- From: Linønut <linønut@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 03 Dec 2005 11:24:00 -0600
This is a (perhaps dumb) question from a Solaris noob.
I use bash, primarily, but the default on Solaris is sh.
When writing scripts on Solaris, is it considered desirable to write it
for the lowest-common-denominator shell (which I assume is sh)?
Or is it acceptable to include a "#!/usr/bin/bash" at the beginning of
Finally, when writing a GNU-style autoconf project, is it better to use
a "bootstrap" script, or to use GNU autoreconf? (I'm currently doing
Thanks in advance.