Re: Several reasons why debian should not use bash for /bin/sh
>> On Fri, Jul 31, 1998 at 10:46:01AM +0200, Dr. Michael Meskes wrote:
>> > On Thu, Jul 30, 1998 at 09:31:00PM -0400, Gregory S. Stark wrote:
>> > That's correct. I have also experienced having bash and a not compatible
>> > libreadline on my machine. But I still was able to get into it start ftp,
>> > download the correct packages and install them. This is not what I call
>> > destroying a system. Did you ever manage to destroy your C library? That's
>> > what I call destroying your system.
>> I once lost my /etc directory completely. This is what *I* call a destroyed
>> system, but I was still able to recover (very slowly).
When I do backups, I only take /etc and /home, everything else I can
afford to lose.
Hmm. A small package to do a tarball from /etc periodically.. not even
worth package, just a cron script to make etc_date.tar.gz and keep lets
say every mondays packages for a year and delete everything else after
a week. Or once a day check /etc and subdirs, if contain files that have
been changes since last time would be better...
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