sh[it] and What am I missing here?
baho-utot at columbus.rr.com
Sun Jun 5 17:15:28 UTC 2016
On 06/05/16 12:31, David Christensen wrote:
> On 06/05/2016 08:38 AM, Baho Utot wrote:
>> root at baho-utot:~ # set
>> shell /bin/csh
>> tcsh 6.18.01
>> OK tcsh as I thought
>> OK switch shells
>> root at baho-utot:~ # /bin/sh
>> # set
>> Why is the SHELL variable still set to /bin/csh
> Because you are invoking a program (/bin/sh) and that program did not
> modify the SHELL environment variable.
> On 06/05/2016 09:15 AM, jd1008 wrote:
> > Do I understand correctly that you want bash to be your shell?
> > If so, you can run (as root), the command
> > chsh <username>
> Take a look at:
I understood that, But I do not want to change the default shell.
I only want to create a script ( sh script ) and run if from a clean
machine with just base install nothing else and then run my sh script to
build some ports. That's were the trouble lies. ie functions not
returning status for example:
chmod +x test.sh
echo "Yep it's me"
if [ func ] ; then # if [ 1 = func ] or if [ 1 -eq func
] doesn't work either
echo "This works"
[: func: unexpected operator
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