Re: shells present on an LSB system
Andrew Josey <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Not sure if you made a typo there, but Solaris places their XPG4
> (aka POSIX.2 / aka UNIX 95 / aka UNIX 98) shell in /usr/xpg4.
You provided the information I was seeking anyway.
If we decide that /bin/sh is an XPG3 shell, then we need to decide
where the POSIX confirming shell will be placed. The options include:
/bin/posixsh (or another name, would be ugly if used for more programs)
Or both the first option and one of the following options.
Using /opt would imply that the POSIX execution environment is an
add-on package, which would probably be a bad idea in the long run.