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Re: ash vs. bash

On Sat, Jul 24, 1999 at 07:30:58PM -0400, Michael Stone wrote:
 >No. It is enough that /bin/sh exists; there is no reason for bash to go
 >messing with it. If I change it, the system should assume that I know
 >what I'm doing and shouldn't second guess me.

Hmm ... I see your point and I think you are right. If /bin/sh already exists
it should be left alone, and this could be the easiest way out.

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