where is /bin/sh?

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Ddartagnan

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i'm looking up the GNU sh source code.
I didn't find it in the GNU software directory.
Could u please tell me where can i get it?
Thanks a lot^_^
 


D

Ddartagnan

Guest
i'm looking up the GNU sh source code.
I didn't find it in the GNU software directory.
Could u please tell me where can i get it?
Thanks a lot^_^
BTW, is there any good books or materials talking about how does the shell work and interact with kernel once the operating system has been started? thank u
 
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rstanley

Guest
i'm looking up the GNU sh source code.
I didn't find it in the GNU software directory.
Could u please tell me where can i get it?
Thanks a lot^_^
"sh" is usually a softlink to /bin/bash or /bin/dash, an alternative to bash.

The source is available through the git version control system at bash, or dash.
BTW, is there any good books or materials talking about how does the shell work and interact with kernel once the operating system has been started? thank
That is a very complicated question, and yes, there is a TON of information available in Linux Kernel Documentation, Linux Documentation Project, Linux Kernel Newbies, and so many other sources listed in these links and others.

Good luck!
 
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Ddartagnan

Guest
"sh" is usually a softlink to /bin/bash or /bin/dash, an alternative to bash.

The source is available through the git version control system at bash, or dash.

That is a very complicated question, and yes, there is a TON of information available in Linux Kernel Documentation, Linux Documentation Project, Linux Kernel Newbies, and so many other sources listed in these links and others.

Good luck!
Thank u very much!!!
 
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