Make error in glibc
bruce.dubbs at gmail.com
Wed May 5 13:57:45 PDT 2010
Mike McCarty wrote:
> Rather than try to figure out what packages actually require
> bash features, and contact their maintainers, and then hope to
> get fixes in place, they have chosen simply to say "make
> /bin/sh point to a copy of bash".
Actually, the last time I checked, one of the main packages that have
the problem is glibc and it has been brought up. In the past they
refused to change, although they only need to change
I don't know if this is the current status or not, however, there is
really no advantage in not using bash. After all, it's the only shell
available after you chroot.
I really don't understand why some distros use dash. Yes, dash is
smaller and faster, but although the differences are measurable, they
are not discernible to the user.
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