Correct me if I'm wrong:
- "sh" script != "bash" script
- Linux script are written in Bash
- Bash script usually
- In GNU/Linux,
- In FreeBSD,
/bin/shis not bash, it's the true
So if I want to use a Linux script in FreeBSD, and I run
./script.sh in the shell, it will run the Bash script in "sh" and not Bash, since
/bin/sh in FreeBSD is not Bash.
Is there a way I could run those Bash scripts, without modifying it? So no modification to the
#!/bin/sh statement in the script file to point somewhere else?
I would like to run Bash script trough Zsh, if possible. Don't want to install Bash, and since Zsh can run Bash scripts...