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The Dash shell, a POSIX-compliant derivative of the Almquist shell used as /bin/sh in Debian, Ubuntu and other Linux distributions

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, even if on that distro, bin/sh is a symlink to another shell, like dash or bash, it should be 100% compatible with the bourne shell, since it limit itself to a limited set of extension? So I could …
asked Aug 6 '12 by user1115057
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I wanted to know whether scripts written for dash, ash, and sh are 100% compatible? Are there any added features to dash or ash, or syntax change? From what I heard, ash is a direct descendant of sh. …
asked Aug 7 '12 by user1115057