Re: Several reason a minimal POSIX /bin/bash is a bad idea
> It is delivered in the base system. While you are free to do anything you
> wish with your system, I expect to be running bash when I log into my
> system, and I think most folks do as well.
> I don't think that anyone has advocated that you should be forced to use
> bash. What I am advocating is that you not restrict me from using it.
No. No one is advocating the forced use of bash, and no one is advocating
the prevention of it. This is not about either of those issues.
This is about the default /bin/sh.
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