Re: shells present on an LSB system
On Wed, 9 Dec 1998, Alan Cox wrote:
> > And then there is the issue of referencing a /bin/sh standard. If not
> > POSIX, then a predecessor. Maybe the XPG3 Shell specifcation, as
> > suggested by Andrew Josey.
> > I'd like us to specify POSIX.2 in the draft for now.
> Definitely - but why call it /bin/sh ?
Think of it as source compatability with other UNIX systems.
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