Re: /bin/sh diversions
* Pierre Habouzit [Wed, 01 Aug 2007 22:30:34 +0200]:
> > > Then he'll be able to move /bin/sh symlink on bash if he wants to.
> > Right. Hence that's the point for the user to change /bin/sh. :)
> > I have no problem with dash being the default. I was just defending our
> > committment to let the user change /bin/sh if they want to.
> Yes, I never thought we were about to remove the fact that /bin/sh was
> a symlink that the user could be able to change whenever he wants. I
> don't think debconf questions or alike are wise FWIW though.
So how will be that achieved in a way that's persistant across upgrades,
if both debconf and alternatives are being rejected?
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