Re: *** GMX Spamverdacht *** Re: [Way OT] "#!/bin/bash" changes working directory
> --- Ursprüngliche Nachricht ---
> That's how the script is right now. I thought it would be nice to use
> a few extra features of bash, changed the first line and found this
> "change of directory" problem... I thought it was funny, since in the
> Linux machines (where I had that problem) /bin/sh is a link to
> /bin/bash, so I was expecting to see no difference with the change...
/bin/sh exists for compatability with the legacy Bourne shell and does
not provide bash-specific features. In APP 1 I had a ~bash_cmd_rc file
with some output in the BASH_ENV, and it is ignored by /bin/sh, even
if /bin/sh is a softlink to /bin/bash on my machine.
Having a softlink or several softlinks to the same executable is quite a
common pattern in Unix. Every binary can read the name under which it was
executed and make decisions on that. You can also use that in
shellscripts (APP 2) where the $0 contains the name of the script.
roland@knoppix:/usr/local/home/roland_NEW$ BASH_ENV=~/.bash_cmd_rc bash
-c 'echo MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM'
bash called ...
UID PID PPID C STIME TTY TIME CMD
roland 9658 9627 0 Jan05 pts/6 00:00:00 /bin/bash
roland 10411 9658 0 00:22 pts/6 00:00:00 bash -c echo
roland 10412 10411 0 00:22 pts/6 00:00:00 ps -f
roland@knoppix:/usr/local/home/roland_NEW$ BASH_ENV=~/.bash_cmd_rc sh -c
echo I was invoked as $0
if [ `basename $0` == "a" ]
elsif [ `basename $0` == "b" ]
echo Dont know
$ ln -s foo.sh a
$ ln -s foo.sh b
I was invoked as ./a
I was invoked as ./b
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