Re: Password file with over 3000 users.
> On Sep 21, 2007, at 5:12 PM, Stephen Gran wrote:
> >This is only true if the shebang is /bin/sh - you are of course
> >free to
> >write maintainer scripts with /bin/bash as the shebang, just as your
> >free to write perl scripts for your maintainer scripts. That being
> >said, there is a push for dash to replace bash as the dfeault
> >non-interactive shell for lenny.
On 22.09.07 07:06, Nate Duehr wrote:
> Why? Just to be annoyingly different from every other distro
> (again)? Or is there a very compelling technical reason?
I don't think it's annoying. I feel annoyed bu many distros expecting
/bin/sh to be bash, bringing up meny incompatibilities with FreeBSD and
Solaris. I'm for complete replacing of bash with dash, making dash essential
(and bash not essential) and I've used dash (and ash, which was its previous
name) since I've found it in debian distribution...
I think that bash is bloatware.
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