Re: No benefit for running sash as root shell?
> Ok, next question:
> Should I rip out the sash postinst support for changing root's shell
> to sash?
> I can't see any benefit to this, and it's an extra question at install
I can - my bash libraries got screwed, so I could only log in as root
(which was using sash) - the only reason I have sash installed is so that
root can log in if bash's libraries get corrupted/updated incorrectly.
Elen sila lumenn' omentielvo
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Selwyn College Computer Support