Re: /bin/ksh as a default POSIX shell
> > You cannot use it as a default shell without auditing all scripts.
> I have used ash for over a year now as my /bin/sh.
OK, OK, OK, I surrender.
I have to admit my experience was rather old
and the quantity of bashisms have sharply decreased. So you can run
another POSIX compliant shell happily for sh nowdays.
Anton R. Ivanov ARI2-RIPE
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