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Re: [vox-tech] Installing ksh
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Re: [vox-tech] Installing ksh

In my real life I'm an Oracle DBA, I go from company to company.  I've never
come in contact with a linux box, in the for profit world (maybe I haven't
been around enough).  From the standpoint of running Oracle, most companies
have HP, Sun, IBM some NT/2000, a smattering of VMS and Novell.  Currently
I'm on HP.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Peter Jay Salzman" <p@dirac.org>
To: <vox-tech@franz.mother.com>
Sent: Thursday, April 19, 2001 5:50 PM
Subject: Re: [vox-tech] Installing ksh

> On Thu 19 Apr 01,  5:31 PM, Jay Strauss said:
> > I overreacted, I "installed it" but the last step doesn't make sense.
> > only reason I'd like it is that most companies I go into have ksh, but
> > bash (many sysadmins don't want to be bothered with me asking for bash).
> really?  so i take it these are non-linux systems.
> come to think of it, there MUST be a linux tool to change your default
> without invoking rootly powers.  something so you don't have to go editing
> passwd for every joe blow who wants to login using csh rather than
> bash.
> imho, that should go under "user configurable", not "ask the sysadmin for
> permission".
> > Just recently: ksh is free, freely distributable, and the source is
> > published.  check out www.kornshell.com
> ahhh!  very good!  before i knew about linux, i used ksh.  very cool
> i'm very glad to hear it has been open sourced.
> thanks for the info, jay.
> p

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