Re: rm - Arguments too long
From: Barbie LeVile (barbie_at_toppoint.de)
Date: Fri, 25 Apr 2003 17:59:19 +0200
On 25 Apr 2003 10:52:03 -0400
Dragan Cvetkovic <d1r2a3g4a5n.NOSPAM@SPAM.t6h7t.net> wrote:
> K Stahl <email@example.com> writes:
> > I once had someone who had recently graduated from college
> > come to me and ask that I set csh as their default shell on
> > a Solaris machine. The gist of my response was that if they
> > were going to work on the Unix machines in my lab they would
> > learn to use Korn shell or they could limit their work to
> > PCs.
> I consider this too harsh. For example, I use csh (or rather tcsh) as my
> login shell, but I write all my shell scripts in [k]sh. I am sure a lot of
> other people do the same.
Yes, thats the exact way i'm doing it, tcsh as login shell, sh for
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