When sh is a symlink to bash or dash, bash limits itself to POSIX-compliance, so it should be 100% compatible with sh?
From Difference between bash and sh: ABck to the question: If you have /bin/sh as a link to bash, then bash will not behave the same when called as /bin/sh as it does when called as /bin/bash. ...
I always thought that the only benefit of using dash instead of bash was that dash was smaller, and therefore many instances of dash would start faster at boot time. But I have done some research, ...
In bash: $ type : : is a shell builtin $ type true true is a shell builtin Looks like they are the same, but they don't give the same system trace: $ strace : strace: :: command not found $ strace ...
Calling bash from sh (dash) with commands read from args, and “Unterminated quoted string”/“unexpected EOF”
Just thought I'd document this: I'm trying something very simple - set env variable in bash, and print it out: $ bash -c "a=1; echo a$a;" a $ bash -c "a=1; echo a\$a;" a1 Now I'd want this same ...
I prefer to do my sh commands in shorthand, And I prefer to be in POSIX. Truthfully, if the script can run on Dash, that is good enough. Which means using the test command [, not the extended [[. I ...
I'm using Ubuntu 14.04.02 32bit. On doing some shell programming, I found out that running the script through the sh command sometimes cause errors. Is it because the sh command is invoking the ...