[Coco] How can you make permanent directory changes in OS-9 ml programs?

Boisy G. Pitre boisy at tee-boy.com
Sun Sep 4 17:37:31 EDT 2011

Sorry, I was looking at the wrong system call.

F$GProcP is a privileged system call, so it, like F$Move, cannot be called from a user process.

Best Regards,
Boisy G. Pitre

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On Sep 4, 2011, at 3:43 PM, Robert Gault wrote:

> Boisy G. Pitre wrote:
>> Robert,
>> Robert,
>> I'm not sure why GPrDsc would be failing.  What is the error code that it returns?
>> The F$Move may be more problematic, however.  It is a privileged system call and cannot be made from a user state process.
>> Best Regards,
>> Boisy G. Pitre
> Boisy,
> It is not GPrDsc that is failing but GProcP. If I place an F$Exit after GPrDsc, no errors are reported. Place that after GProcP and I get a 208 error, illegal service request.
> This is supposed to be an OS9p2 call OS-9 manual. F$Move is an OS9p1 so maybe that would not work from a user process.
> Robert
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