Changes between Version 97 and Version 98 of EducationalAssignments/SecurityLayerPartOne

Changes between Version 97 and Version 98 of EducationalAssignments/SecurityLayerPartOne

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Changes between Version 97 and Version 98 of EducationalAssignments/SecurityLayerPartOne

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Changes between Version 97 and Version 98 of EducationalAssignments/SecurityLayerPartOne

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05/20/12 05:03:36 (7 years ago)
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  • EducationalAssignments/SecurityLayerPartOne

    v97 v98  
    6464 * command line errors: 
    6565 
    66 '''restrictions.default is missing:''' In the above command line call, you must have `repy.py`, restrictions.default encasementlib.repy, the security layer and the program you want to run in the current working directory.  If any or all of the above files are not in that directory then you will not be able to repy files.  It is likely you are trying to run repy files from the wrong directory, if this is the case.  Since `repy.py` exists in multiple directories, it is possible to run `.repy` files from other than the the one you are supposed to use.  However, this will always cause an error.   
     66'''restrictions.default is missing:''' In the above command line call, you must have `repy.py`, restrictions.default encasementlib.repy, the security layer and the program you want to run in the current working directory.  If any or all of the above files are not in that directory then you will not be able to repy files.  It is likely you are trying to run repy files from the wrong directory, if this is the case.  Since `repy.py` exists in multiple directories, it is possible to run `.repy` files from directories other than the the one you are supposed to use.  However, this will always cause an error.   
    6767 
    6868 * Downloading the wrong version of seattle: