Re: Changing the default simlink to sh [was: Password file with over 3000 users.]
## Matus UHLAR - fantomas (email@example.com):
> > He can call the SPECIFIC shell he wants, and not use /bin/sh.
> the /bin/sh is SPECIFIC. It's standard bourne shell, which bash is not 100%
> compatible with.
In fact, it's not that simple. It's "mostly some variant of bourne shell
and sometimes a korn shell (88-variant) or something else bourne-compatible"
(for varying levels of "compatible"). The following page has some (slightly
outdated) information: http://www.in-ulm.de/~mascheck/various/shells/
Better stick with "the linux way" and bash, just to not add further