On Wed, 24 Mar 2010, Stephan Kulow wrote:
I think we're green here. If we agree that
changing complex scripts to
/bin/bash is a valid option, we should extend the rpmlint check with
a _HUGE_ white list that lower the score and then make it fatal error
to introduce new /bin/sh scripts that do not pass dash -n.
Even when the script comes from upstream? I'm not thrilled about that
idea. Warning, okay, fatal error is too harsh IMO.
Of course the white list scripts still create a
warning in the logs.
And then $Guido can work on fixing up the current
scripts, I already
identified quite some init scripts that are easy to change or need bash.
Still I managed to boot with /bin/sh -> dash and you won't believe it, but:
You're right, I don't believe you :) Repeat it ten times and I bet you
get numbers between 38 and 43 seconds, you know that ;-)
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