ESRCH not found

Kurt Gerber kurt.gerber at
Tue Sep 21 14:51:49 EDT 1999

I'm runnig SuSE 6.0 on Linux 2.2.9.
I checked /usr/include/asm/errno.h 
Everything seems to be o.k. there....

Kurt Gerber

On Tue, 21 Sep 1999, Bill Hughes wrote:
>Kurt Gerber <kurt.gerber at> wrote:
>> Compiling grass5beta3 I get the following Error: 
>> Error in ...... ERSCH undeclared (first use in this function ) 
>> in different files like ...src/general/gis/lock.c and different others.
>> There was always the function:
>ESRCH is the error code for "No Such Process" and is #3 for Linux 
>(Alpha and Intel.) Look in /usr/include/asm/errno.h, or wherever your
>system puts such things.
>> Is this function important or can I comment out the line 
>> return errno!= ESRCH;    ?
>Probably not a good idea.  That return value is used to determine the
>status of the process, and to trigger the program to terminate early.
>What platform are you working on?
>Bill Hughes

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