file change notification permission for native c application?

by cavalzheng » Tue, 04 Aug 2009 23:14:56 GMT

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 I am migrating a c program from linux to android
when lauch it in the shell everything is ok, but when I lauch it from
with Runtime.getRuntime().exec(...), there is permission issue
for the file change notification, also I know there is mechanism of
on android,  but I can not find related type of permission in
Manifest.permission list.

Any info will be highly appriciated.



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