Re: Several reason a minimal POSIX /bin/bash is a bad idea
>>"Clint" == Clint Adams <email@example.com> writes:
>> Bash already runs a restricted mode when called as sh, and since it is
>> already in use on a Debian system, why add more load to memory by adding
>> another, more restrictive sh just for shell scripts?
Clint> Already in use? There are presently no instances of bash
Clint> running on my system, and the only script I can find which
Clint> uses bash is /etc/init.d/rc.
Then you are not running Debian (Essential, required
package). If I were a conspiracy theorist, this is the time to accuse
you of trying to sabotage Debian by making us change our shell.
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