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Questions about shell scripts, executable files that are interpreted by a shell (bash, zsh, etc.).

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Correct me if I'm wrong: "sh" script != "bash" script Linux script are written in Bash Bash script usually #!/bin/sh In GNU/Linux, /bin/sh is Bash In FreeBSD, /bin/sh is not bash, it's the true sh …
asked Aug 5 '12 by user1115057
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How can I find out whether a script is written in bash or sh? The first line of the script is not helpful here, since on Linux, bash scripts have this line: #!bin/sh Actually, there are many distrib …
asked Aug 6 '12 by user1115057
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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. Whe …
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