There are 96 open security issues in stretch. There are 33 open security issues in sid. There are 65 open security issues in buster. You can find information about how to handle these issues in the security team's documentation. There are 49 open security issues in bullseye.
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how to read /dev/pts/x?
In Unix-like operating systems , a device file or special file is an interface to a device driver that appears in a file system as if it were an ordinary file. Device files usually provide simple interfaces to standard devices such as printers and serial ports , but can also be used to access specific unique resources on those devices, such as disk partitions. Additionally, device files are useful for accessing system resources that have no connection with any actual device, such as data sinks and random number generators. There are two general kinds of device files in Unix-like operating systems, known as character special files and block special files. The difference between them lies in how much data is read and written by the operating system and hardware. These together can be called device special files in contrast to named pipes , which are not connected to a device but are not ordinary files either.
Getting started with Verilator
One common task in day-to-day shell scripting jobs is to read data line by line from a file, parse the data, and process it. The input file can be either a regular text file e. In bash, you can easily read columns from a file and store them into separate variables for further processing.
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