrington
Subject: Re: PSPP-BUG: simple bug with pspp on mainframe
Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2006 09:02:46 +0800
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You are right. 

This bug has already been reported
http://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?func=detailitem&item_id=15723 Hopefully
it will be fixed soon.

Thank you for reporting this bug.

On Wed, Jun 21, 2006 at 04:54:52PM +0200, Joseph Saint Pierre wrote:
     Dear developpers,
         I am Joseph Saint Pierre, I am in charge of statistical packages
     in Toulouse Universities Computing Centre (CICT).
         I would like to present you a minor bug with GNU/PSPP.
         We have recently installed PSPP on a unix mainframe. I give you the
     reference of the computer: Sun Microsystems, 8 * UltraSparc IV 64
     bits with operating system: Solaris 2.9.
         When PSPP is used with device html with "pspp -o html" there is a
     file created with the following path: /var/tmp/pspp0.png and the owner
     of this file is the user who has sent the command. If this file is
     not deleted no one but root cannot use the command "pspp -o html".
          Maybe no one else a used PSPP with a multi users environment... I
     think this could be simply changed, but unfortunately I dont not how.
     I think the created could be located in a directory specific to the
     user for example : /var/tmp/$user/pspp0.png to avoid conflict between 
     Another solution could be giving an orignal name based on time or
     process number.
        Thanks in advance for your help.
        Yours faithfull
     Joseph Saint Pierre               tel: +33 561 36 60 21
     CICT                              fax: +33 561 52 14 58
     118, route de Narbonne            mailto:address@hidden
     31062 Toulouse Cedex 4            http://cict.fr/~stpierre
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