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Re: FAQ ??

Marcus Brinkmann wrote:

> > No bash is automaticly lauch on boot and some system environment values
> > are not set ($HOME) How to do this ..
> /bin/sh is loaded by default at boot time (in single user). this is usually
> a symlnk to /bin/bash.

I get in multi user a  (no -s option)
sh-version > logout
here is a cat of /etc/motd
login> login root

> > ps command is not working on my system .. quite problematic ..
> Make sure you use the "ps" in the Hurd package, it should work.

I use the snapshot of the 19990104 without any additrion for the moment
I launch ps and  get nothing  as output but the command is launched


  Today's thinking : I'am not able to think Today .. (Recursively)

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