Re: ash vs. bash
> Cool. Well, I had another testimonial off-list by Steve Lamb, who uses
> ash as his /bin/sh.
> Anyone think of a reason why we shouldn't make this policy (does it have
> to be policy, or can we just do it?)
What needs to happen is that bash's package protect the existing /bin/sh. If
you link /bin/sh -> /bin/ash and update bash, it will become a link to bash
again. This is a posted bug on bash which has yet to be fixed.
if ! -e /bin/sh
ln -s /bin/sh /bin/bash