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Re: /bin/sh diversions

Pierre Habouzit wrote:
>   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.
>   In fact what happens currently with bash/dash is fine, just with
> /bin/sh being dash instead of bash for new installations.

dash already uses debconf to manage the /bin/sh symlink. It has since
2002, so I don't know what your concern is with using debconf there.

see shy jo

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