56Re: [vim-mac] Re: vim-5.6 MacOS-8.6 vs Dislock - solved / update os_mac.txt!
- May 10, 2000
> > Because Disklock is a 'program' which interferes with access to theIndeed it does. DiskLock used to part of NUM (Norton's Utilities for the Mac),
> disk. It
> > is intended to make certain disks, files, or folders inaccessible.
>Hmm, sounds like it's a Disklock problem then. Does it prevent disk access by
>crashing the program that tries to? Vim would normally catch read/write
>errors in the swap file and give an error message, not crash. If the problem
>is that on the Mac a read/write error in the swap file is not handled
>properly, then that can probably be fixed.
which was bought by Symantec, and later sold to Power On software,
< URL:http://www.poweronsw.com/ >. So far as I know it is still current,
but I have never used it. I believe that best of breed disk locking utilities
is FolderBolt, but I haven't ever used that either!
I am always careful to run secure servers against DOS attack. You never
know when someone might break in to your server and install DOS on it.
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