Yamaban <foerster(a)lisas.de> wrote:
If a script still works with "/bin/sh ->
bash", do the test again,
with "/bin/sh -> ash", as not even zsh, nor (t)csh are disabling all
the "extras" when called as /bin/sh .
If you link /bin/sh to (t)csh, you will definitely break your system as csh is
not Shell compatible at all.
The other shells are more or less compatible.... and it is good practice to
write scripts to be compatible to the Bourne Shell to avoid to depend on other
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