Re: /bin/ksh as a default POSIX shell
> Anton Ivanov wrote:
> > If you are right at least apache scripts are not. I suggest you
> > file a bug against it.
> If you know how to call apache scripts to demonstrate the error then
> please file the bug yourself.
> Check before, if you run an up-to-date apache.
> apache starts up correctly for me on every system boot, and I do have
> /bin/sh pointing to /bin/ash as well.
My fault. It actually uses #!/bin/bash which it should not anyway
> I don't see any problems with this setup, apart from occasional
> 'bashisms', which have to be reported and fixed (see Policy).
It is a bashism. 100% one. See above.
> > > > You cannot use it as a default shell without auditing all scripts.
> This is not correct. The scripts are fairly reliable in not using
> bashisms, cause these had been fixed some time ago.
> P.S.: Please can you go without the PGP stuff for the mailing list? It
> seems to double the size of your messages. Thanks.
Anton R. Ivanov ARI2-RIPE
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