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Re: /bin/sh diversions

> Indeed, since #!/bin/sh scripts must not use non-POSIX features.
> Nevertheless, it _is_ possible to change /bin/sh.

.. and if the user changes the /bin/sh link, it is not the distributions
fault if things break. On the other side, it's probably morea easy for
users and less error-prone if there're sane alternatives provided.



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