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Re: Proposed new POSIX sh policy

> > 1. /bin/sh can be a symbolic link to any shell.
> This can't be right.  For example, it obviously can't be a link
> to /bin/csh.
Ok. In accordance with this proposal, this means: /bin/csh will not be
in the list of standard /bin/shells. And if a call to the interface of the
standardshell package is made on a machine, where /bin/sh is a link to
/bin/csh (which is for now impossible), anyway, then this interface should
return: "No standard shell installed".


Matthias Beier


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