Message from discussion Good ideas what Sun could do but won't be done until h*ll freezes / was: Re: How to make a file immutable in Solaris?
From: j...@cs.tu-berlin.de (Joerg Schilling)
Subject: Re: Good ideas what Sun could do but won't be done until h*ll freezes / was: Re: How to make a file immutable in Solaris?
Date: 9 Jan 2005 21:36:34 GMT
Organization: Technische Universitaet Berlin, Deutschland
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In article <crs5sd$dr...@agate.berkeley.edu>,
Alan Coopersmith <al...@alum.calberkeley.org> wrote:
>"Vlad Grama" <vgr...@gmail.com> writes in comp.unix.solaris:
>|A nice feature would be to have Bash integrated. All Linux users know
>|it. And although one can easily install bash on Solaris, it can't be
>|used as a profile shell. I asked about this on blogs.sun.com and they
>|said they would think about it..
>|What do you think ? Would you consider including Bash as a standard
>|Solaris shell a good thing (if not for yourself, to encourage Solaris
>|adoption by users who use this shell) ?
>bash has been included in Solaris since Solaris 8. (Not that it helps
>with the profile part.)
I believe that it was a good idea to include bash. Making it the default shell
is a bad idea as bash has a lot of nasty bugs.
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