bash has an internal command called
kill, and also in Linux, there is an external command (program) called
When I execute
bash, the internal command
kill is executed.
I have two questions:
- Is there a setting that I can change to make the external command be executed instead of the internal command by default (without specifying the full path of the external command of course).
- Is it a standard behavior for the internal command to be executed
instead of the external command by default in all (major) shells, or is it just