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  1. #1
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    rename() not moving file in Z:

    Hi,

    I am using rename(oldfileName,NewFileName) to move the file from Z:/ to Z:/ in the Emulator.

    But it is failing.When I use chmod to change the Mode of the Z:/ directory,I am getting missing the capabilities: TCB error.


    Can anyone please explain me how to do this?



    with regards,
    Shini

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    Re: rename() not moving file in Z:

    you got the reason, you have a missing capability .

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    Re: rename() not moving file in Z:

    Nope, the problem is that you are trying to modify read only ROM drive..

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    Re: rename() not moving file in Z:

    Quote Originally Posted by shini_m View Post
    Hi,

    I am using rename(oldfileName,NewFileName) to move the file from Z:/ to Z:/ in the Emulator.

    But it is failing.When I use chmod to change the Mode of the Z:/ directory,I am getting missing the capabilities: TCB error.


    Can anyone please explain me how to do this?



    with regards,
    Shini
    Z drive is read only disc, it can not be modified.
    I think even with TCB, you still can not copy file to Z drive
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