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fexecve - execute program specified via file descriptor
int fexecve(int fd, char *const argv, char *const envp);
fexecve() performs the same task as execve(2), with the difference that
the file to be executed is specified via a file descriptor, fd, rather
than via a pathname.
A successful call to fexecve() never returns. On error, the function
returns, with a result value of -1 is returned, and errno is set
Errors are as for execve(2), with the following additions:
EINVAL fd is not a valid file descriptor, or argv is NULL, or envp is
ENOSYS The /proc file system could not be accessed.
fexecve() is implemented since glibc 2.3.2.
This function is Linux-specific. It is under consideration for
inclusion in a future version of POSIX.1.
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