As part of the archive flow, the pathname
location table (if used) should be modified to point each library reference to the appropriate location in the design-specific library.
When executed by the ASP middleware, the following code creates the physical pathname
The Select-Files-to-be-Indexed menu item allows any file on any drive to be specified by supplying its complete pathname
A URL is composed of a protocol identifier, a server address, and a file pathname
where verb is either display or modify, unit is the pathname
to the functional unit of interest (for instance, motherboard.
The command line always remains at the bottom of the screen, showing the user what drive is currently selected and the current pathname
CoreLabs researchers developing the exploit for CVE-2007-1744 realized that, by using a specially crafted PathName
to access a VMware shared folder, it is possible to gain complete access to the Host's file system.
On the other hand, an association @oblocal pathname
@cb is sufficient for intrasystem processes (where 'foreign pathname
' means a pathname
created by foreign processes, not a pathname
on a foreign system) .
Standards-based data format with longer pathname
These represent, respectively, the account name, the encrypted password, the user ID number, the user's default group ID number, per-user information field, the pathname
of the user's home account, and the pathname
of the user's default command interpreter or shell.
On the surface, it seemed that fingerd was too simple to have a protection bug similar to the one in sendmail; it was a very short program, and the only program it invoked (using the UNIX exec system call) was named using a constant pathname
The OpenNT KornShell supports all the features found in UNIX versions of the KornShell, such as command line editing, extended shell scripting facilities and pathname