I am finally abandonning my fifteen-year-old computer and Lenny
for a six (?) year old used Gateway 2802 (as a Bad Consumer
(tm) I never buy anything new if I can avoid it) and, right now,
it has a start at Wheezy on it.
I happened to read on another list, and then verified for myself,
that /bin/sh is now a link to dash, instead of bash.
sudo rm sh; ln -s bash sh
will I break a bunch of stuff?
I have a bunch of scripts
(ls -1 ~/bin | wc
138 139 1302)
with the first line #!/bin/sh that use bashisms, and the above
would be a lot easier than editing each one (of course, maybe
just editing each one would be easier than doing this ;-) ).
Dave Williams In order to save you from the terrorists, we
firstname.lastname@example.org need to find out about your sex life. And we've
got the technology to do it!
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